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Directions to us by road - Lat/Long: 53.46896563124378  -0.9422667871581325

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Directions to us by Air

Visitors arriving by air to the UK will arrive at one of the following airports.

The travelling distance and average time by road from each airport is shown below:-

  • Doncaster Robin Hood Airport - 4 miles (.10mins)
  • East Midlands Airport - 65.8 miles (1hr .20 mins)
  • Manchester Airport - 75.4 miles (1hr .44 mins)
  • Birmingham Airport - 101 miles (1hr .58mins)
  • Luton Airport - 152 miles (2hrs .44 mins)
  • London Heathrow - 181 miles (3hrs .11 mins)
  • Gatwick Airport - 217 miles (3hrs .47 mins)

If travelling to London's Heathrow Airport with the intention of travelling up to us by train then you will need to take the local Heathrow Express train from the terminal to London Kings Cross (see below for train details)

Directions to us by Train


Visitors arriving by train will come into Doncaster main train station from which they will need to obtain a taxi from directly outside.

Journey time to us is approximately .15 minutes (traffic permitting)

Train time from London Kings Cross Station 

There is a direct service (no changes) to Doncaster every hour - Journey time 1hr .50mins approx.

 

Directions to us by Helicopter


We do on occasion have customers arriving by helicopter so we have provided an aerial photo (below) to identify the grass area for landing.

All aircraft wishing to land must obtain permission from our office (01302 770485) and must make contact with Doncaster Robin Hood Airport's ATC prior to landing and lifting at/from our site.

 

Helicopter Landing Area

Latitude: 53.468914539799606 / Longitude: -0.9419234644042263

 

Radio Frequencies

Approach: 126.225
ATIS: 134.950
Fire: 121.600
Operations: 455.725
Radar: 126.225
Security: 455.650
Serviceair: 460.150
Tower: 128.775
Twr/Gnd: 455.562

 

 

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