We are busy for the moment improving our runways and taxiways for the start of this season so more details and an RSVP form will be published in due course - at least a month before our airport fly-in.
Alex Edwards, our hangar helper and video editor extraordinaire, is putting together a clip of last year's fly-in, so those who joined us will probably see their aircraft in the clip.
More news soon. Looking forward to seeing more GA here at Kittyhawk.
We look forward to welcoming the Pipistrel Velis Electro this summer with the Aerovolt new smart aircraft charging station - ETA July 2023. Kittyhawk Airport is happy to be a part of the new southern UK network of smart charging stations. Read Aerovolt's press release here.
In the summer of 1971, I had just graduated as a cadet from the Joint Airways Pilot Training Scheme which supplied pilots for both BEA and BOAC. My joy at having in my hand the brand new light blue Commercial Pilots Licence (ink barely dry!) with it’s quaint pages tied inside a sturdy cardboard cover by […]
Time flies - it’s already been two weeks since our second fly-in and BBQ. Thank you all for coming over and taking part. We had over 200 people visit with just shy of 40 aircraft flying in. We’d hoped for more but alas wind conditions in the west of the UK meant that a lot […]
Jonny Carr, 72, has won a national hang gliding competition, claiming top spot at the Great British Aerotow Revival 2022. Congratulations from all of us at Kittyhawk! Jonny Hang Gliding Read the full article in the Argus here.
We recently announced the date of our next airport fly-in to Kittyhawk Aerodrome after the success of our somewhat last minute fly-in last September. Airport Fly-in Latest We are busy for the moment improving our runways and taxiways for the start of this season so more details and an RSVP form will be published in […]
(Destination Kittyhawk Farm. Written for LAA Magazine, Sep 2021) When I first landed at Kittyhawk Farm, it was a mistake. I had been passing by aloft on a beautifully sunny day when the radio, tuned to Safetycom and silence, burst into life. “Luscombe overhead…come down and have a cuppa…” Hard to refuse such a warm, […]