Sandtoft Airfield (ICAO: EGCF) opened in February 1944 as a satellite for RAF Lindholme, Bomber Command. It is located in Belton, North Lincolnshire, England approximately 12 miles (19 km) northeast of Doncaster, which pushes it just off the top of the Southern half mill chart and hence it’s selection for today’s challenge.Continue Reading →
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PPR obtained from Wolverhampton – Halfpenny Green [EGBO] and we were off. But of course there is always a catch with aviation…Continue Reading →
My IMC training really honed my skills. I spent the majority of time ‘under the hood’ because the weather was usually very good. Perversely, when I tried to fit in some trips in between, there were winds and rain.Continue Reading →
So how did we get to developing aviation apps designed for pilots by pilots? My flying began about 3 years ago whilst sitting in my garden watching the aircraft in the circuit for Fairoaks, just on the southwest edge of Heathrow airspace. I had never considered being part of it. From out of nowhere I thought […]Continue Reading →
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