Newquay Gets Louder
We'll be making some loud noises on Saturday 19th April when we fire up the BAC 1-11 to give her engines a bit of exercise. Squa...
It was great to re-open the gates of our Coventry Airbase on Saturday....
We opened for business at Newquay on Friday. It was a fairly low-key affair...
This Year's Model
It all started with a kind donation of 350 models by Mrs Pauline Cole. Her husband Barry, who passed away some ten years...
Sir John's Gemini
While work gets underway on our major restoration of Miles Gemini G-AKDK we're delighted to welcome a flyable version at...
To Clip Their Wings Would Be a Crime
Here they are: the winged masterpieces it's our privilege to care for. More than thirty of them. They're not museum pieces, standing polished, preserved but dead, behind rope barriers. They're alive and moving.
People around Newquay know the drill: If you hear the gravel rasp of a vintage engine or the whine of an early jet, look up. That classic wing silhouetted against the sky is the reason we work so hard to keep 'em flying.
And it's thanks to you we can keep doing it.
The pins on each of the aircraft below indicate where the aircraft is currently located. Sometimes we may need to move them without notice, so please call us if there's a particular favourite you want to see.
|Aircraft at Coventry||Aircraft at Newquay||Examples at both sites||Aircraft temporarily working away from base|