This is one of two Chinooks that recently in formation. It’s always a please and we hope to see them once again soon!

Thanks to John Davidson for the photo.


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In July, Welshpool held a fly-in from Shobdon Aerodrome with seventeen aircraft in attendance ranging from a 1939 De Havilland DH 94 Moth Minor to a Scottish Aviation Bull Dog.

Photography by Brian Nicholas

Captain America

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While Captain America has many super powers, flight is not one of them. It is only right therefore that he keeps an aircraft at Welshpool. Captain America wasn't willing to talk to us about his secret mission but we have no doubt this incredible adventure was worth of a third film.

Thanks to Toby Jones for the photos.

Scooby snaps

Our favourite photographer has been busy snapping away at our recent visitors and has amassed quite a collection – including Scooby Doo!

Photography by Brian Nicholas

  • N134TT - Cessna O-1E Bird Dog, not a copy from C170 from which it was developed. Built in 1957 for Armee de I’air in Algeria. In the markings of US Marines typical of the Vietnam War era.
  • G-GDRV - Vans RV-6, on 8th April 2006 piloted by Manuel De Queiroz completed a solo round the world flight a total distance flown was 27,052 miles and hours flown as it touched down at Gloucestershire Airport was 165 hours and 19 minutes.
  • G-BNUN - Beech P59P Baron, in the markings of British Midland, with out the tail logo.
  • WK512 - DHC-1 Chipmunk 22. Built in 1951 in the colours of the Army Air Corps.
  • G-ASAU - Welshpool's, Juliet Tango Group Moranne Saulnier Rallye Club.
  • Piper PA-34 Seneca II with a bit of Body Art.
  • G-CHWM - Rotorsport UK Cavalon.
  • G-NATT - Rockwell Commander 114A. 1967
  • Piper PA-28 Cherokee, looking in good health.
  • G-NINC - Piper PA-28 Cherokee. Flintshire Flying School, just about to do a touch and go.
  • G-CHHJ - Eurofox 912.
  • G-OECM - Commander 114B. Departing on its way home.
  • Slingsby T61F Venture T Mk2.
Rollason Condor

Rollason D62B Condor

This lovely D62 came to visit us to take in our sunny warm weather.

The Condor was developed by Norman Jones of Rollason Aircraft & Engines from an earlier French design. Proud of his independence and lack of government funding (and in no way taking a swipe at the French), Norman Jones painted onto one of his early Condors “This aircraft is British Made – Private Enterprise and No Taxpayers Money”.

Spring arrival

We are pleased to announce that Spring has finally arrived, and with it our apron is once again busy with visiting aircraft. Below is a selection of our recent visitors.

Photograhy by Brian Nicholas

  • G-SFLY, Diamond DA40 Diamond Star
  • G-BOIR, Cessna 152
  • G-MARKS, Cirrus SR22
  • G-CESZ, CZAW Sportscruiser
  • G-TORA, Cessna 172 Skyhawk
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