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Thank you for visiting T6 Harvard Ltd. We look forward to flying with you soon from our preferred location at Peterborough Conington Airfield, Fowlmere Airfield and Old Warden Airfield and museum. The best value for money in the UK & Europe to fly, arguably the most famous T6 Harvard in the land. “The magnificent Wacky Wabbit”– Amazing opportunity to fly in this warbird!
T6 Harvard Ltd is an organisation created to promote Warbirds, History, Aerial sport and leisure aviation to attract new trainees or new members; maybe after a flight with us, you may decide to become a pilot yourself or a member; of our team!
ABOUT OUR HARVARD WARBIRD PACKAGES
OLD WARDEN – THE SHUTTLEWORTH COLLECTION EVENTS
PETERBOROUGH CONINGTON AIRFIELD
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Please read the FAQ for all those small questions you may have – https://www.t6harvard.com/harvard-services/frequently-asked-questions-experience-flights/.
Below are our dates for our bespoke warbird flights, which take place at Peterborough Conington, followed by the Old Warden special events, which are all 20-minute warbird flights (Ts and Cs Apply)
HOW TO FIND US
Peterborough Conington Airfield – Click on the map.
Peterborough Business Airport is a privately owned airfield in the English county of Cambridgeshire near Holme and Conington, 7 NM, south of Peterborough. Address: Peterborough Business Airfield, Holme, Peterborough PE7 3PX
Old Warden – The Shuttleworth Collection Museum – Click on the map
Old Warden Aerodrome is located six nautical miles east southeast of Bedford, in Bedfordshire, England. The privately-owned aerodrome serves The Shuttleworth Collection, which contains many vintage aircraft and cars, many in working condition. Address: Aerodrome SG18 9EP, United Kingdom
Fowlmere Airfield – Manor farm, Fowlmere SG8 7SH, UK – Click on the map
In Spring 1940, a satellite landing ground for Duxford was prepared around Manor Farm, this time on the west of the B1368 looking north. This second incarnation designated Fowlmere simply as airfield G1 and later WA1. From 1 July Spitfires of 19 Sqn, RAF was detached with crews using tented accommodation plus several Nissen huts throughout the Battle of Britain period. These Spitfires were remarkable for including some of the first cannon-armed models; constant blockages restricted their use in the Battle, though. One newly-trained member of 19 Sqn to visit Fowlmere was ‘Johnnie’ Johnson, later to become the RAF’s top-scoring ace.
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