Doncaster Robin Hood Airport
Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield is an international airport located at the former RAF airbase at Finningley in Doncaster. The airport is operated by Peel Airports and also allows flights for the public transport of passengers or for flying instruction. The name is now often simply referred to on travel websites and on other literature as Doncaster/Sheffield Airport or Doncaster Airport, even though the official name is Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield. The airport has one runway.
Doncaster has a whole host of attractions that are well worth a visit,including the 'Best Market' in Britain, historic houses and ancient monuments, and is now the home of the last flying Vulcan cold war bomber aircraft HX558. Doncaster, in South Yorkshire, is a large town and centre of population. It has plenty of shops, restaurants, hotels and accommodation. If historic buildings are your 'scene' then Doncaster has just what you're looking for with Conisbrough Castle, Brodsworth Hall, and Cusworth Hall Museum and Country Park all within the Borough. Doncaster's latest visitor attraction the Yorkshire Wildlife Park which is the first walk-through safari experience is certainly worth a visit.