Category: Aviation

Category: Aviation

G-BVFA
October 28, 2019 Aviation admin

G-BVFA a Rans S-10 Sakota completed a few aerobatic sequences above the village today.

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Piper PA28 – Fly By
October 20, 2019 Aviation admin

Stubton is clearly a waypoint on aircraft that leave Nottingham City airport, such as this Piper. Attached is a flight plan for a Piper B-BXEX that didn’t quite follow his planned route this morning. When he reached Stubton, he circled the village at a particularly low altitude, before continuing on route. I wonder if the

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Apache – Low Flyers
October 3, 2019 Aviation admin

These two Apaches flew over just after 5pm. Earlier a Chinook flew in the same direction. It would seem that Stubton is a waypoint on low flying maps! Shame about the quality of the photographs, but the light is fading fast.

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Low Flying Micro-Lights
September 17, 2019 Aviation admin

Sat in the garden over the last few days I have noted several microlights flying over our village. I am guessing they use Stubton Hall as a turning point. Reg: G-CCMW G – CBGG & G-CBKN

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BBMF
August 22, 2019 Aviation admin

Visit organised on the 22nd August to the home of the BBMF at RAF Coningsby. 

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Victor – XL159
July 27, 2019 Aviation admin

Source: Information – https://aviation-safety.net/wikibase/55307 On Friday the 23rd March 1962, Victor XL159 left Boscombe Down for further low-speed trials. The crew consisted of the Handley Page test pilot Philip Murphy (28) the A&AEE pilot, Flt. Lt. Waterton (30), the Navigator Michael Evans (26) and two Handley Page Flight Test Observers, John Tank (25) and Peter

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