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How to get here by air ...

Shoreham Airport

Adur and Worthing are directly served by Shoreham Airport,also known as 'Shoreham (Brighton City) Airport', which is situated right in the heart of the Adur District next to the River Adur. It provides flights to and from Western Europe and the Channel Islands.

Shoreham Airport is the oldest licensed airfield in the UK and has a Grade II listed Art Deco style Terminal Building.

For more information see the Shoreham (Brighton City) Airport website.

Other major airports

Alternatively Adur and Worthing are approximately:

  • 35 miles from Gatwick Airport
  • 60 miles from Southampton Airport
  • 70 miles from Heathrow Airport
  • 85 miles from Bournemouth Airport
  • 100 miles from Stansted Airport
  • 100 miles from Luton Airport

All have good train and coach services to link you to the Adur and Worthing area.

British airport external websites:

For more information on the major airports around the UK see also:

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