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  • Rougham Vintage Aircraft Flyin

    The Vintage Aircraft Flyin (All aircraft types welcome) is to be held at Rougham Airfield near Bury St Edmonds on Sat. 14th & Sun 15th August.
    A chance to enjoy this delightful airfield with its Control Tower Museum.

    The Airfield is unlicensed and operates on 123.165 MHz at all times. 900m well-mown grass runway orientated 09/27 with adjacent full-length taxiway, good airfield signage and runway marker cones. Runway 09 TORA 780m, LDA 910m, runway 27 TORA 930m, LDA 760m. 09/27 are RH circuits with 1500ft overhead join to avoid local MATZ and 1000ft circuit height.

    PPR Contact the airfield - Skyward Flight Training 07763 148640.

  • #2
    I guess you mean September, not August?
    Don't think I can make it, but it should be fun.
    Martin Watson
    Microlights in Norfolk
    Fixed Wing Instruction - Exams and GSTs - Revalidations
    07805 716407


    • #3
      Yes, thanks Martin, maybe I was trying to hold back the seasons


      • #4
        Originally posted by Ginge Sunley View Post
        Yes, thanks Martin, maybe I was trying to hold back the seasons
        Well, the weather was on our side a beaut of a weekend, good flying, good company and a brilliant mix of aircraft to admire, see attached



        • #5
          Is that your TST I can see lurking in the background Ginge ?
          Just had the inspection done on mine now and was able to do the check flight on Sunday morning
          Now we are happy ! 90BBFC18-68A4-4DA4-A25F-3CB907EAAE62.jpg
          Last edited by Martin Aubrey; 17th September 2019, 19:33.


          • #6
            Yup, that's us it was a great flyin. There was a a lovely Phantom, several Rans and a couple of C42s amongst the crowd but only one flex which I thought was a bit weird. The rest were a great mix of flash modern and beautiful classics, I went on the Saturday but I uderstand that Sunday was good as well.

            Yours is looking good and I bet you are itching to get some airtime, well done!