Milton Keynes Aviation Society

enthusing about aviation since the year 2000

Tuesday March 3rd 2015

Chester / Hawarden Airfield

A visit to this airfield where we will have tour of their general aviation facilities and also see the collection of stored Russian aircraft including Antonov-2s. Mil-2s, two Sukhois and a MiG-23 fighter/bomber. Please note that the tour does not include the Airbus or Marshalls facilities at the airport and no photography will be allowed whilst inside the airport.

This visit is now FULL.

Thursday March 19th 2015

RAF Lakenheath

We are invited to join members of the Herts Aviation Society on their visit to see the United States Air Force F-15 Eagles at Lakenheath. We hope to visit the tower and also the end of the runway for photography as well as getting to see at least one F-15 at close quarters.

This visit is now FULL.

Monday / Tuesday April 20th / 21st 2015

RNAS Culdrose and the International Helicopter Museum

On Monday we have a tour of RNAS Culdrose, the largest helicopter base in Europe, with its squadrons of Sea Kings, Merlins, and Hawks. We will visit all the based units and also the nearby satellite airfield at Predannack to see the collection of retired aircraft used by the Royal Navy School of Firefighting. On Tuesday, we have the International Helicopter Museum at Weston-Super-Mare to ourselves including access to their stored collection of helicopters which are not normally available for viewing.

This visit is now FULL.

Tuesday April 21st 2015

The International Helicopter Museum

The museum is opening up especially for us on this date so there is no limit on numbers and so I can offer this visit as a standalone option in addition to the combined visit with Culdrose.

The cost will be £10 which includes access to the stored aircraft collection which is normally only open to the public twice a year.

Thursday May 21st 2015

Behind the Scenes at the Shuttleworth Collection

We have been invited by Peter Holloway, one of the collection’s pilots and owner of a number of aircraft including the Fieseler Storch, for a “behind closed doors” tour of the museum. Peter will guide us through some of the collection’s more interesting machines with the possible option of retiring to a local hostelry afterwards.

The visit will begin at 17.00 and the cost will be £15 but a further £10 on the night will gain you a year’s membership of the SVAS with all its benefits.


Forthcoming Visits

For all visit bookings please contact our Visits Organiser (see the 'Contact Us' page for details).

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