1st March 09 - Robert Turner - Newark
"Flew into Wickenby from Nottingham yesterday in a C172 and don't know why I've left it so long. Was told to expect a relaxed and welcoming 'small club' environment. Was advised it can be a little hard to spot so intercepted the Gamston R085 radial over Scampton and looked out for the chicken sheds that give the game away. Never spotted the chicken sheds and hence the runways until 2 miles out, but once you have them it's a doddle. Welcomed in without PPR, easy left hand circuit for 21 and helpful /parking advice. Club house very laid back atmosphere. Never had the time at hand to fully appreciate or get chance to visit the WW2 museum upstairs (which apparently has some particularly sobering paperwork amongst its collections). Bacon butty was top notch and landing fee only £7. Definately one to revisit when a couple of hours to while away in the summer. Possibly combine a visit with that go in a microlight I've been meaning to have (they have a school there).”

5 Jun 07 - Steven Perez - Lincoln
“This is where I trained for my PPL so I'm biased. Nice people and a good welcome awaits you when you visit. ”

29 May 06 - john m machin
“Visited on 27th May - what a wonderfull part of the world. What i could not get my head round was the hospitality of all at the airfield and all concerned . For the first time in visiting an airfield I felt welcomed. Upon entering the tower I felt the overwhelming warmth of WW2 . What a feeling. What an experience - will most definitely visit again.”

28 Jun 06 - Edward Hawkins
“I flew into Wickenby for the first time today, even though it is only 15 minutes from Humberside. It is a pleasant little airfield with two runways. Wickenby is an ex World War II bomber base and some of the original buildings remain, including the control tower which is very much in use. There is a lounge area downstairs where food and drink can be bought. There are also various souvenirs on sale – I bought a DVD about the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, which is based at nearby Coningsby. Upstairs there are numerous WWII artefacts on display. I will certainly be visiting Wickenby again.”