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G-AMSV Returns to Coventry

An old friend returned to Coventry yesterday when G-AMSV, in her striking Indian Air force livery, landed here for extensive maintenance by our engineers. Sierra Victor was part of the Air Altantique fleet here for many years. She'll...

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Baginton Air Pageant

The initial details for the Baginton Air Pageant are up on the website! As we don't have the space for a full-on air show attracting 20,000 or so people, we're aiming for low-key, themed days like this. A couple of thousand people,...

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Newquay Pleasure flights

We promised we'd be back to fly in Cornwall, and here we are. We'll be heading south with a Rapide and Chipmunk to spend a week at Newquay from 25th July, with a further visit planned in August. The flights are bookable in the normal...

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New Dakota Book

Geoff Jones just told me that his new book on the DC-3, released to celebrate the 80th anniversary of the Dak's appearance, is now available. The cover sports a lovely shot of G-ANAF, shot by Simon Westwood before her radome goiter was...

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Nimrod Engine Run

We've just confirmed plans by NPT to run all four of the Nimrod's Rolls-Royce Speys on Saturday 9th May. We expect the thunder to start just after lunchtime. Come along and enjoy some audio power - and please dip into your pockets...

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Aerojumble at Classic Air Force Airbase: 28th June 2015

What better way to waste the longest day of the year than spending it among an array of vintage aviation, exploring mounds of... bits of vintage aviation?

Aerojumble is a pretty loose term - we won't turn you away if you want to sell your collection of flood-damaged crisp packets from the golden era of snackage (14th October 1968 to 3:12pm on the 11th May 1973 according to most authorities). We can't guarantee that people won't point at you, but we won't turn you away. Promise.

More than anything, the day should be fun. If you find something fabulous, then that's a bonus.

Date: 28th June 2015
Opening Times: 11:00am to 5:00pm
Admission Price: £5



Celebrity Visitor

Overshadowing everything - literally - will be the vast bat-wings of Vulcan XH558 making her visit to the Vulcan airframe at our neighbouring Midland Air Museum. Expect to see her between 1:15 and 1:30.

Our Meteor NF11 will be on the move on Sunday too as part of her busy airshow schedule this year. If the timings fit together, then we'll try to put the Meteor up as the Vulcan comes over, to give you a unique photo opportunity. No promises on this - a lot of things have to come together for it to work out - but regard it as a bonus to seeing two Cold War icons in flight - spectacular even if they're not together.

As you're almost certainly aware, this will be XH558's final year of flight, so this could be your last opportunity to see this magnificent bird in the air.


Sell Your Stuff

Straight from the car, or set up your stall

There'll be car-boot style pitches as well as larger spaces for established retailers. We also have a limited number of indoor pitches alongside our collection.

You're welcome to turn up on the day, but if you want to be sure of your space, Click below to see the options, or call us on 02476 882600 if you have specific requirement.

 Book your space