The aerodrome boundary for licensing purposes should not be confused with boundaries established for other purposes,
such as the operational boundaries used by local planning authorities.
These other boundaries may be coincident either in whole or in part with the aerodrome licence boundary, but there
is no requirement for them to be so. The map forming Schedule 1 to the aerodrome licence shows the boundary of the area
of the aerodrome set aside for the movement of aircraft requiring the use of a licensed aerodrome. This is the area
that will be audited by the CAA's Aerodrome Oversight Inspectors, and is also the boundary of the area referred to in
Condition 3 of the aerodrome licence.
Ordinary licences and boundary maps
Public licences and boundary maps
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