Coordinates: 50°06′10″N 5°40′14″W
The aerial photo of Sennen on the homepage of this site was taken during a scenic flight from here.
There is also an airport cafe, with great views of the planes taking off and landing, which is open to anyone whether you’re taking a flight or not.
The airport started commercial flights in the mid 1930s using de Havilland Dragon biplanes. For most of its history, the airport used grass runways; however, two asphalt runways were installed in 2014.
For route information and prices visit Land’s End Airport site (external link).