Turweston is host venue to a number of fly-ins throughout the year, including several Vintage Aircraft Club rallies.
We are sometimes fortunate enough to have impromptu fly-pasts too - have a look at this video and be sure to have the volume turned up to capture the sound of that Merlin engine!
The ex-British Airways Pilots pay us a visit every year, gathering in the café to have lunch and catch up with one another, and several other small club fly-ins take place.
If you would like to organise a fly-in at Turweston please contact Tanya Coles on 01280 705400 or email.
Charity Events, Corporate Entertainment, Education
We get involved in lots of different events, from Corporate Days to Camping Weekends.
We have a separate Events area at the Aerodrome with grass and hard-standing and a dedicated events entrance which provide an ideal branding opportunity. It can be used to create an Event Village, for static shows or just for car parking.
At Turweston we are keen on supporting education from a young age and welcome the opportunity to get involved with local schools.
We were honoured to be the host venue for the Dreamflight pre-trip meeting in 2015, 2016 & 17. Click on the link to see what this amazing charity does for deserving children. We are also involved with fly2help / Air Smiles (http://www.fly2help.org/) whose mission is to inspire change in people's lives through the wonder of flight.
Car Club Meets
Turweston Aerodrome is a great venue for static car club meets. We have ample parking space on hard-standing, easy access from the M40 and M1 and a great background for photographs. The vehicle parking/display area is close to the cafe and offers a great view of the runway. Please contact Tanya Coles to discuss arrangements for a club meet.
UK Cycling Events
UK Cycling Events (www.ukcyclingevents.co.uk) hold Cobbler and Wiggle events in Spring and Autumn from Turweston. Making use of our ample parking space, around 1000 cyclists participate in each event.
The Wiggle Sportive takes place at Turweston
on Saturday 28th October 2017