October, 2013

Final details from Tamworth Aero Club

Your club will be open all day over the Festival weekend. The bar is open from 12.00 and meals will be available Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. We won’t have our usual menu as our tiny kitchen wouldn’t cope (not to mention the brave souls that work in it). Consider leaving the car at home. …Continue reading


Avro Anson on display at Tamworth festival of Flight

Avro Anson – Role Multirole aircraft, primarily a trainer Manufacturer Avro First flight 24 March 1935 Introduction 1936 Retired 28 June 1968 Primary users Royal Air Force Fleet Air Arm Produced 1930s–1952 Number built 11,020 The Avro Anson hangar at Tamworth airport will be opened both Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th October by the Lions …Continue reading


Hannafords Buses will run to the Festival of Flight

Geoff Searle of Hannaford’s Coached have organised for buses to run to the Festival at the airport so leave your car at home and bus out on both Saturday 18th October and Sunday 19th October for a great experience. More details on times and routes will be available shortly.   No charge


ADF participation in the Tamworth Festival of Flight

The ADF has confirmed the following for the Tamworth Festival of Flight. Royal Australian Navy Three helicopters will be on static display for the Aviation Careers Day (Friday 18th October) as well as the two public Air Show Days. They will bring a Squirrel, Bell 429 and a Seahawk helicopters.   Royal Australian Air Force …Continue reading