On Saturday 29th April 2017 Oban Airport will be hosting its annual emergency exercise resulting in a number of additional emergency service vehicles and personnel being in attendance from various agencies including Police Scotland, Scottish Ambulance Service, Scottish Fire and Rescue, Maritime and Coastguard Agency, RNLI. The exercise is designed to test the airport response and interoperability with other emergency services
Many thanks to all applicants who have applied for the Airport Firefighter / Aerodrome Flight Information Services Officer vacancy at Oban Airport. All submissions are now being evaluated and applicants will be notified the outcome in due course.
Following a recent Runway Incursion by a vehicle all Airport users are reminded that during operational hours ALL ground movement of aircraft and All ground movement of vehicles on the manoeuvring area are under the instruction of the duty AFISO. If no instruction and confirmation readback is received do not carry out any manoeuvre until instructed by the
Happy to report that following our recent IT upgrade the airport webcam and terminal WiFi are both back in service. We appreciate your patience and apologise for any inconvenience during the short outage and look forward to the increased capacity and reliability it will bring.