Forthcoming Visits :

If you are interested in any of these MKAS Visits, or if you have any suggestions for any future MKAS visits, please contact Chris Bosworth by e-mail at cj.bos@ntlworld.com.

Saturday May 7th 2022
Hangar 11 Collection – North Weald

Peter Teichmann’s Hangar 11 Collection are regular sights on the airshow circuit and I am delighted that Peter has invited us to visit his operation at North Weald to see the aircraft at close quarters and find out more about the challenges of operating these wonderful warbirds – Spitfire PR.XI PL965 ( the only airworthy Mk XI), Spitfire PT879 (the Russian Spitfire) and P-51D Mustang “Tall In The Saddle”.

We are limited to 12 places for this visit with donations (I suggest a minimum of £10-15) requested to the Herts and Essex Air Ambulance to be collected on the day. Visit timings to be confirmed but around lunchtime most likely.

Wednesday June 22nd 2022
The Carpetbagger Museum – Harrington

This small but fascinating museum focuses on the story of the USAAF’s 801st (Provisional)/ 492nd Bomb Group at Harrington airfield in Northamptonshire and in particular its role delivering secret agents and supplies to Resistance groups. It also covers the base’s time as a Thor missile launch site.

The visit starts at 18.15 and the cost will be £10/head

Saturday July 9th 2022
The Buccaneer Aviation Group – Kemble

A visit to watch their two Buccaneers undergoing a full anti-det workout and also performing a fast taxi-run. As a group we have a discounted price and will also have the chance to talk to former aircrew.

The cost is £30 per head and I need to confirm numbers by the end of April

Sunday September 11th 2022
De Havilland Museum – London Colney

A guided tour of this splendid museum which contains 3 Mosquitos including the prototype. It will also give us the opportunity to see their new hangar to which we contributed a very small part of the project costs!

The visit starts at 10.30 and the cost will be £20 per head

Polish Aviation Museum, Krakow  
New date to be confirmed (likely 2023)

A group of us will be visiting this excellent museum which houses a great selection of Cold War jets from the Eastern Bloc as well as "Goehring's Toys", a unique collection of WW I fighters collected by Goehring in Berlin and rediscovered in Poland after WW II. It also gives you the opportunity to make a long weekend in and around the beautiful city of Krakow. Please let me know (07860 629494 or cj.bos@ntlworld.com) if you are interested in coming along and I will provide further details.