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Cumbernauld Airport - EGPG
Scotland

Cumbernauld Airport (EGPG) is located 16 nautical miles (29.6 km) NorthEast of Glasgow, Scotland. The airport is primarily used for the training of fixed wing and rotary wing pilots, it also featuress an aircraft maintenance facility.


Cumbernauld Airport has a CAA Ordinary Licence that allows flights for the public transport of passengers or for flying instruction as authorised by the licensee, Cormack Aircraft Services Limited.

The airport was opened by the Cumbernauld Development Corpororation in the late 1980s. Before the airport was constructed there was a grass strip in use on the same site.

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