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London City Airport

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EGLC
Airport
ICAO: EGLC – IATA: LCY
Summary
Name London City Airport
Region Europe
Territory United Kingdom GB.gif
Location Silvertown, England
Serving London
Elevation 5.791 m
19 ft5.791 m
Coordinates 51° 30' 18.33" N, 0° 3' 17.34" E
Runways
Designator Length Width Surface ROPS
10/28 1508 m4,947.507 ft
30 m98.425 ft
CON no/no


METAR
Observation EGLC 221820Z AUTO 24005KT 200V260 9999 FEW040 13/11 Q1010
Station London City Airport
Date/Time 22 October 2020 18:20:00
Wind direction 240°
Wind speed 05 kts
Lowest cloud amount few clouds
Temperature 13°C
Dew point 11°C
Humidity 87%
QNH 1010 hPa
Weather condition n/a

London City Airport

ICAO: EGLC IATA: LCY

Description

Airport serving the City of London and the business district of Canary Wharf in London's Docklands.

Climatology

Temperate Marine climate/Oceanic climate (Köppen climate classification Cfb). Moderately cool summer and comparatively warm winter with a temperature range of only 14°C57.2 °F
287.15 K
516.87 °R
. Prevailing south-westerly winds from the Atlantic Ocean.

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Accidents & Serious Incidents at or in vicinity of EGLC

  • C525 / B773, vicinity London City UK, 2009 (On 27 July 2009, a Cessna 525 departing from London City failed to comply with the initial 3000 feet QNH SID Stop altitude and at 4000 feet QNH in day VMC came into close proximity on an almost reciprocal heading with a Boeing 777-300ER. The 777, on which line training was being conducted, failed to follow any of the three TCAS RAs generated. Actual minimum separation was approximately 0.5nm laterally and estimated at between 100 feet and 200 feet vertically. It was noted that the Cessna had been given a stepped climb SID.)
  • D328 / SB20, London City UK, 1999 (On 15 April 1999, a Dornier 328 crossed the holding point while a Saab 2000 was decelerating after landing on the same runway and the separation between the two aircraft was reduced to 10 meters as the landing aircraft passed. The runway incursion was subsequently attributed to distraction.)
  • FA50, vicinity London City UK, 2010 (On 21 January 2010, a Mystere Falcon 50 being operated by TAG Aviation on a positioning flight from Biggin Hill to London City in day VMC began a descent at a high rate below its cleared altitude of 2000 ft amsl because the aircraft commander believed, on the basis of external visual cues, that the aircraft was on a final approach track for Runway 27 at destination when in fact it was downwind for Runway 09. After an alert from ATC as the aircraft passed 900 ft agl at a rate of descent of approximately 2200 fpm, recovery to a normal landing on Runway 09 was achieved.)
  • FA7X, London City UK, 2016 (On 24 November 2016, a Dassault Falcon 7X being marshalled into an unmarked parking position after arriving at London City Airport was inadvertently directed into a collision with another crewed but stationary aircraft which sustained significant damage. The Investigation found that the apron involved had been congested and that the aircraft was being marshalled in accordance with airport procedures with wing walker assistance but a sharp corrective turn which created a 'wing growth' effect created a collision risk that was signalled at the last minute and incorrectly so by the wing walker involved and was also not seen by the marshaller.)
  • RJ85 / RJ1H, London City Airport, London UK, 2008 (On 21 April 2008, an Avro RJ85 aircraft was parked on Stand 10 at London City Airport, with an Avro RJ100 parked to its left, on the adjacent Stand 11. After being repositioned by a tug, the RJ85 taxied forward and to the right, its tail contacting the tail of the RJ100 and causing minor damage to the RJ100’s right elevator.)