A range of beautiful classic aircraft from times gone by
Working together with The Vintage Aircraft Club, a separate section will be devoted to vintage and classic aircraft ensuring that visitors will benefit from a new and extended choice of MUST SEE aircraft.
The aim of the Vintage Aircraft Club is to provide a focal body for owners, pilots and enthusiasts of vintage and classic light aircraft by arranging fly-ins and other events for the benefit of its members.
The Vintage Aircraft Club is affiliated to the Light Aircraft Association (LAA), supports the General Aviation Awareness Council and has representation with the Historic Aircraft Association.
Should you have interests in this area of aviation, then you certainly need to belong to the Vintage Aircraft Club who welcome new members and support.
Classic Aircraft on Display at AeroExpo UK 2012
The Pietenpol Aircamper is a vintage homebuilt that dates back to 1928 but it still enjoys a strong following today, over 80 years on.
DH Moth, the classic vintage aeroplanes, many of which are now operating on an LAA Permit to Fly.
The BE-2 ‘Biggles Biplane’ replica celebrated 100 years since the type first flew on February 1st 1912, and in May will take part in celebrations to mark the centenary of the founding of the Royal Flying Corps.