Black Oystercatcher Runway
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Fly in to the Black Oystercatcher
Come enjoy lunch at the Black Oystercatcher Restaurant, or stay over at our four self-catering Cottages.
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BLACK OYSTERCATCHER RUNWAY
Magnetic deviation: 25 deg west
Elevation: 45ft Runways: 14/32, 1000mx30m (3300ft)
Radio: Overberg Tower 119.80
Notes: Airfield inside FAR 147 Confirm condition of runway. Contact operator. No fuel.
Operator: Dirk Human: 082 779 5439
High ground with telephone lines on runway 14 approach. Slippery when wet. Farm animals.
Three hundred and forty-five years ago, around 40 shipwreck survivors stumbled upon the waterscapes centrepiece of the Agulhas Plain.
Our restaurant became a ‘plane-spotting’ hub for a day. Twelve airplanes joined us for lunch at the Black Oystercatcher on Saturday (17 March).
The Nuwejaars River connects the intricate Nuwejaars wetland ecosystem. And there are a host of reasons …
What happens at an aircraft Fly-In Lunch?
Our restaurant became a ‘plane-spotting’ hub for a day
Twelve airplanes joined us for lunch at the Black Oystercatcher on Saturday (17 March). They were members of the Stellenbosch Flying Club. We partnered with the club to host a Black Oystercatcher Fly-In Lunch. Our runway was filled with Savannahs, Jora aircraft and RV’s. The planes landed right in front of the restaurant, with patrons able to watch the pilots land and take off again a few hours later. Read more
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