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The On-Airport Short Stay Car Park is brand new for Summer 2014. 

It’s a couple of minutes walk to the terminal building and you really can’t park much closer.  As you would expect, our Short Stay Car Park is fully accredited with the Park Mark Award, awarded by the British Parking Association and we have 24/7 Security for your peace of mind.

This is the ideal choice if you’re heading away for a few days on business or perhaps heading to Belfast or the Isle of Man for a short break. It’s available to pre-book too and you always get our very best price by booking safely and securely, direct with Robin Hood Airport by clicking here.

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Up to 15 MinutesFREE
Up to 30 Minutes£2.00
Up to 60 Minutes £4.00
Up to 2 Hours £6.00
Up to 3 Hours£8.00
Up to 4 Hours£10.00
Up to 8 Hours£15.00
Up to 12 Hours£20.00
Up to 18 Hours£25.00
Up to 24 Hours£30.00
2 Days £50.00
3 Days£60.00
4 Days£70.00
5 Days£80.00
6 Days£90.00
Extra Day (or part) thereafter£10.00

 

Engineering Manager 

Salary circa up to 40k, plus benefits (dependent on experience)

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield, part of Peel Airports has an excellent opportunity for an individual to join a fast moving and challenging industry, at an exciting time of the Airport’s development.

The Role:

Based at Doncaster Sheffield Airport and reporting to the Head of Terminal Services & Security, you will lead a team of engineering staff, ensuring compliance with all relevant statutory documentation; equipment tests and Airport Company Procedures.   

You will also be responsible for the safety and management of sub-contractors through proactive management and in line with H&S and safe systems of work.

You will have responsibility for budgetary control, including all capital expenditure projects, ensuring costs are minimized and operational performance is maximized for engineering services across the Airport site. 

You will lead on a number of Airport projects to completion, including the area of energy management.   

You will ensure infrastructure meets customer expectations and the operational management of the Waste Water Treatment plant.

The successful candidate will: 

• Have a time served fully apprenticeship (or equivalent) in an electrical engineering discipline

• Ideally have relevant experience within the Aviation industry 

• Ability to manage a preventative and reliability maintenance programme 

• HNC qualified or equivalent in an engineering discipline 

• Working knowledge of an Airport’s electrical and electronic systems

• Previous experience  of managing multi-skilled engineers

• Be results focused who strives to achieve improvements in a proactive manner

• Proven competency of successfully delivering Capex projects

• Project management skills to implement improvements in accordance with agreed schedule and budget

• Ability to motivate, be a good communicator, IT competent and strong interpersonal skills

• Flexible attitude to work and able to work under pressure 

You will also be required to complete a Criminal Records Check and a five year reference check.

To apply please send an up-to-date CV and covering letter, to Human Resources Department, Peel Airports Management, Heyford House, First Avenue, Doncaster, DN9 3RH, or, e-mail recruitment@peelairports.com; contact number 01302 801025.   Closing date 9 June 2014.

 

ICT Support Technician 

(Salary circa 19k + Call Out plus contributory pension)

Peel Airports (Doncaster Sheffield and Durham Tees Valley Airports) has an excellent opportunity for an individual to join an exciting and challenging industry within a position where no two days will be same.   

The Role:

Based at Doncaster Sheffield Airport and reporting to the Systems Engineer, you will provide 1st and 2nd line support to both internal and external staff throughout the business.  It’s a very hands on role, responsible for but not limited to assisting with PC, Server, networking and rectifying hardware and software issues, installing PCs and peripheral equipment and ensuring backup procedures are adhered to.  You will also assist users with application familiarity as well as providing user support of business critical software applications.  Support will be will provided over the telephone, remote desktop or if necessary visiting the users workstation, and where necessary travel to Durham Tees Valley Airport.

The successful candidate will: 

Have BTEC National Diploma Level 3 in IT or equivalent 

Have confidence, energy, passion, and drive 

Be able to demonstrate a competency and knowledge of the provision and support of ICT infrastructure.

Have excellent organisational skills and able to work under pressure

Be a good communicator and relationship-builder 

Be able to deliver high quality support across a range of ICT areas both on-site and remotely

Be able to prioritise user problems dependant on urgency

Have a flexible attitude to working hours

Hold a valid UK driving licence

It is expected that the applicants will have experience in:

Microsoft Windows Environments – Server and desktop

Desktop operating systems, supporting networks and associated hardware

General IT hardware repairs and installation of workstations will be required therefore occasional manual work will be involved

You will also be required to complete a Criminal Records Check and a five year reference check.

To apply please send an up-to-date CV and covering letter, to Human Resources Department, Peel Airports Management, Heyford House, First Avenue, Doncaster, DN9 3RH, or, e-mail recruitment@peelairports.com; contact number 01302 801025.   Closing date: 23 May 2014.

 

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​This page includes the latest up to date documents relating to Airport Operations at Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield.

Please select the document you would like to view.

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield is part of Peel Airports, which also includes Durham Tees Valley Airport.

Details of current vacancies for Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield can be found on this page when vacancies are available.

Alternatively, if you’re looking for work across the wider airport group and are in a position to commute or relocate, you may find other vacancies of interest on the Durham Tees Valley Airport website.

Competition Terms and Conditions

1. General

1.1. The prize winner will be selected at random from all qualifying entries and the prize winner will be notified, by post and/or email, no later than 30th April 2014. 

1.2. It is the entrant’s responsibility to ensure that the correct email and postal address is submitted at time of entry.

1.3. The competition is open to persons aged 18 or over.

1.4. The competition is open from 13th March 2014 until 11th April 2014. 

1.5. Only one entry per person will be accepted.

1.6. The prize is not transferable.

1.7. The competition is not open to employees of Doncaster Sheffield Airport Ltd, or Peel Airports Management Ltd, or Balkan Holidays.

1.8. In the event of any dispute regarding the rules, conduct results and all other matters relating to the competition, the decision of Doncaster Sheffield Airport Ltd shall be final and no correspondence or discussion shall be entered into.

1.9. Doncaster Sheffield Airport Ltd reserves the right to disqualify any entrant if it has reasonable grounds to believe the entrant has breached any of the rules.

1.10. Doncaster Sheffield Airport Ltd, or Peel Airports Management Ltd, or Balkan Holidays may publish names, and/or towns of winners through its various media channels. By entering the competition, should you win, you agree to the use of your name and/or town for publicity purposes. The winner will also be required to attend a photo opportunity at Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield for publicity purposes.

1.11. The Holiday provided is for the Maximum total Value of £1,000.Any additional cost involved must be paid direct to Balkan Holidays. No cash alternative available. Subject to availability. The holiday must be taken departing from Doncaster Sheffield Airport and be taken in 2014. The prize winner will be notified by 30th April 2014 and the holiday must be confirmed by 31st May 2014.

1.12. The prize does not include transfers to or from Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield, or other holiday expenses, such as travel insurance or travel money, etc.

1.13. It is the prize winner’s responsibility to ensure that they have the necessary travel documents (passports, visa if required, etc).

2. Balkan Holidays Terms & Conditions

2.1. The Holiday must be booked before 31st May 2014.

2.2. Holidays are subject to availability at the time of booking. 

2.3. No cash equivalent or alternative prizes will be offered. 

2.4. The holiday must depart from Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield.

2.5. Click here to view Balkan Holidays full bookings Terms and Conditions. 

If you are selected as the winner we will contact you by email within 28 days of the competition closing date.

Good Luck!

Salary circa 20k per annum plus contributory pension scheme

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield is the newest UK airport.  Already established as a leading regional airport with brand new purpose built facilities and recently voted by Which? readers as UK’s Top Airport.

This is an excellent opportunity for an individual to build on their experience and to join the Airport Team based at Doncaster whilst also providing a service to Durham Tees Valley Airport.

Reporting to the Head of Aviation Development you will collate, analyse and monitor market demand, passenger statistics, competitors analysis and market intelligence to facilitate the preparation of business cases for new passenger, cargo and general aviation opportunities of the Airports.

The successful candidate will: 

  • Be educated to degree level in a related subject (preferably within Aviation) 
  • Have proven competency in collating, analysing and presenting data 
  • Be enthusiastic and passionate about the aviation industry 
  • Have advanced knowledge of MS Excel with strong analytical and numeracy skills
  • Be a good communicator at all levels both written and verbal
  • Be able to demonstrate excellent attention to detail, report writing and market research skills
  • Ideally have a working knowledge of market economics and the aviation industry 

A full UK driving licence is essential and you will be required to complete a Criminal Records Check and a five year reference check. 

If you believe that you have the drive, determination and flexibility to succeed in this role then send an up-to-date CV and covering letter, to Diane Bunting, Human Resources Advisor, Robin Hood Airport, Heyford House, First Avenue, Doncaster, DN9 3RH.

Alternatively you can e-mail recruitment@robinhoodairport.com or telephone 01302 801025.

 

This map shows where Robin Hood Airport is situated in relation to key towns and cities with an approximate drive time of 2 hours or less.

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Locally Robin Hood Airport can be accessed from both the A614 and A638 as shown in the local motorway network map.

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Associated documents for the Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield Master Plan are available for download below.

Master Plan

  • Pages 1-19:   Foreward, Chapter 1: Introduction, Chapter 2: Vision and Objectives
  • Pages 20-43:   Chapter 3: Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield Today
  • Pages 44-100:   Chapter 4: National, Regional and Local Policy Context, Chapter 5: Directions Finningley, Chapter 6: Forecasts for Future Growth to 2016 and 2030
  • Pages 101-138:   Chapter 7: Assessment of Development Options, Chapter 8: The Airport - Phased Growth to 2016 and 2030
  • Pages 139-174:   Chapter 9: Surface Access, Chapter 10: Economic and Social Considerations
  • Pages 175-201:   Chapter 11: Environmental Considerations (Part 1)
  • Pages 202-251:    Chapter 11: Environmental Consderations (Part 2), Chapter 12: Safeguarding, Risk Assessment and Compensation Issues, Chapter 13: Sustainability Appraisal, Glossary

Additional Documents

The aim at Robin Hood Airport is: “to ensure that the airport maximises the opportunities for sustainable and inclusive transport access for passengers and staff”

Sustainable transport includes the use of public transport, walking, cycling, car sharing and other innovative transport initiatives in an efficient and viable manner.

The Airport has implemented an Airport Surface Access Strategy (ASAS), a document to develop, implement and promote sustainable surface access for passengers and staff to the airport.  The model share targets within the ASAS are monitored by the Airport Transport Forum (ATF).

The ATF has three specific objectives which have been set out in the DfT’s Transport White Paper: “A New Deal for Transport: Better for Everyone”:

  1. To draw up and agree challenging short-term and long term targets for decreasing the proportion of journeys to the airport by private car, whilst increasing the share of journeys made by public transport/sustainable transport by air passenegers and employees.
  2. To devise a strategy for achieving targets, for incorporation in the Local Transport Plan and the Regional Transport Strategy.
  3. To oversee the implementation of the strategy.

In 2007, 7% of all passenger trips to and from the airport were made by sustainable modes of transport, which is encouraging from 3% in 2006.  The aim is to increase this to 20% by the end of 2015.

To download the Airport’s ASAS please click on the following link

Airport Surface Access Strategy

Robin Hood Airport manages all surface water and sewage generated on site at the purpose built Airport Water Treatment Works (WWTW).

The Pollution Control Monitoring System monitors all surface runoff water flows from operational areas for Total Organic Carbon (TOC) and Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD) levels at each of the flow diversion chambers.  Depending on the TOC and BOD levels the water is diverted to either the clean lagoon for discharge of the dirty water lagoon for treatment.  The Environment Agency has set discharge consent levels in respect of the quality of water discharge to Mosham Drain and Nursery Cottage Drain.

Fire Training Ground

The airport has a dedicated Fire Training Ground to stimulate emergency scenarios.  The Training Ground has a 100,000L catchment tank to capture foams and other substances used during training allowing any contaminated water to be dealt with appropriately.

Ground Water

The airport is located on the Sherwood Sandstone Aquifer and is therefore required to closely monitor groundwater quality.  The groundwater quality is monitored on a monthly basis via nine boreholes located on the airfield.  Before any potentially polluting activity can take place on the airfield the Airport Environment Manager is made aware to assess the substance and nature of the activity.

Grey Water Recycling 

The toilet flush system in the airport terminal is fed by a grey water harvesting system from surface runoff from the airport car park.  The system allows the airport to minimise water consumption and recycle water that would normally fall directly to the Airport WWTW.

Vortices are circulating currents of air caused by moving aircraft.  Most vortices are broken by the natural flow of air before they reach ground level however, sometimes they can reach roof level and cause tiles to slip.

Robin Hood Airport has a Vortex Damage Rectification Scheme for residents who have experienced vortex damage to their property.  Vortex damage to any property must be reported to the Airport Company immediately so an investigation can take place.  The airport is not liable for the vortex damage, as it is the airline operator which causes the damage.  This is governed by Section 76 (2) of the 1982 Civil Aviation Act. In such cases where it is not possible to identify the airline operator, the Airport Company will repair the damage as part of its commitment to the local community.

Robin Hood Airport implemented a Sound Insulation Grant Scheme (SIGS) for the opening of the Airport in 2005.  The scheme was launched with just over 50 properties in the scheme.  In 2007, the airport extended the scheme to incorporate a total of 247 properties, over and above what was required by the airport in the S106 Agreement.

A brochure is available which briefly explains the basis of SIGS.  You can download the SIGS brochure by clicking on the link below

Sound Insulation Grant Scheme

Should your residential property fall within the scheme you will be notified by the Airport Company.  We hope that having read this brochure, you will appreciate how the scheme may benefit you.

Should you have any immediate questions, please contact our Environment & Community Manager environment@robinhoodairport.com or call 0871 220 2210.

 

The airport manages waste on behalf of the airlines, terminal tenants and all other tenants on the airport site.  The airport has implemented recycling initiatives for glass with Biffa Waste Sevices and has developed a partnership with Doncaster Community Recycling Partnership (DCRP) to collect office white paper, plastic and aluminium.  The airport also separates and bales cardboard which is sold on the revenue is donated back to the Airport Community Investment Fund.  In 2008 we raised just over £500 from our cardboard recycling.

Robin Hood Airport acknowledges that noise remains the impact of greatest concern for local residents to Robin Hood Airport.  Robin Hood Airport have developed a Public Noise Complaints proceedure as approved by the Local Planning Authority to handle, monitor, investigate and report each complaint lodged by members of the public.

Lodging A Complaint

There is also a 24 hour answering service to lodge a complaint: 01302 623499, or alternatively write to:

Environment & Community Manager, Robin Hood Airport, Heyford House, First Avenue, Doncaster DN9 3RH

or email environment@robinhoodairport.com

Please leave your name and address followed by the date of the disturbance, time and any other information to assist the investigation.

Reporting

  1. The Environment and Community Manager will respond to the complaint in writing as soon as practical and within one month of the initial complaint being made, explaining the finding of the investigation and any actions taken.
  2. Monthly reports will be delivered to Doncaster Metropolitan Council and quarterly reports to the Noise Sub Commitee and Airport Consultative Comitee.  Also, a digest will be produced for the Community Sub Group.  The noise will also be reported in the Annual Report by Robin Hood Airport that is made publicly available. 

Noise Sanctions Scheme

Robin Hood Airport has implemented a Night Noise Sanctions Scheme as part of the Airport’s Quiet Operations Policy.  The scheme is designed to apply penalties to those operators whose aircraft when departing at the airport produce noise levels which are considered unreasonable having regard to the expected noise levels for that particular aircraft type.  The imposition of sanctions in the form of financial penalties is to encourage operators to ensure their aircraft are operated as quietly as reasonably possible, and to deter excessively noise movements.  Penalties generated from the scheme are donated to the Airport Community Investment Fund.

Noise & Track Keeping System

Robin Hood Airport have two fixed noise monitors located at Boston Park Farm to the north of the airfield and at the RAF Cadet Centre in Bawtry to the south.  The Track Keeping System combines the data from the two fixed noise monitors with radar data to accurately locate the flight path of aircraft and their noise level. 

The principle pollutants associated with the airport are:

  • Nitrogen oxides (NOx) (these give rise to nitrogen dioxide (NO2)
  • Fine airbourne particles (PM10)
  • Carbon Dioxide (CO2) (a greenhouse gas, but not significant on a local level)
  • Hydrocarbons (HCs)

The principal airport related sources of these pollutants are:

  • Aircraft engines, including auxiliary power units
  • Surface vehicles, both airside and landside
  • Ground support equipment
  • Power and heat generation plant

The airport continually monitors Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) levels using passive diffusion tubes from seven locations around the airport site and one site next to the Air Traffic Control Tower in partnership with Doncaster MBC.  The (NO2) levels in the vicinity of the airport are difficult to aportion solely to aircraft emmissions alone as (NO2) is comprised from other sources principally road traffic and other industrial activities.  The airport reports air quality levels to the Airport Consulatative Committee (ACC) on an annual basis in the ACC annual report, now named Corporate Social Responsibility Report.

Vehicle Emissions

There is a requirement for all airside vehicles to comply with MOT emissions standards under the Civil Aviation Publication 642 to qualify for an airside pass.  in addition to the regulations the airport has implemented an Air Quality Action Plan to minimise emissions.  The Action Plan sets out measures that will be employed to control the release of the above pollutants to mitigate the impact of the airport on air quality.

Last Call - Offset Your Carbon Emissions Now!

Robin Hood Airport and South Yorkshire Forest have joined together to give passengers the opportunity to contribute to their local environment and take a step towards off-setting the carbon emissions from their flight.

The new initiative know as ‘Last Call!’ provides passengers with the opportunity to contribute to their local environment before or after taking a flight from Robin Hood Airport by helping to plant trees in the nearby South Yorkshire Forest.

There are two ways in which passengers can support the scheme: either by donating money in the collection box which is located in the Departure Lounge or by contributing online at www.lastcall.org.uk

Robin Hood Airport, part of the Peel Airports Group, is the first UK Airport Group to instigate such a passenger Carbon Sequestration Scheme and is looking forward to a long-term sustainable partnership with South Yorkshire Forest that will allow the scheme to grow in future years to come.

Contributions made by passengers will go towards planting trees to help absorb some of the carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from their flight.  The Airport Company has also pledged to match passenger contributions made at the collection box, therefore doubling the amount going towards this worthy cause.

Visit www.lastcall.org.uk to make your donation

The focus of Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield’s Community Investment Fund, is to support projects that are aimed at community development, small scale regeneration, environmental improvement and improving education and sports facilities.

The Community Investment Fund was launched with an investment by Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield of £12,000. In addition to this, other environmental incomes, such as financial penalties levied on aircraft contravening the Noise Charging Policy, have been donated to the Fund.

Applications to the Fund are administered by the Environment & Community Manager, who then, after liaising with the Chair of the Community Sub Committee and the Chair of the Airport Consultative Committee, makes recommendations to the Airport Directors.

The Community Investment Fund is currently closed to new applications.

For more information, please email the Environment & Community Manager environment@robinhoodairport.com

Past initiatives that Robin Hood Airport’s Community Investment Fund has supported includes:-Blaxton Community Hall

  • The donation of funds to help improve access to Blaxton Village Hall.
  • The donation of the local community centre to Auckley Parish on a five year free lease.
  •  Providing free use of the chapel at the airport site to the Roman Catholic Church
  • Providing a local community agency with the appropriate professional advice on funding options to support their efforts to provide playing fields for the children of their village
  • Hayfield Green Residents Association. Contribution to website hosting for their youth link
  • Contribution to the annual Auckley Show and Gala
  • Contribution towards training ground hire charges and sponsorship of trophies for Branton Junior Football Club
  • Contribution of face painting, refreshments and prizes for the Cantley & Bessacarr Community Partnership Event

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield Chosen Charities 

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield is delighted to announce the Airport’s Chosen Charities for 2008 until 2010 are Sheffield Children’s Hospital, Macmillan, Yorkshire Air Ambulance and Bluebell Wood Children’s Hopsice

The Airport Company will support these four chosen charities through gifts-in-kind, donations and employee fundraising activities.

FIRE EXTINGUISHER SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE

Your fire extinguishers will need to be inspected and serviced annually by a competent person to ensure their viability in an emergency.

A visit from one of our FETA qualified Engineers will ensure that your equipment is maintained to BS5306 and ready for action when needed.

We can offer:

  • Routine Annual Service Agreement
  • One off visit to rectify problems
  • Fixed Price Service agreement for clients with 10 or more extinguishers

We offer Highly Competitive Rates!

More information Please contact:

 

FIRE RISK ASSESSMENTS

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 came into effect in October 2006 and replaced over 70 pieces of fire safety law.

The Order applies to all non-domestic premises in England and Wales, including the common parts of blocks of flats or houses in multiple occupation (HMOs).

The law applies to you if you are:

  • responsible for business premises
  • an employer or self-employed with business premises
  • responsible for a part of a dwelling where that part is solely used for business purposes
  • a charity or voluntary organisation
  • a contractor with a degree of control over any premises

Under the Order, the responsible person must carry out a fire safety risk assessment and implement and maintain a fire management plan.

Why not let our highly qualified and experienced Fire Risk Assessors carry out this arduous and time consuming task; allowing you to devote your valuable time to running your business.

More information Please contact:

FIRST AID AT WORK - 3 DAY TRAINING COURSE

This 3-day course offers a basic curriculum in a range of first aid competencies needed in your workplace giving our students the ability to administer first aid safely, promptly and effectively to a casualty.

Successful candidates will be able to act as first aiders in the Work place. The certification is valid for 3 years.

Who is the course for? This course is appropriate for any member of your staff, but particularly those who are required to act as first aiders in the work place.

Course features How to act in the event of an emergency, CPR ( cardio-pulmonary resuscitation ), Unconscious casualty, Wounds & bleeding, Burns & scalds, Injuries to bones, muscles and joints, Shock, Eye injuries, Poisoning & Transportation of a casualty


FIRST AID AT WORK - 2 DAY RE-VALIDATION COURSE

This 2-day course is designed to refresh current first aid at work (FAAW) certificate holders and covers all aspects of the first aid at work course.

Because staffing levels are complicated enough to manage, this course can be taken up to 3 months before the expiry date of their certificate. The new certificate will then take effect from the date of expiry. Once renewed the certificate is valid for a further 3 years.

Who is the course for? This course is to re-validate a member of staff who’s FAAW certificate is due to expire.


NEW EMERGENCY FIRST AID AT WORK - ONE DAY COURSE

This new course is designed to meet the requirements of the HSE and in compliance as part of your First Aid Risk Assessment. The certificate is valid for 3 years.


More information Please contact:

BASIC MANUAL HANDLING - HALF DAY TRAINING COURSE 

More than a third of the injuries reported to the Health and Safety Executive and local authorities each year, which lead to absences of over 3 days, result from manual handling.

Manual Handling helps employees assess the risks involved in moving, lifting or carrying heavy or awkward objects, and explains the correct techniques to use. With confident, well-trained staff, a business will reduce the risk of workplace injuries which can lead to long term absence and costly legal action.

Who is the course for? This course is appropriate for any member of your staff, but particularly those who are required to lift, carry or move objects in the work place.

Course features Manual Handling Training will give your staff the basic information and tips required to help them carryout correct lifting techniques.

More information Please contact:

FIRE MARSHALL - HALF DAY TRAINING COURSE

Employers have a legal responsibility to employ competent people to act as Fire Marshall’s in the event of a fire emergency situation.

Who is the course for? This course is suitable for members of your staff whom through your Fire Risk Assessment you have identified a requirement for persons to assist with emergency evacuation arrangements in the workplace.

Course features What causes fire, how it spreads, and how it can be controlled. In addition, they will understand the roles of the Fire Marshall, and be competent to use firefighting equipment if appropriate to do so.

More information Please contact:

BASIC FIRE SAFETY - HALF DAY TRAINING COURSE

Fire is the single biggest danger facing people in the work place, and almost all fires are avoidable. Understanding how to prevent fire, and how to tackle small fires, can help save lives and property.

Who is the course for? This course is suitable for all members of your staff and all types of business. No prior knowledge or experience is needed and there are no formal entry requirements.

Course features Fire Safety Awareness Training will furnish your staff with the knowledge of how to use the correct extinguisher for different classes of fire.

More information Please contact:

To browse the large variety of flights we have available, take a look at our Summer 2014 flight guide below.

Destinations and schedules are subject to change.

Latest information should be sought from the airline or tour operator directly.

ROBIN HOOD AIRPORT DONCASTER SHEFFIELD

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE OF CAR PARKS

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Entry to or use of the car parks at ROBIN HOOD AIRPORT DONCASTER SHEFFIELD (“the airport”) is subject to the current terms and conditions of Doncaster Sheffield Airport Limited (“the Company”) and the airport byelaws regulating the use and operation of the airport and the conduct of all persons while within the airport. These conditions contain limited exemption clauses affecting all persons who enter or use the car parks. Copies are available for inspection on request.

Entry to and use of this car park is entirely at your own risk. Customers are requested to read carefully the terms and conditions of entry to and the use of the car parks and to follow the procedures recommended in those terms and conditions which are for their benefit. Should you wish to make a complaint, you are requested to follow the complaints procedure set out in Condition No 6 which will ensure that your complaint is brought promptly to the attention of Company staff.

 

1. ONLINE BOOKINGS

1.1 www.robinhoodairport.com is owned by ROBIN HOOD AIRPORT DONCASTER SHEFFIELD, of Doncaster Sheffield Airport Limited registered in England under number 03693604 at the following address: Peel Dome, The Trafford Centre, Manchester, M17 8PL.

1.2 Bookings can be made by persons aged 18 years or over.

1.3 You are entering into a contract with Doncaster Sheffield Airport Limited for car parking ROBIN HOOD AIRPORT DONCASTER SHEFFIELD, UK for the period confirmed in the online booking process comprising a series of calendar days or part thereof for the dates set out in your booking confirmation. The date of the contract is the date and time of confirmation of the booking as stated on the booking confirmation page and contained in the Booking Confirmation Email sent to the address entered and confirmed by you during the online booking process on the Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield website.

1.4 A minimum charge applies to all bookings.

1.5 Bookings must be made no later than 6 hours before arrival. All car park bookings are subject to availability and Doncaster Sheffield Airport Limited reserves the right to withdraw availability at its entire discretion for a given car park on a given date.

1.6 The price you pay is the price accepted and confirmed by you during the online booking process. All prices are in pounds sterling and include Value Added Tax and all applicable taxes. The price you pay is fixed for the stay duration between the car park arrival and car park departure dates and times that you have booked. The booking is valid for a single park entry and exit during the dates you have booked.

1.7 You must not resell or transfer any booking (in whole or in part).

1.8 Your booking is only valid for your designated car park. Any additional charges incurred as a result of non-compliance with entry/exit instructions or use of a different car park will not be refunded.

1.9 You are consenting to receive information from Doncaster Sheffield Airport Limited related to your purchase. Doncaster Sheffield Airport Limited may also contact you by email and post with relevant marketing offers, latest news and airport information. If you do not wish to receive marketing communications, you will be given the opportunity to opt out on receipt of marketing emails. All personal data is kept in accordance with the airport’s Privacy Policy.

2. ONLINE PAYMENT

2.1 Payment must be made in advance and online. Payment may be made using one of the following payment cards; Visa, MasterCard, Delta, Solo; Switch, American Express, Electron. We reserve the right not to fulfil your booking if your card is declined for any reason or if the payment card has been used fraudulently or without the cardholder’s permission or if you are under the age of 18. It will be necessary for your personal data to be disclosed to the relevant card issuer for the purpose of processing and confirming your payment. Your data will not be disclosed to third parties other than the financial institution for the chosen payment method.

2.2 When you have completed your booking having entered the start and end dates for which car parking is required, we will send you a written confirmation of your booking by email to the address entered by you. You are responsible for supplying a valid email address. Doncaster Sheffield Airport Limited cannot be held responsible for non-delivery due to transmission failure.

2.3 If you fail to collect your vehicle on the booked return date and time you will be responsible for all additional fees and charges which will be levied at the prevailing tariff for the relevant car park.

3. CANCELLATION FOR PREBOOKABLE PRODUCTS

3.1 Subject to Paragraph 3.2 below, you can cancel the contract no later than 24 hours prior to the car park arrival time by visiting bookings.robinhoodairport.com and following the online instructions. You will receive written confirmation of the cancellation to the e-mail address stipulated. No cancellations or refunds are permitted after this time.

3.2 Certain promotional products cannot be cancelled or refunded. If a booking cannot be cancelled this will be specified on the booking page of our website.

4. THE COMPANY’S LIABILITY

Customers are asked to remember that a public car park is open to everyone. The Company and its servants or agents reserve the right to refuse admittance to the airports car parks but the Company cannot therefore guarantee the security of your vehicle or its contents.

Accordingly:

Without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing, you use this car park on condition that the Company, its servants or agents, will not be liable for any loss of or damage to any vehicle or its contents or any property whatsoever other than that which is attributable to wilful misconduct on its or its servants or agents part.

5. PARKING

5.1 Entry to and egress from the car parks should be obtained only through the designated entrances and exits and along designated routes.

5.2 Customers should park vehicles only within designated bays, within authorized areas and so as not to cause obstruction.

5.3 Bays reserved for disabled drivers should be used by disabled drivers only and vehicles parked in such bays must display appropriate disabled badges/windscreen stickers.

6. COMPLAINTS PROCEDURE

Should your vehicle suffer damage whilst in the car parks or should you lose the vehicle or any of your possessions from the vehicle whilst it is in the car parks, you are requested:

  • to immediately to inform a member of the Company’s staff at the Information Desk of the occurrence and also;
  • in case of theft, immediately to inform the Police and
  • to notify your insurers promptly.

If you consider that you have a claim against the Company you must, within 72 hours of discovery of the loss or damage, give written notice providing full details of the occurrence to the Customer Services, Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield, Heyford House, First Avenue, Doncaster, DN9 3RH.

Before submitting a claim to the Company, customers are requested to check Condition No 4 and to satisfy themselves that the subject matter of their claim falls within the Company’s areas of responsibility.

7. SECURING YOUR VEHICLE

Unless requested by the Company or one of its employees for reasons not to do so, please ensure that before you leave the car park:

  • your vehicle is fully and securely locked
  • that all windows and the sunroof of your vehicle are securely closed
  • if your vehicle is fitted with a steering lock or similar device that it is engaged.

8. POSSESSIONS

8.1 Wherever possible please take your possessions with you when you leave your vehicle

8.2 If you have to leave possessions in your vehicle, do not leave them where they are visible and ensure that they are as secure as possible.

9. COURTESY TO OTHER CUSTOMERS

Should you damage another customer’s vehicle you are requested to report the matter immediately to a member of the Company’s staff at the Information Desk and give them the registration number of both vehicles. Please remember that your car may one day be damaged so please do as you would be done to.

10. SAFETY IN THE CAR PARK

10.1 Please drive carefully in the car parks and obey the directional signs. Vehicles should not be driven at a speed in excess of 10 miles per hour.

10.2 After you have parked your vehicle please proceed to the nearest exit ways which are signposted. Do not wander about in the car park and keep a careful eye on your children and do not permit them to play in the car parks.

10.3 Any caravans or large vehicles should report to the Information Desk and ask for a member of Company staff. Such vehicles should not attempt to enter or exit from the car parks without a staff member being present and without the authority of such staff member.

11. TICKETS

11.1 The ticket issued is available only from the vehicle in respect of which it is issued. A ticket, including a season ticket, does not entitle the customer, unless otherwise specified, to any space in the car park or to priority over other customers. A season ticket is the property of the Company to which it must be surrendered upon expiration or misuse.

11.2 The Company reserves the right to refuse to release any vehicle except on production of the parking ticket until it has made such enquiries as it considers reasonable. Failure to produce your ticket will therefore delay your departure.

11.3 Customers who cannot produce their parking tickets on departure will be charged according to the current airport tariffs details of which can be obtained from the Information Desk.

11.4 In the interests of security tickets should not be left inside vehicles.

12. AGENCY

Persons who enter in to a contract with the Company for the parking of a vehicle at the car park, whether by purchasing a ticket or otherwise, do so on behalf of themselves and all other persons having any proprietary possessory or other financial or material interest in the vehicle and its contents.

13. MOBILISATION

13.1 If a breach or infringement of any of these terms and conditions is committed by the user of the car parks then the Company, or its servants or agents may at any time in their absolute discretion immobilize any vehicle by means of a clamp fitted to a wheel of the vehicle.

13.2 The clamp will be removed from the wheel of the vehicle upon payment of a charge as determined from time to time by the Company.

13.3 The Company its servants or agents will not be liable for any damage caused to a vehicle as a result of a clamp having been fitted to the wheel of the vehicle, other than that which is attributable to wilful misconduct on the part of the Company.

14. MOVING AND RELOCATING OF VEHICLES

14.1 The Company reserves the right to move any vehicle within the car park by driving or otherwise to such extent as the Company, its servants or agents, may in the exercise of its reasonable discretion think necessary to avoid obstruction or for the more efficient arrangement of its parking facilities at the car parks and it will not be liable for any damage caused to any such vehicle or property other than that which is attributable to wilful misconduct on its part.

14.2 The Company additionally reserves the right where the car parks have to be closed either permanently or temporarily in whole or in part or have to be evacuated in cases of emergency, to remove any vehicle at any time to any other reasonably convenient car park within the control of the Company and it will not be liable for any damage caused to any such vehicle or property other than that which is attributable to wilful misconduct on its part.

14.3 The Company reserves the right for it or its agents or the relevant Police Authority to move or remove any vehicle to safeguard any person or property against injury or damage or in the event of an actual or perceived threat to security and to remove vehicles which are, or appear to be, stolen or abandoned.

15. LIENS

A vehicle in the car parks may be subject to a lien for all charges due or accruing from the customer to the Company, and a general lien for all and any monies from the customer to then Company such lien to be in existence whenever the vehicle is in the car parks notwithstanding that it may from time to time have been removed for the car parks. If the said lien is not satisfied by the payment, within 30 days of notice given by the Company of its intentions to sell the vehicles in default of payment, the Company may sell the vehicle by auction or otherwise and the proceeds of sale may be applied in and towards satisfaction of all same owing to the Company by the customer together with the expense of the sale and in connection with such sale the Company shall be entitled to charge reasonable garage charges in respect of the period during which the vehicle is in the possession of the Company. Any balance of purchase price remaining after satisfaction of such sums shall be held by the Company on behalf of the registered owner of the vehicle. Notice of intention aforesaid shall be deemed to have been properly and sufficiently given by the sending of written notice by prepaid post, addressed to the registered owner at his last known address, whether or not the same is actually received.

16. INDEMNITY

The user of the car parks agrees to indemnify the Company in respect of any claim by a third party arising out of the use of the car parks by the user his servants agents or passengers or arising out of any act or omission whatsoever other than claims which are attributable to wilful misconduct or negligence on the part of the Company.

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Terms of use

This website (”Website”) is owned and operated by Doncaster Sheffield Airport Limited  (”Doncaster Sheffield Airport ” or ” Robin Hood Airport ” or ” Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield ” or “we” or “us”). Doncaster Sheffield Airport Limited  is a company, registered in England under number 3693604.

Your use of this website will be governed by the terms and conditions set out below and the terms of our privacy policy (“Terms and Conditions”). Please read them carefully.

Where you use this Website to order goods and services from us, additional terms and conditions may apply to your order. Any additional terms and conditions that apply will be brought to your attention when you place an order.

We reserve the right to change these Terms and Conditions at any time without notice by posting changes on the Website. It is your responsibility to familiarise yourself with the Terms and Conditions regularly to ensure that you are aware of any changes. Your use of the Website after a change has been posted will signify your acceptance of the modified Terms and Conditions.

If you do not agree with these Terms and Conditions, please do not use this Website.

Contents

1. Intellectual property

1.1 Copyright All Website design, text, graphics and the selection and arrangement of them are either Copyright © 2001-2011, Doncaster Sheffield Airport Limited  or its third party licensors. All rights are reserved.

1.2 Trade Marks All trading names, brand names, products and service names and titles and copyrights used in the Website are trade marks, trade names and service marks or copyrights of their respective holders. No permission is given by us for their use by any person other than such holders and such use may constitute an infringement of the holders’ rights.

1.3 Restricted Use of Website Content Permission is granted to electronically copy or print portions of this Website for your own personal, non-commercial use. Any other use of materials on this site without our prior written consent is strictly prohibited.

2. Disclaimer

2.1 We do not warrant that the Website will be available at all times or that it is virus or error free. Whilst we make all reasonable attempts to exclude viruses from the Website, we cannot ensure such exclusion and no liability is accepted for viruses. You are therefore recommended to take all appropriate safeguards before downloading information or images from the Website.

2.2 The Website is for information purposes only and is provided on an “as is” basis. We accept no liability for the accuracy, completeness, currency or truth (save for fraudulent representations) of any of the information contained in the Website or for any reliance placed by any person on such information.

2.3 Any advice given on this Website is for guidance purposes only. Any such advice should not be relied upon or used as a substitute for legal or other professional advice on your specific requirements.

2.4 Except as stated herein, all warranties, terms and conditions, whether express or implied, statutory or otherwise relating to information and material on this site or sites accessed through this site are excluded to the extent permitted by law. Any applicable warranties will be set out in our terms and conditions relating to the provision of our goods or services.

We will not, and our suppliers and licensors will not, be liable whether in contract, tort or otherwise for any loss or damage which:

i. arises other than through our negligence or the negligence of our employees agents or contractors; or

ii. is not a reasonably foreseeable consequence of our negligence; or

iii. is any business loss including but not limited to loss of revenue or loss of profits or loss of anticipated savings or wasted expense or data being lost or harmed or for any indirect, special or consequential loss or damage of any kind arising from access to or any use of the information and material contained on this site or any site you may access through this site.

We do not restrict or exclude our liability for:

i. personal injury or death directly caused by us or our employees whilst acting in the course of their employment with us or for fraud;

ii. physical damage to your personal property up to £1,000 due to any one event or series of connected events where such damage is due to our negligence or the negligence of our employees, agents or contractors acting in the course of their employment with us;

iii. any of our liabilities which cannot by law be excluded or restricted.

3. Links to third party websites

3.1 Certain links on the Website may lead to other websites - which are not under our control. The use of third party websites is entirely at your own risk and we accept no liability for the content of any linked site or any link contained in a linked site. Links provided on the Website are provided to you only as a convenience and the inclusion of any link does not imply reliability and endorsement by us of the content of any third party’s website.

3.2 These Terms and Conditions do not apply to any third party website linked to the Website. You should read the terms and conditions of those websites before using them and direct any questions or comments about the linked website’s contents to the relevant website provider.

3.3 You are not entitled (nor will you assist others) to set up links from your own websites to this Website (whether by hypertext linking, deep-linking, framing, toggling or otherwise) without our prior written consent, which we may grant or withhold at our absolute discretion.

4. Communications via the website

4.1 Where you are given the facility to enter information on to, or communicate via, the Website you agree to use the Website for lawful and civil purposes only and that you will not (nor allow others to):

4.1.1 post or transit any material which is offensive, racist, abusive, indecent, defamatory, obscene or menacing;

4.1.2 impersonate any person or entity, or falsely state or otherwise misrepresent your affiliation with any one or any entity;

4.1.3 post or transmit any statements which are intentionally false or misleading;

4.1.4 post or transmit any material which you do not have the right to transmit; or

4.1.5 post or transmit any advertising, promotional materials or other forms of solicitation.

4.2 You agree to fully and effectively indemnify us and keep us fully and effectively indemnified from and against all costs, claims, liability, expenses (including legal expenses), damages and losses incurred by us as a result of a breach by you of the provisions contained in this clause 4, whether arising under tort, statute or otherwise.

5. Changes to website

We are serious about guarding the security of your personal information that we have under our control from unauthorised access, improper use and disclosure, unauthorised destruction or accidental loss. However we cannot guarantee the protection of your personal data as due to the nature of the Internet, the Website is theoretically accessible by any user of the World Wide Web. You should be aware that when you disclose personal information on the Website it may be collected by another user and may result in unsolicited messages from other Internet users.

6. Entire agreement

These Terms and Conditions represent the entire understanding relating to the use of the Website and supersede all other statements, representations or warranties (whether written, made electronically or orally) made by us. Nothing in these Terms and Conditions shall affect the liability of either party in respect of any misrepresentation, warranty or condition that it makes fraudulently. Any rights not expressly granted in these Terms and Conditions are reserved by us.

7. Severance

If any provision of these Terms and Conditions are found to be invalid or unenforceable by a court, it will be severed from the rest of these Terms and Conditions which shall remain unaffected.

8. Law and jurisdiction

These Terms and Conditions will be governed by the laws of England and Wales. Disputes arising in relation to this Website shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of England and Wales.

Privacy Statement

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield is committed to protecting your privacy. This Privacy Policy forms part of our Legal Information and sets out how Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield handles data which identifies you.

About Us

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield is a trading name of: Doncaster Sheffield Airport Ltd whose registered number is 3693604 and registered office is Doncaster Sheffield Airport Ltd,  Liverpool John Lennon Airport, Liverpool, L24 1YD

We are committed to protecting your privacy. This Privacy Policy forms part of our legal information and sets out how We handle data which identifies you. If you have any queries concerning your personal information, please contact us at marketing@robinhoodairport.com  

Data Protection Information We are registered under the Data Protection Act 1998 and any information you supply will be treated in accordance with that Act. You can obtain further information about data protection laws by visiting the Information Commissioner’s website at http://www.ico.gov.uk/.

Information Gathered and its Use

We receive and store any information you enter on our website, or give us in any other way, for example through our branch network, or provided by you when giving us feedback. We use your contact details to communicate with you, we may also use your information to send you news about Our products and services or those of other carefully selected companies which we think may be of interest to you.

We may contact you by post, email, telephone or fax for these purposes. If you do not want to receive such communication you can opt-out during registration, by emailing us at marketing@robinhoodairport.com, or by following the unsubscribe instructions on the email. Please note that there may be instances where it may be necessary for us to communicate with you, in any event, for administrative or operational reasons relating to our service.

On Registration

Where you register with us you provide your name, address, email address and other contact details and they are available to you.

Site Monitoring

When you use the site we anonymously record the details of the pages you look at but this data is not personally identifiable. We use this data to monitor site traffic and analyse paths customers take through our site which enable us to improve the service we provide. This information is only used by us and is not passed to any other party.

Place of Processing

The personal information held by us is held on and processed by computers situated in the United Kingdom.

Security

We have security measures in place to protect our customer database and access to this database is restricted internally. However, it remains your responsibility:

  • to protect against unauthorised access to your log in details
  • if you open more than one browser of the same type whilst using the website, to remember to close down all browser windows when you finish.
  • if you share a computer with someone else or use a public Internet access then we advise you to delete the browsing history and log off the computer. This will help ensure any personal information stored temporarily in the computer’s memory is lost.

Disclosure for Legal Reasons

We reserve the right to communicate such personal information as we hold to third parties which seek the disclosure of it, if we are requested to do so by law.

Links to Third Party Sites

Our site contains links to other sites. We are not responsible for the privacy practices, or the content of those websites. You should read the privacy policies of every website that collects data.

Cookies

A cookie is a small file which is placed on your computer’s hard drive. If you agree to have cookies stored on your computer, the file is added and the cookie helps analyse web traffic or lets you know when you visit a particular site. Cookies allow web applications to respond to you as an individual. The web application can tailor its operations to your needs, likes and dislikes by gathering and remembering information about your preferences. This site uses cookies.

Log Files and Statistics

We may use IP addresses, URL’s of requested resources, timestamps and HTTP user agents to analyse trends, administer the system and gather broad demographic information for aggregate use.

In addition to this we may use third party services to monitor your use of our website, including Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc (“Google”). Google Analytics use cookies to help analyse how visitors use our site. The information generated by the cookie about the use of our web-site (including your IP address) will be transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the United States. Google will use this information for the purpose of evaluating your use of our web-site, compiling reports on web site activity and providing other services relating to web-site activity and internet usage. Google may also transfer this information to third parties where required to do so by law, or where such third parties process the information on Google’s behalf. Google will not associate your IP address with any other data held by Google. You may refuse the use of cookies be selecting the appropriate settings on your web browser, however, please note that if you do this you may not be able to make full use of our web-site. By using this website, you consent to the processing of data about you by Google in the manner and for the purposes set out above.

Legal Information and Your Agreement

Access by you of our web-site is confirmation that you have understood and agreed to be bound by all of these terms and conditions.

This web-site is prepared and issued in the United Kingdom and is intended for the information of United Kingdom residents only.

This web-site is for information purposes only and it’s content is subject to change without notice.

Nothing on this web-site shall be deemed to constitute financial advice and in the event that you wish to have any such advice, you should contact a financial advisor.

Disclaimer

Whilst we use all reasonable efforts to ensure that the information published on this website is accurate, current and complete at the date of publication, no representatives or warranties are made ( express or implied) as to the accuracy, currency or completeness of such information. We cannot accept responsibility ( to the extent permitted by law) for any loss arising directly or indirectly from the use of, or any action taken in reliance on, any information appearing on this web-site or any other web-site to which it may be linked. We make not warranty that this web-site is free from errors, defects or viruses.

We reserve the right to change, modify, add or remove provisions of this Privacy Policy. Any changes to this Policy will be shown here, and we recommend that you check this Policy again from time to time.

Copyright Notice

The entire contents of this web-site (except where applicable the crown copyright location maps) is our property and is subject to copy right with all rights reserved.

You may download or print individual sections of the web-site for personal use and information only provided that these properly indicate our copyright and other proprietary notices.

You may not reproduce ( in whole or in part), modify, decompile, disassemble or transmit or use for any commercial purpose whatsoever any information from this website without Our prior written consent.

E-Mail

There is no guarantee that any e-mail you send will be received by us or that the confidentiality of that e-mail will be maintained during internet transmission.

Applicable Law

Any disputes arising from the use of this website shall at all times be governed by the laws of England and Wales and the parties shall submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.

International Transfers of Personal Information

As the internet can be assessed world wide, if you are visiting the site from outside the UK, your visit will necessarily result in the transfer of information across international borders. By visiting this site and communicating electronically with us you are consenting to these transfers.

 

The Robin Hood Airport website sites meets the current accessibility legislation and the standards set by the Disability Discrimination Act.

The site also complies with World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) guidelines and appropriate validation standards:

  • XHTML 1.0
  • CSS 2.0
  • Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Priority 1 & 2 (AA)

The site supports the following additional accessibility features:

  • High contrast (between foreground text/background colours)
  • Sitemap
  • Site Search
  • Scalable Fonts
  • Breadcrumb trail

The website has also been tested across the following browsers:

Windows:

  • Internet Explorer 6/7
  • Safari 1.0 +
  • Firefox 2.0 +
  • Opera 9.0 +

Mac OS:

  • Safari 1.0 +
  • Firefox 1.0 +
  • Opera 9.0

Directions Finningley is a result of the coming together of several key local partners to provide a one stop shop for employment, training and business support based at Robin Hood Airport.

The services on offer at Directions Finningley include:

* HR, vacancy and recruitment services

* Information and grant advice

* Training from basic courses to post graduate programmes

* Advice and career development

* Aviation specific training and bespoke packages

* On-site conference and training facilities

Planned developments for Directions Finningley include the setting up of an Aviation Academy specialising in aircraft engineering and airport operations, supported by the Directions Finningley Centre of Vocational Excellence in Aviation.

In addition to this, through a specialist network of industry recognised partners such as Lufthansa LRTT, Directions Finningley is also an approved Civil Aviation Authority centre delivering JAR and other qualifications valued by the aviation industry.

To find out more about the range of recruitment, training and information services that Directions Finningley can offer to local employers, contact Lisa Findlay on 01302 623300.

Peel Airports wholeheartedly supports the principal of equal opportunities in employment and condemns all forms of unlawful or unfair discrimination. We are committed to ensuring that no person is treated less favourably because of their sex, race, ethnic origin, class, nationality, marital status, sexuality, age, disability or religious beliefs.

The Company believes that it is in their best interests and those of all who work in the Company to ensure that the human resources, talents and skills available throughout the community are considered when employment opportunities arise.  Discrimination of any kind, which prevents the Company from doing so, is a misuse and a waste of human resources and is also illegal and/or unlawful in many instances.

The Company will take every step to ensure that individuals are treated equally and fairly and that decisions on recruitment and selection on training, promotion and career development are taken solely on job based criteria.

Acts of discrimination including harassment are grounds for disciplinary action and individuals have the right to seek redress under the appropriate policy i.e. dignity at work or grievance procedure.

In recruiting, Peel Airports will seek to ensure equality of opportunity and treatment for all persons. All documentation and advertising will be closely examined to eradicate any potentially discriminatory material. Media will be chosen to try and ensure the widest and most diverse audience possible.  Selection procedures and criteria will ensure that individuals are selected and promoted on the basis of their relevant merits and abilities.

We will actively encourage job applications from people with backgrounds that are significantly underrepresented in the Company (including in particular, people from ethnic minority groups, women and disabled people). 

This will be achieved through support, so that people from underrepresented groups can compete for jobs and promotion opportunities on the same basis as everyone else.

Reference Checking

Robin Hood Airport is required, by the Department for Transport, to obtain references for your whereabouts during the past 5 years, in order for a security pass to be issued. As part of any application a 5 year reference history will be required and undertaken for all successful applicants.

All formal offers are dependent on reference checks being successfully completed. Obtaining references can sometimes be a lengthy process, and therefore, where possible, all applicants are asked to assist in following up reference requests.

We also advise successful candidates to contact referees to notify them that Robin Hood Airport will be in contact shortly for the purpose of providing a reference. This can also help speed up the process.

It is company policy not to apply for references until an offer of employment has been made.


Criminal Record Check

Robin Hood Airport is required by the Department for Transport to ensure that all Restricted Zone pass holders undergo a Criminal Record Check (Basic Disclosure).

A Criminal Record Check details any convictions a person has that are considered to be unspent. Further details of disqualifying criteria and spent convictions will be provided to applicants at the relevant recruitment stage.

If for any reason the Criminal Record Check is returned containing a conviction that is listed within the disqualifying criteria, you will not be issued with a restricted zone pass which may result in any offer of employment with Robin Hood Airport being withdrawn or employment terminated.

The cost of the Criminal Record Check is paid for by Robin Hood Airport.

 

Welcome to the Robin Hood Airport recruitment page.  Here you will find details of positions that are employed directly by the Airport, and those which are outsourced to our Service Partners.

To view any current vacancies please click here

Direct Airport (working for the Airport) jobs include:

  • Accounts/Finance
  • Marketing
  • Administration
  • Commercial
  • Airfield Operations
  • Air Traffic Services
  • Terminal Services
  • Fire Service Department
  • Human Resources
  • Engineering / Facilities

We invite those seeking employment in above areas to write or email our Human Resources Department with a current CV, and a covering letter explaining which areas they would like to be considered for. The contact e-mail address is recruitment@robinhoodairport.com

All CVs are acknowledged and will be kept on our database for twelve months. When suitable vacancies arise your application will be considered by the department manager and, if selected, we will contact you to arrange an interview.

Please note that some services are outsourced to our Service Partners/Tenants and you would need to apply to them directly if you are interested in any vacancies they might have. Outsourced services currently include:

  • Airport Security (Securitas)
  • Ground Handling, Check-in, Passenger Services, Baggage Handling (Servisair)
  • Catering (LSG Sky Chefs)
  • Cleaning (Initial Cleaning Services, Inflight Cleaning Services)
  • Aircraft Refuelling (ASIG, Conoco)
  • PRM (Gate Aviation)
  • Hotel (Ramada Encore)
  • Car Hire (Europcar & Hertz)
  • Retail (Alpha Airport Shopping, Spar, Wetherspoons, WHSmith)
  • Travelex
  • Freight
  • Government Agencies

Vacancies for Cabin Crew are the responsibility of each airline, and you should contact them directly.

Peel Airports Group recognises that our employees are fundamental to continued success and future growth.  We also recognise the importance of training to enable our employees to achieve their full potential. We actively encourage and support our employees to gain the skills and qualifications that will support their future employability and meet the needs of our business.

Welcome to the Robin Hood Airport recruitment page.  Here you will find details of positions that are employed directly by the Airport, and those which are outsourced to our Service Partners.

To view any current vacancies please click here

Direct Airport (working for the Airport) jobs include:

  • Accounts/Finance
  • Marketing
  • Administration
  • Commercial
  • Airfield Operations
  • Air Traffic Services
  • Terminal Services
  • Fire Service Department
  • Human Resources
  • Engineering / Facilities

We invite those seeking employment in above areas to write or email our Human Resources Department with a current CV, and a covering letter explaining which areas they would like to be considered for. The contact e-mail address is recruitment@robinhoodairport.com

All CVs are acknowledged and will be kept on our database for twelve months. When suitable vacancies arise your application will be considered by the department manager and, if selected, we will contact you to arrange an interview.

Please note that some services are outsourced to our Service Partners/Tenants and you would need to apply to them directly if you are interested in any vacancies they might have. Outsourced services currently include:

  • Airport Security (Securitas)
  • Ground Handling, Check-in, Passenger Services, Baggage Handling (Servisair)
  • Catering (LSG Sky Chefs)
  • Cleaning (Initial Cleaning Services, Inflight Cleaning Services)
  • Aircraft Refuelling (ASIG, Conoco)
  • PRM (Gate Aviation)
  • Hotel (Ramada Encore)
  • Car Hire (Europcar & Hertz)
  • Retail (Alpha Airport Shopping, Spar, Wetherspoons, WHSmith)
  • Travelex
  • Freight
  • Government Agencies

Vacancies for Cabin Crew are the responsibility of each airline, and you should contact them directly.

Peel Airports Group recognises that our employees are fundamental to continued success and future growth.  We also recognise the importance of training to enable our employees to achieve their full potential. We actively encourage and support our employees to gain the skills and qualifications that will support their future employability and meet the needs of our business.

Doncaster Sheffield Airport (DSA) is the UK’s newest purpose built international airport, having commenced operation in April 2005 on the site of the former RAF Finningley air base.  

The Airport is located 7 miles from Doncaster and 25 miles from Sheffield, serving passengers across Yorkshire, the Humber and the North Midlands.

In June 2010, Vantage Airport Group (formerly Vancouver Airport Services) acquired a 65 percent majority share in Peel Airports Limited from The Peel Group, which includes DSA.  The Peel Group retained a 35 percent share in Peel Airports Limited.

In 2011, the airport handled 840,000 passengers, with flights to over 30 destinations currently available.

Principle airlines providing services at the Airport include TUI (the world’s largest leisure company), Flybe, Ryanair, Thomas Cook and Wizz Air. 

Significant recent investment of over £100 million includes a brand new terminal.  With one of the UK’s longest runways, Doncaster Sheffield Airport has the capacity to handle all types of international aviation including charter, scheduled, long-haul, freight, general and business aviation.

A comprehensive public consultation of the Airport’s Draft Master Plan was conducted in 2009.  The Draft Master Plan outlines the vision for future development of the Airport, including the potential to grow to handle over 10 million annual passengers by 2030. Feedback received from the public consultation showed considerable support for these plans. 

Doncaster Sheffield Airport continues to develop further services and increase the range of destinations as it looks to become the airport of choice for passengers in the South Yorkshire and Sheffield City Region. 

DSA is branded after the UK national icon ‘Robin Hood’ who is known to have spent much of his life around the Doncaster area, particularly Conisbrough and Tickhill Castles.  Robin Hood is a well-known and well-loved character the world over, and one who is undeniably associated with this part of the country.  The Robin Hood brand has enabled DSA to inform people about what the area has to offer, as well as providing a ‘personality’ for the Airport.

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield is part of Peel Airports, which also includes Durham Tees Valley Airport.

Details of current vacancies for Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield can be found on this page when vacancies are available.

Alternatively, if you’re looking for work across the wider airport group and are in a position to commute or relocate, you may find other vacancies of interest on the Durham Tees Valley Airport website.

 

Engineering Manager 

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield, part of Peel Airports has an excellent opportunity for an individual to join a fast moving and challenging industry, at an exciting time of the Airport’s development.

Based at Doncaster Sheffield Airport and reporting to the Head of Terminal Services & Security, you will lead a team of engineering staff, ensuring compliance with all relevant statutory documentation; equipment tests and Airport Company Procedures.   

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Subject to approval on security grounds, Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield welcomes filming and photography on site, however, this must be agreed with the Airport in advance.

Film crews of all sizes have been accommodated successfully in the past, with the Airport used on numerous occasions as a location for popular television series, films, documentaries and media coverage.

The Airport is often used as a location for commercial photography, press photography and promotional work.

To submit a filming or photography request, please contact Lorraine Daffern, Head of Terminal Services & Security by email at ldaffern@robinhoodairport.com

For media enquiries only contact:

Charlotte Taylor

OnTrack PR Ltd

Tel: +44 (0) 1302 249 088

Email: charlotte@ontrackpr.co.uk

Web: ontrackpr.co.uk

Anyone wishing to automatically receive all future Airport News Releases should simply email their contact details along with the name of the media organisation they represent to charlotte@ontrackpr.co.uk

Robin Hood Airport now offers a number of compliance training courses, suitable for all business and companies.

Training courses are run by Robin Hood Airport’s Fire Services Department, and can take place either at Robin Hood Airport, or bespoke training courses can be arranged, catering entirely to your own requirements, and delivered at your business’ premises.

Our highly qualified instructors, using the latest environmentally friendly training equipment, are committed to ensuring that each customer receives the best quality,  professional training.  

Compliance Training Courses 

Fire Risk Assessments and Fire Extinguisher Servicing 

More Information

For more information about courses available at Robin Hood Airport, please contact Tony Lonsdale, tlonsdale@robinhoodairport.com or Dave Monk, dmonk@robinhoodairport.com.

Alternatively, click here to download a leaflet outlining courses available.

Robin Hood Airport Business Park is one of the most exciting developments in the Doncaster region and offers occupier’s unrivalled access to the UK’s newest Airport.

The 62 acre Business Park has planning consent for over 2,000,000 sq ft (186,000 sq m) of commercial development and is the perfect location for an office HQ, office development or warehouse and distribution unit.

Opportunities exist for new build office and industrial/distribution units ranging from 7,500 sq ft (796 sq m) up to 245,000 sq ft (22,760 sq m).

Robin Hood Airport is already a thriving business community with over 100 businesses occupying in excess of half a million sq ft of existing space. 

Click on the link below to download a brochure.

Robin Hood Airport Business Park Brochure

Exciting Advertising opportunities are now available at Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield !

As the UK’s newest International Airport located at the former RAF Finningley and we’re able to offer the opportunity to broadcast your advertising messages to an ever-increasing audience, with a wide range of interior and exterior advertising sites, including promotional and sponsorship opportunities. 

Airport advertising offers a unique and controlled environment in which we can maximise the effectiveness of your message to a defined audience, targeting passengers at different points in their journey.

We absolutely welcome creative ideas and offer the opportunity of a full site tour with a member of the Airport Team, where we’d be more than happy to talk about your specific requirements and tailor an advertising or promotional campaign on an individual basis. 

Outside the terminal on the frontage and along the approach roads there are a variety of sites, from illuminated 6-sheets through to 48 and 96 sheet advertising sites. 

For more information on advertising opportunities here at Robin Hood Airport, please contact: advertising@robinhoodairport.com.

 

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield is the UK’s newest purpose-built airport and was recently voted Yorkshire’s best airport in terms of customer satisfaction by Which? Holiday. It is situated just 7 miles from Doncaster and 25 miles from Sheffield.

Existing partners at Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield include World Duty Free, JD Wetherspoon, Travelex and WHSmith. 

We have many varied and exciting retail opportunities at Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield and would be delighted to hear from prospective retailers. 

For further information in the first instance, please write to: 

Commercial Manager

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield

Heyford House

First Avenue

Doncaster

DN9 3RH

For further information:-

If you are looking for a career within Retail, please visit our jobs page.

Doncaster Sheffield Flying School

Doncaster Sheffield Flying School can set you off on the airway to success - whether you are looking for a career within aviation, to fly for fun, or just a new challenge.

Doncaster Sheffield Flying School offer flight training, aircraft hire, and introductory trial flying lessons. Their highly-trained team of Flight Instructors provide South Yorkshire’s premier flight training in a central location, easily accessible by road, rail and bus with major routes from Doncaster, Sheffield, Worksop and Scunthorpe. If you have ever thought about becoming a pilot, be it for a brief time with one of our Introductory Trial Flights or on a more permanent basis with one of our pilot training courses, Doncaster Sheffield Flying School can guide you in the direction best suited for you and your budget.

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This section is dedicated to operations professionals, giving you the most vital and up-to-date operational information for the UK’s newest Airport.

Why Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield?

The UK’s newest airport offers a major state of the art facility without the operational constraints usually associated with larger airports - just some of the reasons for using DSA are listed below:

  • 2893 x 60m runway
  • 24 Hour Availability
  • Class D controlled airspace
  • Cat III ILS 
  • 24 Hour RFFS Coverage - Permanent Cat 7 (Upgrades to Cat 8/9 available)
  • No Slot Restrictions
  • Space and Facilities to base Aircraft
  • State of the art passenger handling facilities and terminal building
  • Industry Leading Service Partners
  • Ground Handling by Servisair
  • Fuelling by Conoco Phillips / ASIG
  • Catering by LSG Sky Chefs

Crew Training

Robin Hood Airport is ideal for crew training located centrally within the UK less than an hour’s flying time from London without slot restrictions and capable of handling even the largest aircraft.

For more information regarding training flights procedures, book a training slot and find out about our competitive rates for Crew Training, please contact Air Traffic Control on +44 (0) 1302 624 871.

Diverts

Robin Hood Airport is well equipped to act as a divert airports for a number of airports across the Northern and Midland regions of the UK. With the second longest runway in the North, the airport can handle any currently available commercial aircraft. The Airport has available apron space, a good weather record, excellent local and national transport connections and a lack of congestion both in the air and on the ground. Why not visit DSA for yourself and see the operational benefits the UK’s newest airport can offer you?

Contact Information

Airport Duty Manager: +44 (0) 1302 625 010

Air Traffic Control: +44 (0) 1302 624 871

Servisair: +44 (0) 1302 625 108

ASIG: +44 (0) 1302 625 170

LSG Skychefs: +44 (0) 1302 773 409

Key Documents

Click to view the latest Aeronautical Information Publications applicable to Doncaster Sheffield Airport.

Weston Aviation

Private Aircraft Handling

Weston Aviation provides a comprehensive executive handling service to any private aircraft or helicopter arriving at Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield.

To book handling, please call +44 (0) 1302 624 844 or visit www.weston-fbo-handling.com

Private Aircraft Charter

Weston Aviation can provde private jet and helicopter charter flights to/from Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield. You choose where and when you want to fly. To find out the cost effective benefits of chartering a private aircraft, please visit www.weston-private-jet-charter.com or call +44 (0) 1827 883 900.

Cargo Charter

Weston Aviation also offers tailor made air cargo services in and out of Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield and has wide experience across all sectors of cargo consignments.

For more information, please visit www.weston-cargo-aircraft-charter.com/ or call +44 (0) 1827 883 900.

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With a central location, excellent infrastructure and modern facilities complimented by our large freighter aircraft capability, Robin Hood Airport is the airport of choice for all your air cargo needs.

Airfreight & Cargo Information

Robin Hood Airport (DSA/EGCN) is the first full service airport to be built in Britain in over 50 years with an investment of £100m.

Robin Hood Airport is ideally located in the centre of UK with excellent road links to provide hub facilities for airfreight distribution throughout all UK & Ireland including M62 (Hull-Liverpool). M1 (London-Leeds) and A1 (London-Edinburgh). The average transit times from DSA to major locations include: London 3-4 hours, Birmingham 2-3 hours, Manchester 2-3 hours, Scotland 4-5 hours.

The airport has already handled numerous ad-hoc freighters including B747, DC8, AN74, A300, Bae146, AN-124 and the world’s biggest cargo aircraft, the AN-225. Diverse payloads have included high tech electronics, pharmaceuticals, wine and race horses.

The many benefits of routing services, scheduled or charter, include:

  • Central location
  • 2893 x 60m runway
  • 24/7 availability
  • Independent ground handling
  • Independent Transit Shed operator
  • Excellent weather record
  • All inclusive pricing policy

This ensures Robin Hood Airport provides a viable and highly attractive alternative to the ever increasingly expensive and congested major airports in the Southeast and Northwest.

For Class1 merchandise Robin Hood Airport has achieved in consultation with the CAA SRG a maximum NEM (Net Explosive Mass) capacity of 45,000 kgs for class 1.1 and 50,000kgs for class 1.2, with 24hr storage facilities for dangerous goods.

Robin Hood Airport is also Section 5 approved - the only airport in Yorkshire to be granted written authority of the Defence Council to transfer any of the prohibited weapons and ammunition listed in section 5(1) of the Firearm Act 1968.

For further information, quotations and assistance please contact:

Email: cargo@robinhoodairport.com

24/7 Contact Telephone Number: 01302 625010

To view a PDF copy of Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield published cargo fees and charges, click below.

For dedicated transit shed approved warehousing, please contact Anglo World Cargo via http://www.angloworldcargo.co.uk/

 

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield already offer over 40 destinations around the world, with a mix of charter, low cost scheduled and freight operations from some of the biggest names in the business.

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield (DSA) is the best UK aviation opportunity in years, capable of handling any aircraft type with a catchment of over 6 million people living within 1 hour’s drive of the airport.

The Airport is ideally located with immediate access to a large, affluent market with a high propensity to fly, and with a fast and efficient operation, Robin Hood Airport is well placed to meet the needs of passengers in the Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire regions and beyond.

For more information on opportunities for airlines at Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield please contact:

Chris Harcombe, Head of Aviation Development

Email: charcombe@peelairports.com 

Telephone: 01302 801034, 07501 467888.

To download a copy of Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield’s published fees and charges, please click on the following link.

DSA Conditions of Use 2013-2014

 


Background

Friends of Doncaster Sheffield Airport (FODSA) was established in February 2005 by a small group of people who had previously been part of  ‘Fly’ Finningley (Finningley locals say YES).  The ‘FLY’ group was formed in 1998 by like minded people who agreed that it was in the best interests of South Yorkshire and the surrounding districts for the old Finningley RAF base to be turned into an international airport.  The group gave support to the planning application, actively collecting many thousands of letters of support for the development.  People from ‘FLY’ group also gave evidence at the Public Inquiry and indeed received praise, for the quality of their evidence, from counsel representing both those for and against the development. The FODSA group is not unique and has followed the footsteps of ‘Friends of Liverpool Airport’ (FOLA) whom they have to thank for help setting up their own organisation.  However, as FOLA point out in their own literature, it is almost unique to have a Friends association, when elsewhere, many other airports have to battle it out with pressure groups.  However, FODSA do aim to be an independent, and non-political organisation and hope to gather members from near and far.

Basis of our activities

FODSA’s aim is to promote ROBIN HOOD AIRPORT at each and every opportunity, through encouraging its preservation, development and improvement.  FODSA also help to inform public opinion by providing advice and information about the airport the airlines that use it and services available from it.  As a society, FODSA brings together like-minded people with a common interest.  At present FODSA hold meetings twice monthly, have regular visits to places of interest and produce a quarterly Newsletter distributed free to members.

How we do this

These broad objectives are put into practice in a variety of ways and we aim to assist the airport to develop its potential in every way possible.  For example, FODSA assist the airport by providing additional hands for distribution of advertising material and in other promotional activity.  In due course we hope that FODSA members will be acting as guides to visiting school parties.  We will also help to keep the airport in the public spotlight by writing to the press and prominent people regarding subjects that affect the airport and it’s operations.

Looking to the future

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield is the first all new airport in this country since Stansted was built in the late 1960’s.  It promises to be a real success and it is important that the FODSA group grows and adapts alongside the airport.  So if you would like to help promote or simply just keep abreast of developments at this brand new airport then joining FODSA should be a priority.

Meetings

FODSA hold two meetings a month.  They are held in The Duxbury Lecture Theatre, which is the second building on the right hand side of the Airport approach road after turning at the Hayfield Lane traffic lights. Meetings are held on the first and third Wednesday in the month and are open to all members and commence at 7.30pm and usually last about one and a half hours. The meetings provide an opportunity to obtain news on airport activities. There is a good deal of open discussion on matters relating to FODSA and details of the society correspondence.  FODSA occasionally manage to get a member of the airport management team to attend a meeting and update us with the latest news and, if time permits, answer questions from the floor.

Newsletter

FODSA produce a quarterly newsletter containing news, views and articles about the airport and its environs. It also has news about FODSA activities.  Members are encouraged to contribute.

Special events and trips

FODSA have a social secretary and organise outings to places of interest.  In recent times FODSA members have paid visits to London Stansted Airport, John Lennon Airport at Liverpool, Robin Hood Airport Control Tower and the Fire Station, RHADS Fire Station for instruction on Airfield Habitat Management, RAF Hendon, RAF Scampton to see The Red Arrows, Elvington Air Museum, The Imperial War Museum at Duxford and the Royal Air Force Museums at London and Cosford.  All members have the opportunity to take part.  We may also organise occasional charter aircraft trips and maybe take advantage of budget flights available from the airport to various destinations for day trips or weekend breaks.

Website

FODSA has its own website www.fodsa.co.uk  The site is regularly updated and contains all the information about the FODSA group and Robin Hood Airport and the services available from it.  There is up to date news about visiting aircraft, passenger statistics, and photographs and videos of interesting aircraft.  There are links to Robin Hood Airport website and the various airlines that use the airport.  There is also a link to the FOLA website at Liverpool.  The website is proving to be very popular.

Membership

Membership is open to all and the constitution will run from January 1st to December 31st.  Included in the membership is a quarterly newsletter. Membership application forms can be downloaded from the FODSA website or alternatively by emailing imkstones@tiscali.co.uk

The Robin Hood Airport Consultancy Committee is the formal committee in place to facilitate communication between the airport and local public agencies, local business, residential communities and airport users.

The Airport Consultative Committee is the forum in which the management of Doncaster Sheffield Airport Limited will interact and exchange information and ideas with communities in the vicinity of the airport, local authorities, local business representatives and other Airport users and other interested parties.

For further information please visit the Robin Hood Airport Consultative Committee website. 

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield is committed to building long-term relationships with the communities living and working in and around the Doncaster area.

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield is bringing Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to the forefront of its business. Robin Hood Airport is building upon the previous ad-hoc community activities which will now be co-odinated through the CSR approach. 

Robin Hood Airport continues to build upon, and develop relationships between the Airport and key stakeholders such as local communities and businesses. Below are some CSR initiatives which will help Robin Hood Airport to achieve this aim.

Corporate Social Responsibility Report

DSA CSR front cover

Robin Hood Airport published its second Corporate Social Responsibility Report in 2009. The report builds on the 2008 report and previous reports to the Airport Consultative Committee. It contains information on what the Airport has achieved so far in terms of supporting local communities, working with key stakeholders to add value to the region and working with employees to ensure they have the right skills and support they need to do their job. The report also highlights the Airport’s efforts in minimising its impact on the environment.

Please click here to download Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield CSR Report 2009.

We welcome your thoughts on the Airport’s CSR report, please email your views to community@robinhoodairport.com  

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield - Community Investment Fund

DSA CIF Front Cover

Robin Hood Airport works with numerous local groups to help them progress their various schemes through the Airport’s Community Investment Fund.

Please click here to find out more information on the Airport’s Community Investment Fund.

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield is part of Peel Airports which also includes Durham Tees Valley Airport.

Durham Tees Valley Airport

Durham Tees Valley Airport is the airport for the Tees Valley, offering worldwide connectivity via Amsterdam.

Durham Tees Valley Airport’s website

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield Master Plan 

Airport master plans set out the proposals for the expansion of airports for the period to 2030 in accordance with guidance issued by the Department for Transport. The Draft Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield (RHADS) Master Plan, and its associated Sustainability Appraisal, was launched at a press conference in October 2008. The period of consultation extended over 19 weeks.

The consultation included a series of public exhibitions in towns and villages most affected by the operation of the Airport. In addition to exhibition boards, a 16 page leaflet was made available at the events that summarised the key features of the Master Plan and included a questionnaire to facilitate responses. Some 3,000 leaflets were distributed at the events.

A number of methods were used in an attempt to inform and consult with as many organisations and members of the public as possible about the Draft Master Plan. Correspondence inviting participation in the consultation was sent to local authorities and other public bodies, local councillors, MPs, community and environmental groups, members of the Airport Consultative Committee and Airport Transport Forum (membership of the latter two bodies including representatives of local and regional government).

A total of over 2,000 responses using the various methods available were received during the consultation period. In addition, there were over 10,000 hits on the dedicated Master Plan page of the Airport’s website. An independent researcher was employed to log all written responses and analyse the broad findings which were published in an Interim Consultation Results leaflet in December 2008.

In the associated Comments & Responses report, the Airport has responded to every written comment on the Draft Master Plan received during the consultation exercise and has also indicated the nature of agreed changes made to the Draft in order to prepare the final version of the Master Plan. The Master Plan Steering Group, comprising local and regional authorities and other stakeholders, helped in the review of all the responses.

The results indicate overwhelming support amongst respondents for the Airport’s Vision Statement and its plans to expand passenger services and the associated business park. There were also similar levels of support for the Finningley and Rossington Route Regeneration Scheme road, linking the Airport to the M18 that will improve journey times to RHADS from the region’s towns and cities.

The responses from local and regional authorities and the business community recognised the important role of RHADS not only in terms of offering the region national and international connectivity, which is vital in today’s global economy, but also in regenerating this part of the Sheffield City Region. Airports do act as catalysts for investment, and the continued growth of RHADS will create jobs and other opportunities for people to live and work in reasonable proximity.

Most respondents to the questionnaire considered that the Airport was doing well in addressing environmental impacts. However, while the Master Plan aims to continue to grow RHADS, the Airport is committed to ensuring that this will be achieved in the context of strict environmental controls to limit pollution and particularly noise for residents living near to the Airport.

In the light of the overall results of the consultation, the Airport did not consider it appropriate or necessary to revise its preferred development options. Clearly, not everyone supported the growth of RHADS. However, the Airport considered the views of those who either objected or were unsupportive of aspects of, or all of the plans, against those who were in favour, and took account of current national, local and regional policy in order to come to a balanced view on how to take the Draft Master Plan forward.

It is clearly important for the Airport to continue its dialogue with local people and others with an interest in its development.

The Airport wishes to thank all those who participated in the consultation which was the largest exercise of its kind since the planning application for the commercial airport was submitted in 1999. It has been very valuable in understanding the views of those people living in neighbouring communities.

The final version of the Master Plan and the associated Sustainability Appraisal are now available to download - please click here.

These documents will be sent to the Department for Transport; local authorities and other local and regional bodies and agencies for them to take into account in preparing their own plans and strategies.

The Master Plan will be subject to regular monitoring and a formal review every five years, including further public consultation.

Should you have any questions, please contact

Airport Master Plan

Robin Hood Airport

Heyford House

First Avenue

Doncaster DN9 3RH

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Comments, Complaints or Compliments - If you need to get in touch regarding your recent experiences whilst travelling through the airport, you will need to submit your comments in writing, either by post or online feedback form, in order that we can fully investigate the background details and circumstances with relevant departments and/or personnel. Please ensure you include all relevant details such as, date, time, flight number, destination, etc.

FAQs - you may find the answers to your enquiries on this website - please take a moment to look around before getting in touch. For example, Airport Information contains advice on permitted hand/hold baggage, liquid restrictions, advice for disabled passengers, and other useful details.

If you still need to get in touch, you can contact us:-

Please note - We are unable to assist with enquiries relating to flight reservations (date changes, rebookings, cancellations, etc). Please contact your airline or tour operator directly.

Click here for a list of our Airline and Tour Operator contact details.


By Post:-

If you wish to write to Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield, please address your comments to:

Customer Services Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield

Heyford House

First Avenue

Doncaster

DN9 3RH


By Telephone:-

  • General Enquiries: +44 (0) 871 220 2210 - see below for details
  • Flight Information (Automated Information only - Real time departures and arrivals) - 0906 108 0001 - see below for details
  • Car Park Bookings - 0845 319 2782 (from the UK only) - Open Mon-Fri 8am-8pm, Sat 9am-5.30pm, Sundays and public holidays closed).

General Enquiries - charged at 10 pence per minute, including VAT, this includes recorded information duplicating that already detailed on the website, as well as departmental contacts. Please note, however, that customer complaints need to be submitted in writing and details cannot be taken over the phone.

  1. Press 1 for Car Parking, Car Hire and Public Transport
  2. Press 2 for Flights, Holidays and Hotels
  3. Press 3 for Passengers with Reduced Mobility Assistance
  4. Press 4 for Missing or Damaged Baggage and Lost Property queries.
  5. Press 5 for Environmental Issues
  6. Press 6 to speak to an Operator

Flight Information - charged at 50p per minute, including VAT, from BT landlines. Costs from other networks and mobiles may vary. This is an automated line only, detailing the schedule/status for individual flights over the next 24 hour period. You will need to know the flight number.

Whilst we make every effort to ensure that this information is as accurate as possible, it is provided by third parties and we publish it as supplied to us. We are therefore not able to verify its accuracy or completeness and shall have no liability for any loss or damage incurred as a result of relying on this informaiton. You much take appropriate steps to verify this information before acting upon it. It is important that you check with your airline to confirm any flight status. Unless your airline confirms to you otherwise, passengers must arrive at the airport at the time stated on their airline documents/tickets as we will not take any responsibility for passengers missing their allocated check in time.

This information is also available online on our Arrivals & Departures Boards.

Calling from outside the UK - the airport has been advised that callers from outsite the UK aren’t always able to access the numbers listed, depending on where they are calling from. If you are unable to get through we ask that you submit your enquiry in writing instead. Robin Hood Airport apologises for any inconvenience caused.

All call charges quoted are for calls made from a BT landline. Call from mobiles or other networks may vary.

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If you want to work at Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield, this section contains all of the information you need along with details of all our current vacancies.

 

All media enquiries are handled by the airport’s Marketing & Public Relations department and by a dedicated team at On Track PR. Both are also on hand to provide details of all current and previous news releases.

In addition, the airport and On Track PR are available to approve any on-site Filming and Photography requests and can provide general Airport background information.

Want to know more about Robin Hood Airport?

Find out all about Robin Hood Airport and our plans for the future.

Peel Airports  | Master Plan  | Environment  | Corporate Social Responsibility  | Objective One  | Airport Consultative Committee  | Friends of Doncaster Sheffield Airport (FODSA) 

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Anglo European in conjunction with Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield now carry out the importation and exportation of domestic pets (Cats, Dogs, Ferrets) under the DEFRA / Animal Health Pets Travel Scheme.

For further details on the Pet Passport Scheme at Robin Hood Airport, please contact:

Anglo European Express (Doncaster) Ltd

T: + 44(0) 1302 623061

W: www.angloworldcargo.co.uk

E: gwinterman@talktalk.net

Hangar One, Robin Hood Airport, Doncaster, DN9 3EG

Internet Access

There are a number of pay-as-you-go internet kiosks located throughout the terminal. These are situated both before and after Security.

 

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield has introduced WiFi Access for its passengers.

If you have a WiFi (or Wireless LAN) enabled device such as a laptop or PDA, you can now access the Internet wirelessly at Robin Hood Airport.

In partnership with the Airport’s communications expertise, Peel Telecommunications Limited, Internet access is provided by The Cloud, Europe’s leading WiFi network operator.

WiFi is about giving you the freedom to work, play and stay connected wherever you are and whatever you do. Go Wireless to chat, surf, download, email, listen, share, watch and much, much more. WiFi provides fast, reliable and convenient Internet access within range of a hotspot.

How Do I Get Online?

For further information about how to get online please visit www.thecloud.net and select ‘WiFi’ followed by ‘How to Connect’.


* Note that these facilities are provided by third parties, and Robin Hood Airport is unable to take any responsibility should these facilities be unavailable at the time of your visit. If you are required to check-in and/or print your boarding card before your flight, we strongly recommend that you do this prior to arriving at the airport.

Service Standards

Customer waiting times have been defined in order to minimise inconvenience and achieve aircraft turn-round target of 25 minutes:

All departing customers must reach their aircraft in time to enable timely pre-boarding.  It is essential that arriving customers disembark their aircraft as quickly as possible in order not to compromise operational turn-round of aircraft. 

Customer Waiting Times

1. For Pre-Booked Departing Customers Upon arrival at the airport, once they have made themselves known:

  • 95% of customers should wait for no longer than 10 minutes for assistance.
  • 100% should wait for no longer than 20 minutes.

2. For Non Pre-Booked Departing Customers Upon arrival at the airport, once they have made themselves known:

  • 95% of customers should wait for no longer than 15 minutes.
  • 100% should wait for no longer than 25 minutes.

3. For Pre-Booked Arriving Customers Assistance should be available at the aircraft side for:

  • 99% of customers when the aircraft arrives “on chocks”.
  • 100% within 5 minutes of “on chocks”.

4. For Non Pre-Booked Arriving Customers Assistance should be available at the aircraft side for:

  • 90% of customers within 10 minutes of “on chocks”.
  • 100% within 15 minutes of “on chocks”.

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield is operating ‘business as usual’, however, passengers are advised to allow plenty of time to pass through the Airport.

Passengers should remain vigilant at all times and report anything suspicious to the Police.

Passengers are advised to check in as early as possible, to allow sufficient time to pass through security while the heightened security measures are in effect. Below is a guide to the requirements that are in place as well as advice to help passengers pass through the security check as quickly as possible.

Baggage Restrictions

Hand Baggage & The One Bag Rule

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield would like to remind passengers that the restriction of ONE item of hand baggage per person is still in place.

Each passenger is restricted to carrying only one item of hand/cabin baggage (in addition to the re-sealable liquids bag) through the airport search point with a maximum size of 56cm x 45cm x 25cm.

A laptop bag is regarded as your one item. Laptop computers and other large electrical items (e.g. a large hairdryer) will have to be removed from cabin baggage and screened separately.

Pushchairs, walking aids and wheelchairs are permitted but will be screened.

Liquids - 100ml Rule

Restrictions are in place limiting the amount of liquids that can be taken through the airport search area.

Passengers may carry small quantities of liquids, but only within separate containers holding up to 100ml each.

Containers must be placed in a single, transparent, re-sealable plastic bag, which itself must not exceed 1 litre in capacity (approximately 20cm x 20cm). The contents of the plastic bag must fit comfortably so that the bag closes properly when sealed.

Only ONE transparent bag of liquids is permitted per passenger, and must be presented for examination at the airport search area.

Remember that ‘Liquids’ includes:

* All drinks, including water, soup, syrups * Cosmetics, creams, lotions, oils, perfumes, mascara, etc * Sprays and pressurized containers including shaving foam and spray deodorants * Pastes, including toothpastes * Gels, including hair and shower gel * Any other solutions and items of similar consistency

Liquid items larger than 100ml must be packed within your hold luggage and checked in to the aircraft hold.

Exceptions to the 100ml rule

Medicines

Essential medicines may be permitted in larger quantities above the 100ml limit, but will be subject to the authentication that is already currently required.

Baby Food or Milk

Baby food or milk is exempt from the 100ml rule, however, you should only carry what you need for the flight, and you may be asked to taste the items at the airport search area.

Outsize items

All items of luggage larger than the permitted cabin baggage size (maximum length 56 cm, width of 45 cm and depth of 25 cm) must be checked in to the aircraft hold.

Musical instruments will, as an exception, be allowed as a second item of cabin baggage, but will need to be screened and passengers should check with their airlines if special arrangements (e.g. purchasing an extra seat) for these large instruments will be required.

Preparing for your Journey

Passengers are asked to bear in mind the following advice to help make their passage through the airport as efficient and comfortable as possible:

Before you arrive at the Airport:

Limit quantities of what you may need in the cabin for the duration of the flight.

Wherever possible, put liquids in hold baggage.

Prepare the re-sealable bag of liquids before arriving at the airport.

Check any queries you have with the airport or airline before travelling to the airport.

At the Airport Security Point:

Be ready to hand over your re-sealable bag of liquids for screening as you approach the security check point. It will be screened at the same time as your cabin luggage.

All coats and jackets will have to be removed ready to be screened and items including wallets, keys and belts will have be placed in plastic trays and scanned separately.

If you are carrying a Laptop or any other large electrical item within your cabin luggage then please have it ready for separate screening as you approach the security check.

After the Airport Security Point - Duty Free / Departure Lounge Purchases:

Passengers may take on board liquid items of any size that are purchased after the security check in the Departure Lounge (sometimes referred to as ‘Airside’).

Duty Free or similar purchases will be given to you in a special sealed bag. Do not open this bag until you have reached your final destination. You should also retain your proof of purchase throughout your journey. You will be required to show it at all transfer points.

Please note restrictions apply to duty free purchases made on return journeys where passengers change flights at an EU airport. These are explained in detail in the next section.

Returning To Or Travelling Via The UK

Travelling from an airport in the EU, Norway, Iceland or Switzerland:

The arrangements outlined above will apply, except that larger cabin bags will be permitted on a transitional basis until April 2007.

Travelling from an airport in any other country:

Local arrangements will apply. Special information for transit passengers:

If your journey involves changing flights at any EU airport, special restrictions apply. You may only take duty free purchases through the security check point at your connecting airport if they have been purchased at another EU airport, or on board an aircraft operated by an EU carrier. You will need to show proof of purchase to demonstrate this. Purchases from other airports or on board other airlines may only be carried as hold baggage on the connecting flight.

The member states of the European Union are:

Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom.

Robin Hood Airport welcomes passengers with special needs. We endeavour to ensure our facilities maximise use and access of the premises. In designing the terminal buildings and facilities we have attempted to apply standards and good practices in order to provide an inclusive environment.

You must ensure that you pre-notify and specify your needs with the airline or tour operator when you book your flight; we cannot guarantee all of the assistance services for non pre-notified passengers.


Special Assistance Services

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield has appointed a contractor to provide special assistance services to support disabled passengers and persons of reduced mobility (PRMs).

On arrival at the airport, please follow the procedures below:

Departing Passengers

Communicate your arrival at the airport and request assistance as follows:

From the Car Park:

  • On arrival call 01302 625 099 or press the help button posted on the car park barrier.
  • A member of staff will then meet you in the car park if required.

Inside the Terminal:

  • A phone is situated on main terminal desk, signposted “Wheelchair Assistance” which will ring through for assistance.
  • Seating is provided next to the main terminal desk for passengers to be seated while they await assistance.

Support and assistance is available as follows:

  • Lifting baggage and/or mobility equipment out of the vehicle (staff should not be expected to lift the disabled person out of the vehicle).

  • Movement from the collection point to check-in.

  • Checking-in and registering baggage.

  • Proceeding from the check-in desk to the aircraft, with completion of immigration, customs and security procedures.

  • Moving to the toilet facilities if required.

  • Accessing the Terminal facilities, money exchange, cafés, retail outlets, if required, and where time permits. Where a customer prefers to explore the Terminal facilities without escort, a place and time (bearing in mind boarding time, security queues, etc) will be agreed to meet and proceed to the Gate. A ‘shopping service’ is NOT available; in exceptional circumstances, assistance may be provided to purchase essential refreshments and medications.
  • Boarding the aircraft, with lift-on if required.

Arriving Passengers

Arriving passengers will be met at the aircraft and assisted to:

  • Disembark, with lift-off if required.
  • Proceed to baggage reclaim via Immigration and Customs control if required.
  • Assistance to identify and lift reclaimed baggage.
  • Proceed to landside:-

- Arrivals area - if the passenger is being met.

- Car Parks - assistance to lift baggage and/or mobility equipment in to the

vehicle (staff should not be expected to lift the disabled person in to the vehicle).

- Bus/taxi pick-up area - assistance with baggage and/or mobility equipment as required.


Wheelchairs

Wheelchairs are available at all times and can be requested when booking your flight. You will be able to remain in your wheelchair until you are at the aircraft for boarding. Your wheelchair will be available at the aircraft as soon as you disembark.


Car Parking

Parking spaces for passengers with disabilities are available at the front of the airport car park. These are available on a first come, first served basis and cannot be reserved. 

For further information on car parking please click here


Terminal Facilities

The Departure Lounge, with restaurants, bars and lounge area, and Airport Security are all located on the first floor and are accessible by lift.


Toilets

Toilets for passengers with disabilities are available on the ground floor, the Departure Lounge and Arrival areas.


Ambulift

Robin Hood Airport has an Ambulift available to automatically lift passengers and wheelchairs up to the aircraft door. This makes for a smooth, efficient and convenient boarding/disembarking for passengers. Ambulift use is subject to aircraft type and weather conditions.


Service Standards  

For further information about Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield’s Service Standards, please click here

The information contained in this section offers all passengers the guidance and information they need to make their passage through Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield a quick, hassle-free and enjoyable one.


Checking In

The flight information display screens, located in the main concourse, indicate the appropriate check-in times for your flight number. Flight tickets and passports/photographic I.D will be checked, ‘hold’ baggage weighed an labelled, and a boarding card issued.

You will require your boarding card to proceed through security points and when purchasing goods from the tax and duty free shops. You will also need your passport and boarding card when boarding the aircraft at the gate indicated.

Check-in times vary from 3 hours to 40 minutes depending on the airline that you are travelling with, however we would recommend that you check-in at least two hours before departure. Please confirm your check-in time with your travel agent or airline in advance.

Check-in, ticket sales and reservation desks for all airlines are centrally located in the main concourse. Flight information is displayed throughout the terminal building on monitors.

Extended check-in times during Winter 2013/2014

Check-in times during the Winter season are as follows:

  • Thomson - 3 hours to departure except the 06:00 departure which will be 2.5 hours to departure.
  • Wizz Air - 2.5 hours to departure
  • Ryanair - 2 hours to departure

Ticket Desks

All ticket desks are situated on the left hand side on the main concourse.


Security

Once you have checked in for your flight, you should proceed to the First Floor via the esculators or lifts to the Departure Lounge via passport control.

Before entering the Departure Lounge all passengers must pass through security. Here, your boarding card will be inspected and you will be required to go through security screening. All hand baggage and coats will be passed through on an X-ray scanner and should be kept to a minimum.

See Items Not Permitted below

Security checks are subject to change.


Baggage Security

NEVER leave baggage or personal belongings unattended in or around the terminal, as they will be removed and may be destroyed. Please be sure baggage checked in or taken with you on your flight belongs only to you.

Do not accept parcels or packages that belong to others (even friends), unless you can check the contents yourself. In the event of a passenger carrying an item for another person, this information must be declared.

Remember, never leave your baggage in the care of a stranger and always put your name and address on a label ‘inside’ your baggage.

When asked questions about your baggage, you must answer carefully and clearly. In the UK, it is now an offence to give false answers to such questions. Even the most casual remarks may be treated as a real threat and will brought to the attention of the police.


Items Not Permitted

Please note that security restrictions are subject to change and Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield recommends that passengers consult their airline/tour operator before travelling for the latest information.

The list below is an example of items which are not permitted on board an aircraft:

For safety reasons, the following items must not be taken onto the aircraft:

- Liquids*

- Lighters (only 1 per person permitted)

- Lighter fuel

- Ammunition

- Gas cartridges / refills

- Firearms (including toy guns)

- Paint

- Knives

- Acid

- Mercury

- Explosives

- Weapons, or items that could be used as a potential weapon

*Liquids - Some liquids are allowed through security, however, there are restrictions on the quantity that can be taken through.

Note: Carrying dangerous goods on-board an aircraft is an offence and may be subject to a penalty.

A full list of restricted items can be obtained from your airline/tour operator, or for the latest information, you may wish to check with the Department for Transport at www.dft.gov.uk


Tourist Information

The Tourist Information Centre can be found on the Airport’s main concourse alongside the Airport Information Desk. The area contains information on where to visit and accomodation in Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire.

To book a taxi to or from Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield, please contact Little Arrows taxis.

01302 625 555 - available 24 hours a day.

View a map of the area surrounding Robin Hood Airport showing the local motorway network

Local Motorway Network Map

Locally Robin Hood Airport can be accessed from both the A614 and A638. To view the local motorway map, please click here

Key Towns & City Map

To view where Robin Hood Airport is located in relation to rest of the UK, please click here

Doncaster Rail Station is the closest station to Robin Hood Airport, situated just 7 miles away. The dedicated AirLink Service 91 combined with local services link the Airport to Doncaster Rail Station every 30 minutes.

For more information on train times and stations, please visit www.traveline.org.uk or ring Traveline on 0871 200 22 33.

Journey Planner

Visit www.travelsouthyorkshire.com to plan your journey. Type in ‘Robin Hood Airport’ and your chosen departure/arrival point, and the online Journey Planner will offer you the best method of public transport for your chosen journey.

Easy Link to Rail Services

As Doncaster is a major rail station on the National Express East Coast Line, there is a frequent rail service linking us to various other major networks.

The First 91AirLink service links Doncaster Station with Robin Hood Airport from the A1 stand at Doncaster Interchange. This is a daily service and operates up to every 30 minutes. The journey takes under 25 minutes.

You can purchase a ‘through-ticket’ to Robin Hood Airport from any GNER service. Simply state your final destination as Robin Hood Airport when you purchase your ticket, either in person or online at http://www.nationalexpress.com/

The 91 service operates with specially designed buses, providing customers with:

  • Extra legroom
  • Additional luggage racks for handling luggage and heavy baggage
  • CCTV on both decks for customer safety
  • Low floor access without steps to allow customers with pushchairs or wheelchairs to board easily
  • High specification interiors for your comfort
  • Low emission engines to protect the environment
  • Buses used on the service are fully Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) compliant

For more information, including a full AirLink service 91 timetable, click here

Alternatively, you can use the local scheduled bus network to Robin Hood Airport.

For further information on both these services, please contact Traveline on 01709 515151.

For information on train times visit www.thetrainline.com or www.nationalrail.co.uk.

Robin Hood Airport is well served by buses with a network of six services providing fast links to local towns. All buses depart from the bus station outside the terminal building, including the AirLink Service 91. 

Travel South Yorkshire

 

Bus Services

Bus services are operated by First and Stagecoach and depart from the bus stops directly outside the terminal building.

Bus Number Route Summary Operator
Bus 91 or 391 Doncaster - Cantley - Auckley - Robin Hood Airport - Finningley - Epworth (391 only) First
Bus X19 Barnsley - Darfield - Goldthorpe - Doncaster - Cantley - Robin Hood Airport Stagecoach
Bus X30 Robin Hood Airport - Bawtry - Bircotes - Harworth - Bircotes - Bawtry - Austerfield - Robin Hood Airport Stagecoach

Fly to the airport on the First 91 Doncaster to Airport service

Working in partnership, First and Robin Hood Airport are delighted to provide a high quality, airport bus service between Doncaster and the Airport.

The 91 service links Doncaster & Robin Hood Airport, starting from Doncaster Frenchgate Interchange Stand A1 and also makes stops in Doncaster Town Centre on Cleveland Street and Hallgate.

Operating 7 days per week, early until late up to every 30 minutes, service 91. 

The 91 service operates with specially designed buses, providing customers with:

  • Extra legroom
  • Additional luggage racks for handling luggage and heavy baggage
  • CCTV on both decks for customer safety
  • Low floor access without steps to allow customers with pushchairs or wheelchairs to board easily
  • High specification interiors for your comfort
  • Low emission engines to protect the environment
  • Buses used on the service are fully Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) compliant

For more information, including a full AirLink service 91 timetable, click here

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield (DSA) has good public transport links to a number of major towns and cities.

Travelling to DSA by Bus

DSA is well served by buses with a network of six services providing fast links to local towns. All buses depart from the bus station outside the terminal building, including the newly improved AirLink Service 91. Click here for more information.

Travelling to DSA by Rail

Doncaster Rail Station is the closest station to DSA, situated just 7 miles away. The dedicated AirLink Service 91 combined with local services link the Airport to Doncaster Rail Station every 30 minutes. Click here for more information.

Travelling to DSA by Taxi

Please contact Little Arrows taxis, available 24 hours a day, on +44 (0) 1302 625 555

Journey Planner

Please visit travelsouthyorkshire.com

Robin Hood Airport is easily accessible from the UK’s major motorways including the M62, M1, A1 and the M18.

From the North or South via the A1

Leave the A1(M) at J34 (Blyth) and take the A614 heading towards Bawtry. Follow signs for Robin Hood Airport.

From the West via the M62

Take the M62 (eastbound) towards Hull. Leave the M62 at J35 and follow the M18 (southbound). Leave the M18 at J5 and head (eastbound) on the M180 leaving ALMOST IMMEDIATELY at J1. Follow signs for Robin Hood Airport.

From the East via the M180

Follow the M180 to the end. At the roundabout take the right hand lane. Follow all the way around. Coming back on yourself now heading eastbound on the M180. As you rejoin the M180 heading back towards Scunthorpe take the very first exit (J1) and follow signs for Robin Hood Airport.

From the North or South via the M18

Leave the M18 at J4 and follow signs for Robin Hood Airport.  

Drop Off & Pick Up

The Drop Off & Pick Up area is located in the main passenger car park.  Vehicles using the Drop Off & Pick Up area have a maximum of 15 minutes FREE of charge.  Thereafter, Short Stay car parking rates will apply.

PLEASE NOTE: NO ACCESS WILL BE GIVEN TO PASSENGER VEHICLES AT THE FRONT OF THE TERMINAL BUILDING.

For Car Parking at Robin Hood Airport click here

If you are using an in-car satellite navigation system to help you find the airport, you might find that not all of the software features Robin Hood Airport as a destination. TIP: use ‘Hurst Lane, Doncaster’ as your destination. From there you can follow signs for Robin Hood Airport.

FOR REAL TIME TRAFFIC INFO, PLEASE CALL HIGHWAYS AGENCY REAL TIME TRAFFIC INFO LINE ON 08700 660 115 (Available 24 hours BT landline calls cost no more than 8p/min; calls from mobiles usually cost more) or click here

The table below shows examples of approximate car journey times to Robin Hood Airport from various locations around the country. Please ensure you always allow plenty of time for your journey to the airport

Location Estimated journey time
Barnsley35mins
Birmingham100mins
Bradford55mins
Coventry95mins
Derby60mins
Doncaster15mins
Grimsby45mins
Hull50mins
Leeds 45mins
Leicester75mins
Lincoln45mins
London3.5hrs
Nottingham60mins
Peterborough90mins
Rotherham20mins
Scunthorpe35mins
Sheffield30mins
Stoke-on-Trent95mins
York45mins

For Doncaster Sheffield Car Hire, please choose from one of the following

Before setting off, Robin Hood Airport strongly recommends you check the latest traffic and travel news and allow plenty of time to reach the airport.

You may find the below websites helpful:

  • Traffic England - live traffic information covering England’s motorways and major A roads, from the Highways Agency

It is the passenger’s responsibility to allow sufficient time to check in, pass through Security and arrive at the Departure Gate at the published boarding time.

Robin Hood Airport cannot accept responsibility for any passengers that miss their flight due to traffic problems, or because they did not allow sufficient time for the checking in and security processes.

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield is situated in the heart of the Yorkshire and Humber region, close to Doncaster, Sheffield, Leeds, Hull, York and Lincoln.

Flying soon?

We recommend you get here at least 2½ hours before your flight is due to depart, to allow plenty of time to find a parking space, check-in and pass through airport security.

All passengers are reminded that it is their responsibility to ensure they arrive at the Departure Gate at the published boarding time as stipulated by their airline.

Information on travelling to or from the airport…

Address Details

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield, First Avenue, Doncaster, DN9 3RH

To make your journey through Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield easier, plan ahead and check out the latest airport information on facilities and services available.

Getting To or From Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield

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Useful Information:

Before Security (Ground Floor)

The Check-In and Arrivals areas are located on the ground floor of the Terminal Building, before Security. This area is accessible to both passengers and non-travelling visitors.

After Security

After Security, the Departure Lounge is accessible to passengers only.

Smoking is not permitted within the terminal building, however, there is an outdoor smoking area after Security.

First Choice Kids’ Corner - Now Open in the departure lounge

At First Choice, we think great family holidays start the moment you leave home.  So we’ve come up with new First Choice Kids’ Corners.

We’ve got one at Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield, so be sure to check it out.

It’s free to use and full of fun stuff for your little ones.  So while they bounce around, you can relax and still keep an eye on them.

 

The Vulcan has landed… in Doncaster!

One of Britain’s most iconic former combat planes spent last Summer in Doncaster.

Check out the Vulcan XH558’s home on the web and show your support at vulcantothesky.org


Do you have a picture you’d like to share? Why not add it to our official page on Facebook - visit facebook.com/doncastersheffieldairport

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield provides a fast and reliable Wi-Fi service that ensures our passengers can remain connected throughout their time within the terminal.

We are pleased to announce that we will now deliver the first 30 minutes FREE of charge to all visitors connecting via their laptop, tablet or smart phone device.

So whether you are looking to browse, chat or share, you can do so in a matter of moments within a relaxed environment.

Following your first 30 minutes you simply need to follow the online instructions to top up and stay connected.

Top up charges are as follows:

  • £3 for the first hour after free period
  • £5 for the next 3 hours after free period
  • £9 for the next 24 hours after the free period
  • £70 for 6 months
  • £130 for 12 months

How can I connect to Wi-Fi?

Simply select the ID _AirportWiFi from your device and follow the step by step instructions.

With two Wetherspoons, one before security and one after in the Departure Lounge at Robin Hood Airport, you’re never far away from a friendly drink or meal.

Open from the first flight of the day until the last flight, a breakfast and a full food and drink menu is available. A range of hot and cold, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks are also available.

Click here to view the menu.

Travelling with Baby?

If you’re travelling with a baby, Wetherspoons are happy to provide a customer microwave for heating of baby food and baby milk. They can also provide hot water for adding to baby milk powder or for heating.

Location

  • Departure Lounge, after Security
  • Arrivals Concourse

Opening Hours

  • First flight to last flight.

Contact Telephone Number

  • 01302 625 557 (Departure Lounge)

Best price foreign currency – Guaranteed!

For the best price foreign currency in the UK – guaranteed, order your travel money online at travelex.co.uk and take advantage of our Online Price Promise*. Buy now and collect from one of our stores at Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield before you depart.

Travelex Travel Money

Travelex is the world’s leading foreign exchange specialist offering over 70 currencies. We’re open 365 days a year, with competitive rates offering convenience and value for money so order online at travelex.co.uk or visit one of our Travelex shops before you depart at Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield

Collection Options

Order Euros, US Dollars or a Travelex Cash Passport online up to 4 hours before you travel, for collection at Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield. Order any other currency before 2pm and you can pick up at Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield the next day.

Cash Passport

The Travelex MasterCard® Cash Passport™ Prepaid Currency Card is the safer, more convenient way to carry your currency abroad. Simply load the Cash Passport with one of 7 currencies and use abroad where ever you see the MasterCard acceptance mark.

  • Free ATM withdrawals†
  • Not linked to your bank account
  • Accepted at over 28.5 million merchants and ATMs worldwide
  • Chip and PIN protected
  • Lock in your exchange rate, every time you load or reload your card
  • Available in 7 currencies; Euro, US Dollar, Australian Dollar, Canadian Dollar, New Zealand Dollar, South African Rands and British Pounds

Save money on your return

It’s hard to know how much currency you are going to need when abroad. Save money on your return. Take our Buy Back Plus for only £3.99 and we’ll buy back your leftover bank notes commission free at the original exchange rate.

Travelex Locations at Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield

  • Before Security, in the main Check-In Hall on the ground floor
  • After Security, in the Departure Lounge
  • In the Arrivals/Baggage Reclaim Area

Terms and Conditions

  • † Some ATM operators may charge a withdrawal fee or set their own withdrawal limits.
  • Cash Passport™ is issued by R. Raphael and Sons plc, pursuant to license by MasterCard International. MasterCard® and the MasterCard® Brand Mark are registered trademarks of MasterCard International Incorporated.
  • *For full terms and conditions please visit the Travelex Online Price Promise page.

WHSmith has lots of great deals in store, and is the place to go for chart books, magazines, newspapers, puzzle books, drinks and confectionery.

Now in Store

Good news for Costa Coffee fans! A new and shiny Costa Coffee vending machine is now in store at WHSmith before Security!

Located

- Check-in Hall, before Security

- Departure Lounge, after Security

Telephone:

01302 625 528


*Special Offers Terms & Conditions: Any offers included are subject to availability and not available in conjunction with any other offer. Further terms and conditions may apply, see in store for details. Promotions are run by the retailer and may be withdrawn or updated at any time.

 

World Duty Free offers shoppers an increased perfume and cosmetics area as well as a number of new products, all available at tax and duty free prices.

Passengers benefit from great savings against the high street on a range of premium brands, alcohol, confectionery, fragrance and cosmetics.

Vouchers & Special Offers

 

You will find terrific savings over high street prices on all the big name brands. In addition to alcohol and cigarettes, passengers can choose from a wide range of perfume, cosmetics and skincare products, plus gifts and treats such as tax free sunglasses, jewellery and handbags, and fashion accessories, watches, leather goods and confectionery.

Designer Bags

World Duty Free has a fabulous range of designer bags including Radley, Ted Baker and Suzi Smith, all at tax free prices.

Fragrance

As well as up to 40% off selected fragrances, World Duty Free have the latest brands in store at great prices when compared to the high street.

Shop & Collect

If you don’t want to take all your Duty Free shopping bags with you on holiday, take advantage of World Duty Free’s Shop & Collect service, allowing you to collect your shopping when you arrive back at the airport on your return journey. Ask in store for details.

Travelling within the UK or EU? Why not make use of our ‘Shop & Collect’ service if you don’t want to carry your purchases with you.

Travelling outside the EU? Ask the staff in store for our duty free ranges of alcohol and tobacco.

With tax and duty free prices, as well as a regular offers and promotions, World Duty Free is the place to make great savings over High Street prices.

Location

Departure Lounge, after Security

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A variety of Special Offers for Shops and Restuarants at Robin Hood Airport are outlined below - click on the links for more information!

Packed with a great variety of shops, restaurants and bars, Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield has something for everyone. Whether you’re travelling through the Airport as a passenger, or just dropping off a friend for their holidays, treat yourself at one of the retail outlets or stop for a bite to eat at locations throughout the Terminal.

Opening & Closing Hours

Shops and restaurants located within Robin Hood Airport open in time for passengers departing on the first flight of the day, and will normally stay open until the last flight of the day.

Best price foreign currency – Guaranteed!

For the best price foreign currency in the UK – guaranteed, order your travel money online at travelex.co.uk and take advantage of our Online Price Promise*. Buy now and collect from one of our stores at Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield before you depart.

Travelex Travel Money

Travelex is the world’s leading foreign exchange specialist offering over 70 currencies. We’re open 365 days a year, with competitive rates offering convenience and value for money so order online at travelex.co.uk or visit one of our Travelex shops before you depart at Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield

Collection Options

Order Euros, US Dollars or a Travelex Cash Passport online up to 4 hours before you travel, for collection at Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield. Order any other currency before 2pm and you can pick up at Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield the next day.

Cash Passport

The Travelex MasterCard® Cash Passport™ Prepaid Currency Card is the safer, more convenient way to carry your currency abroad. Simply load the Cash Passport with one of 7 currencies and use abroad where ever you see the MasterCard acceptance mark.

  • Free ATM withdrawals
  • Not linked to your bank account
  • Accepted at over 28.5 million merchants and ATMs worldwide
  • Chip and PIN protected
  • Lock in your exchange rate, every time you load or reload your card
  • Available in 7 currencies; Euro, US Dollar, Australian Dollar, Canadian Dollar, New Zealand Dollar, South African Rands and British Pounds

Save money on your return

It’s hard to know how much currency you are going to need when abroad. Save money on your return. Take our Buy Back Plus for only £3.99 and we’ll buy back your leftover bank notes commission free at the original exchange rate.

Travelex Locations at Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield

  • Before Security, in the main Check-In Hall on the ground floor
  • After Security, in the Departure Lounge
  • In the Arrivals/Baggage Reclaim Area

Terms and Conditions

  • Some ATM operators may charge a withdrawal fee or set their own withdrawal limits.
  • Cash Passport™ is issued by R. Raphael and Sons plc, pursuant to license by MasterCard International. MasterCard® and the MasterCard® Brand Mark are registered trademarks of MasterCard International Incorporated.
  • *For full terms and conditions please visit the Travelex Online Price Promise page.

A selection of car rental operators are available adjacent to Arrivals.  A dedicated car rental car park is also in close proximity to the terminal building.

Car Rental companies currently operating at Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield include Avis, Europcar and Hertz.

In our Travel Shop you can book everything you need for your trip.

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Ramp Agent

The successful applicant will be working within the Servisair Ramp department, main duties will include the off load and on load of aircraft, baggage sortation and driving airside vehicles therefore a full UK driving license is essential.

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