Port Meadow aerodrome
in |1917/1918 and the only building remaining, left, from the former Royal Flying Corps aerodrome
established on the meadow, close to Oxford.
Renewal of the certificate was granted following the assessment of BIA's aerodrome
by the CAA and confirms the readiness and operational capability of BIA and ensures that the landing field is safe and suitable for take-off and landing of international aircraft.
They get all the way to the perimeter of the aerodrome
, they'd actually recced the aerodrome
and seen a plane that was a potential candidate to go and steal.
When they had tested them they would pull them back and then mostly women would deliver them to the different stations, aerodromes
Women pilots and those interested in offering aviation services should contact Don Fleming at Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome
The Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) yesterday announced that special flight safety checks will be carried out at a range of aerodromes
in New South Wales and Victoria this week.
As a result, a recommendation states the Civil Aviation Authority should ensure requirements in the manual of air traffic services for aerodrome
control is suitable, suf-f ficient and complied with.
project has just been completed and ICAO findings in the identified areas have been addressed," he added.
In 1917, the aerodrome
was taken over by the Royal Flying Corps - later to become the RAF.
The Usworth Aerodrome
started life in October, 1916.
A spokesman for Borders Fire Brigade said: "A large quantity of timber and other materials were on fire in a skip at the aerodrome
, but on the adjacent site to the fire we found a number of anti-tank shells which complicated the matter.
Training took Scrivener from Pembroke College, Cambridge, to Staverton Aerodrome
, the Isle of Man and Aldergrove in Ireland before he was posted to 75 New Zealand Squadron Feltwell Aerodrome
on the Norfolk/Suffolk border.