Seen departing from RWY28 at Lashenden (Headcorn) Aerodrome (EGKH) on a sunny spring afternoon.
ex5N-AIJ built in 1969 Seen parked at Lashenden (Headcorn) Aerodrome (EGKH), having recently received her smart new colours.
Pictured climbing away from RWY28 at Lashenden (Headcorn) Aerodrome (EGKH) where it will climb to around 10000 ft to allow another load of parachutists to jump out.
The latest parachute plane at Headcorn.
Believed to be tha oldest flying Tiger Moth in the UK.
Built in 1987, all metal aerobatic Yak-52 piloted by Nigel Willson, departing Lashenden Headcorn.
Leaving the grass strip.
First in database in takeoff roll on the grass strip.
First in the database of this 1985 Caravan, seen departing with another load of parachutists on a sunny afternoon at Headcorn.
Stampe owners from the Tiger Club practising their formation flying.
A new paint job since I last saw her 6 years ago. I preferred the old scheme.