Aerodrome News


Tiger Moth flights coming soon

26th February 2009

You can already fly all manner of aircraft at Sywell from microlights to a WWII Harvard - but soon we will be starting our own Tiger Moth operation.

Enjoy flights in this classic open cockpit biplane that trained so many RAF pilots at this very airfield.

More details can be found here.

Already available of course are 30 and 60 minute trial flying lesson vouchers to take to the air in one of Brooklands' modern AT- 3 training aircraft, a fantastic experience as a one-off, or first step into getting your private pilots licence! Starting at just £85 for a half hour flight, a voucher makes a perfect gift - buy online here.

Finally for this update, the Sywell Aviation Museum is holding another talk on 30th March - 'Five of The Few' - click here for details.

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