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X4HB Airport photo
X4HB Airport
2016-12-27
former RAF Hibaldstow now a parachute centre
X4KL Airport photo
X4KL Airport
2016-12-27
former RAF Kirton in Lindsey now home of the Trent Valley Gliding Club
X4KL Airport photo
X4KL Airport
2016-12-27
former RAF Kirton in Lindsey now home of the Trent Valley Gliding Club
EGBR Airport photo
EGBR Airport
2017-03-25
view across the former WWII bomber base at Breighton, the grass strip is to the right of the photo
X5BL Airport photo
X5BL Airport
2017-03-25
Hawker 700 at Birchwood Lodge Airfield which was featured in the TV programme
X5BL Airport photo
X5BL Airport
2017-03-25
Birchwood Lodge Airfield
X4SK Airport photo
X4SK Airport
2017-03-25
Skipwith Airstrip
X4EV Airport photo
X4EV Airport
2017-03-25
Elvington, home of the Yorkshire Air Museum
X4EV Airport photo
X4EV Airport
2017-03-25
Elvington, home of the Yorkshire Air Museum
X4EV Airport photo
X4EV Airport
2017-03-25
Elvington, home of the Yorkshire Air Museum
X4EV Airport photo
X4EV Airport
2017-03-25
Elvington, home of the Yorkshire Air Museum
X4GW Airport photo
X4GW Airport
2017-03-25
Gipsy Wood Airstrip, Yorkshire
X4GW Airport photo
X4GW Airport
2017-03-25
Gipsy Wood Airstrip, Yorkshire
X4EV Airport photo
X4EV Airport
2017-03-25
Elvington, home of the Yorkshire Air Museum
X4GP Airport photo
X4GP Airport
2016-10-15
on finals for 27 at Gary's Place
X4OS Airport photo
X4OS Airport
2016-10-15
remains of RAF Ossington
X4NM Airport photo
X4NM Airport
2016-10-15
North Moor Airfield
X4WT Airport photo
X4WT Airport
2016-10-15
Newark Air Museum at the former RAF Winthorpe
X4WG Airport photo
X4WG Airport
2016-10-15
former RAF Wigsley watchtower
X4BL Airport photo
X4BL Airport
2016-10-15
Remains of RAF Blyton located 5 miles NE of Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, built in 1942 and was home to several squadrons that operated Wellington, Lancaster and Halifax bombers during WWII
Gamston Airport, Retford, England United Kingdom (EGNE) photo
2016-10-15
departing from Gamston
X4WT Airport photo
X4WT Airport
2016-04-10
RAF Winthorpe opened in September 1940 as a Heavy Conversion Unit, training Avro Lancaster crews. In 1964 it was purchased by the Newark and Nottinghamshire Agricultural Society, It is also home to the Newark Air Museum which opened in 1973
Turweston Aerodrome Airport, Turweston, England United Kingdom (EGBT) photo
2016-04-10
RAF Turweston opened in November 1942 as a bomber training school. It closed in September 1945, but was retained by the Air Ministry and used for vehicle storage, housing the Army's stocks of Bren Gun Carriers. It became Turweston Aerodrome in 1994
X9SH Airport photo
X9SH Airport
2016-04-10
South Hykeham airfield, Lincolnshire
Silverstone Heliport Airport, Silverstone, England United Kingdom (EGBV) photo
2016-04-10
Opened in 1943 as RAF Silverstone and was the base for No. 17 OTU operating the Vickers Wellington. It hosted the first ever Formula One World Championship race on 13th May 1950 which was won by Juan Manuel Fangio in his Alfa Romeo 158
RAF Benson Airport, Benson, Oxfordshire, England United Kingdom (EGUB) photo
2016-04-10
RAF Benson opened in April 1943 and currently home to 28 Sqdn, 33 Sqdn operating Pumas, 230 Sqdn and 846 NAS Merlin helicopters
X3SP Airport photo
X3SP Airport
2016-04-10
RAF Spitalgate. The base served as HQ for the Dambusters raid on the Ruhr dams of Germany in May 1943. Air Marshal Harris and Barnes Wallis, the inventor of the"bouncing" bombs, monitored communications from the mission air crews throughout the night
X3SY Airport photo
X3SY Airport
2016-04-10
RAF Saltby opened in 1942, it was used by both the RAF and USAAF. During the war it was used primarily as a transport airfield. After the war it was closed in 1945. it is now home to the Buckminster Gliding Club
X2OK Airport photo
X2OK Airport
2016-04-10
RAF Oakley At the end of the war it was used to repatriated prisoners of war, Operation EXODUS in May 1945 saw the return of over 15000 PoWs. It was used in the opening sequence of the James Bond movie Octopussy when the Acrostar Jet flew through a hangar
X1MD Airport photo
X1MD Airport
2016-04-10
private strip called Micheldever
X3MK Airport photo
X3MK Airport
2016-04-10
RAF Market Harborough opened in 1943 was home to a squadron of 61 Vickers Wellington bombers, which flew on day and night missions, and later Hawker Hurricanes and Curtiss Tomahawk fighter planes.
X2GC Airport photo
X2GC Airport
2016-04-10
RAF Greenham Common opened in 1942, it was used by both the RAF and USAAF during the Second World War and the USAF during the Cold War. More famous for the Cruise missiles of the 501st Tactical Missile Wing and the 19-year Womans peace protest.
RAF Barkston Heath Airport, Grantham, England United Kingdom (EGYE) photo
2016-04-10
RAF Barkston Heath, originally used by the USAAF 9th AF operating Douglas C-47, Now home to both 703 Naval Air Squadron and 674 Squadron Army Air Corps who operate the Grob G 115 Tutor in a training role.
X3MY Airport photo
X3MY Airport
2016-04-10
former RAF Melton Mowbray, built in 1941. originally intended for aircraft maintenance but was taken over by RAF Transport Command. Also used as a Thor Strategic missile site between 1959 and 1963
X3MY Airport photo
X3MY Airport
2016-04-10
former RAF Melton Mowbray, built in 1941. originally intended for aircraft maintenance but was taken over by RAF Transport Command. Also used as a Thor Strategic missile site between 1959 and 1963
Leicester Airport, Leicester, England United Kingdom (EGBG) photo
2016-04-10
Leicester Airport. former RAF Leicester East, Home to RAF 190 sqn and 196 sqn which operated Short Stirling
Leicester Airport, Leicester, England United Kingdom (EGBG) photo
2016-04-10
Leicester Airport. former RAF Leicester East, Home to RAF 190 sqn and 196 sqn which operated Short Stirling
X1SD Airport photo
X1SD Airport
2016-04-10
Sheardown Farm airstrip, Ibworth
X2FN Airport photo
X2FN Airport
2016-04-10
former RAF Finmere, built in 1941. no 13 OTU operated Bristol Blenheim Mk1 (short-nose) and Mk4 (long-nose) bombers, later converting to de Havilland Mosquitos
X2FN Airport photo
X2FN Airport
2016-04-10
former RAF Finmere, built in 1941. no 13 OTU operated Bristol Blenheim Mk1 (short-nose) and Mk4 (long-nose) bombers, later converting to de Havilland Mosquitos
EGDD Airport photo
EGDD Airport
2016-04-10
Bicester Aerodrome, formerly RAF Bicester, Dating back to 1916, this military airfield is notable as the location of the first flight of the prototype Handley Page Halifax in 1939 and was later the home of No. 71 MU, RAF. the RAF finally left in 2004.
X4TB Airport photo
X4TB Airport
2016-04-10
Temple Bruer strip
Sturgate Airfield Airport, Lincoln, England United Kingdom (EGCS) photo
2015-06-07
on finals for RW32, 460 mtrs long
Sturgate Airfield Airport, Lincoln, England United Kingdom (EGCS) photo
2015-06-07
on finals to RW27, 820 mtrs long
Sturgate Airfield Airport, Lincoln, England United Kingdom (EGCS) photo
2015-06-07
the disused part of Sturgate, the old peri track is still visible
Sturgate Airfield Airport, Lincoln, England United Kingdom (EGCS) photo
2015-06-07
returning to Sturgate
X4BL Airport photo
X4BL Airport
2015-06-07
Remains of RAF Blyton located 5 miles NE of Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, built in 1942 and was home to several squadrons that operated Wellington, Lancaster and Halifax bombers during WWII
X4BL Airport photo
X4BL Airport
2015-06-07
Remains of RAF Blyton located 5 miles NE of Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, built in 1942 and was home to several squadrons that operated Wellington, Lancaster and Halifax bombers during WWII
X4BL Airport photo
X4BL Airport
2015-06-07
Remains of RAF Blyton located 5 miles NE of Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, built in 1942 and was home to several squadrons that operated Wellington, Lancaster and Halifax bombers during WWII
X4BL Airport photo
X4BL Airport
2015-06-07
Remains of RAF Blyton located 5 miles NE of Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, built in 1942 and was home to several squadrons that operated Wellington, Lancaster and Halifax bombers during WWII
Sturgate Airfield Airport, Lincoln, England United Kingdom (EGCS) photo
2015-06-07
over Sturgate
Oyonnax Arbent Airport, Oyonnax France (LFLK) photo
2013-03-16
over Oyonnax Arbent Airport, France enroute to Geneva
London City Airport, London, England United Kingdom (EGLC) photo
2012-03-10
over London City airport on approach to Heathrow
X7SE Airport photo
X7SE Airport
2009-10-16
The old landing grounds at former RAF Sealand last used in 2006 by No 631 Volunteer Gliding Squadron flying Viking TMk1 gliders.
X7SE Airport photo
X7SE Airport
2009-10-16
The old hangars at the former RAF Sealand site can be seen on the left of the main road
Hawarden Airport, Chester, England United Kingdom (EGNR) photo
2009-10-16
main factory at Hawarden building wings for the A320 family
Hawarden Airport, Chester, England United Kingdom (EGNR) photo
2009-10-16
Airbus A380 wing factory at Hawarden
Hawarden Airport, Chester, England United Kingdom (EGNR) photo
2009-10-16
view down taxyway Delta and the A380 factory
Hawarden Airport, Chester, England United Kingdom (EGNR) photo
2009-10-16
about to touch down on R/W 04 at Hawarden
Caernarfon Airport, Caernarfon, Wales United Kingdom (EGCK) photo
2009-10-16
Looking back at Caernarfon after departing from R/W 26
Caernarfon Airport, Caernarfon, Wales United Kingdom (EGCK) photo
2009-10-16
on approach for R/W 02 at Caernarfon
Caernarfon Airport, Caernarfon, Wales United Kingdom (EGCK) photo
2009-10-16
Looking back at Caernarfon after departing from R/W 26
Caernarfon Airport, Caernarfon, Wales United Kingdom (EGCK) photo
2009-10-16
disused runway at Caernarfon
Liverpool John Lennon Airport, Liverpool, England United Kingdom (EGGP) photo
2010-08-03
departing from Liverpool John Lennon Airport onboard Ryanair B737 EI-EFC
Liverpool John Lennon Airport, Liverpool, England United Kingdom (EGGP) photo
2010-08-03
The original Liverpool Airport at Speke, the old terminal building and apron can be seen to the left of the picture
X7LP Airport photo
X7LP Airport
2009-10-16
Glider airstrip at Lleweni Parc
0000 Airport photo
0000 Airport
2009-10-16
Private airstrip at Llanfairfechan, North Wales
Hawarden Airport, Chester, England United Kingdom (EGNR) photo
2009-10-05
departing from Hawarden
Welshpool Airport, Welshpool, Wales United Kingdom (EGCW) photo
2009-10-05
approach into Welshpool
X7SE Airport photo
X7SE Airport
2009-07-02
RAF Sealand DARA site
0000 Airport photo
0000 Airport
2009-07-02
Private airstrip at Llanfairfechan, North Wales
0000 Airport photo
0000 Airport
2009-07-02
Bryngwyn Bach airstrip, home of Spitfire MK.T IX G-CTIX
X7SE Airport photo
X7SE Airport
2009-07-02
Two Belfast Truss hangars at the former RAF Sealand site
Hawarden Airport, Chester, England United Kingdom (EGNR) photo
2009-07-02
Finals for R/W 22
Hawarden Airport, Chester, England United Kingdom (EGNR) photo
2009-07-02
returning to Hawarden
Caernarfon Airport, Caernarfon, Wales United Kingdom (EGCK) photo
2009-07-02
departing from R/W 26 at Caernarfon
Caernarfon Airport, Caernarfon, Wales United Kingdom (EGCK) photo
2009-07-02
departing from R/W 26 at Caernarfon
Caernarfon Airport, Caernarfon, Wales United Kingdom (EGCK) photo
2009-07-02
departing from R/W 26 at Caernarfon
Sleap Airfield Airport, Shrewsbury, England United Kingdom (EGCV) photo
2009-02-10
on approach to Sleap Airfield
Sleap Airfield Airport, Shrewsbury, England United Kingdom (EGCV) photo
2009-02-10
on approach to Sleap Airfield
RAF Shawbury Airport, Shawbury, England United Kingdom (EGOS) photo
2008-11-07
RAF Shawbury from 2000 ft
Hawarden Airport, Chester, England United Kingdom (EGNR) photo
2008-11-07
short finals into Hawarden, its just started raining
Wellesbourne Mountford Airfield Airport, Wellesbourne, England United Kingdom (EGBW) photo
2008-11-07
heading NW away from Wellsbourne Mountford
X3HE Airport photo
X3HE Airport
2008-11-07
remains of RAF High Ercall, Shropshire, UK. viewed from 2000 feet and looking southwest
Sleap Airfield Airport, Shrewsbury, England United Kingdom (EGCV) photo
2008-07-23
Disused airfield at Poulton, enroute to Hawarden
Sleap Airfield Airport, Shrewsbury, England United Kingdom (EGCV) photo
2008-07-23
Final approach to Sleap