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Aircraft:- Cessna 152 (2), Cessna Aerobat (1), Cessna F172N (1), Piper Cherokee 180 (1)
In the early 1970's, a small group of Civil Servants started a flying group and obtained financial help from the Civil Service to buy a Cessna 150, dear old G-AVAP. The Group operated from a caravan "off" the field beyond now what is holding point "Delta". Very small beginnings! Because more members were available outside the civil service, ties were broken and Seawing Flying Club started to progress and build, under the very able and professional wing of the late Danny Wolfe. By the 1980's Seawing had many aircraft, an on-going RAF Cadet contract, FIC training a large membership and excellent social functions! Today other than the RAF scheme, which unfortunately no longer functions anywhere (due to RAF budget cuts). The club continues to be busy, friendly and professional organization. Please use the form below to request more information.