Wickenby Aerodrome

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AerodromeWickenby Aerodrome has been an active airfield since the 1960s, and was used as a satellite station for operations by Lancaster Squadrons 12 and 626 during World War Two. Today, Wickenby Aerodrome is home to many successful companies and a thriving aviation community made up of professional and recreational pilots. The site also hosts an active flying club, Wickenby Museum and Archive, and Tea Rooms in the old Control Tower.

Fly366There are many privately owned aircraft on the airfield including vintage aircraft such as a Tiger Moth and Airco DH.2 through to multi seat turbine aircraft and high performance aerobatic machines. We have an active flying school which offers tuition on microlight flex and fixed wing aircraft, cessna JAR NPPL instruction, aerobatic tuition, vintage tigermoth flights and helicopter instruction.

Why not pop in today to have a look for yourself and meet some of the locals. Remember, flying activity is subject to suitable weather! View visitor comments.
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