Farnborough Airport (ICAO:EGLF, IATA: FAB) is an business general aviation coving 770 acres in Farnborough, Hampshire, England. The airport offers an executive terminal service and is the only airport within commuting distance to London that caters exclusively for private aircraft, with two runways for take off and landing. Farnborough's busiest day in 2018 was the 25th May with 180 departures and arrivals.
Farnborough Airport is located only 64 km southwest from London city centre, an hour and a half drive or 30 minutes via train.
Farnborough Airport was the location for the first powered flight in Britain on 16th October 1908. Nowadays it's top destinations include France, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Germany and the United States as well across the United Kingdom. It's most active private aircraft include the Cessna Citation Excel/XLS, Global Express, Challenger 300 series and the Dassault-Falcon 2000. Every year there are around 14000 departures and arrivals, totalling around 28000 movements. It has a total of 818 airport connections, with 77 across the UK, 409 in Europe and 332 outside Europe. Paris Le Bourget, Nice Cote d'Azur and Geneva are amongst its most popular airport connections.