Air-Britain’s 40th anniversary Fly-In
22nd & 23rd June 2019
Turweston Aerodrome (EGBT ), Nr Brackey, NN13 5YD
The 40th Air-Britain Fly-In took place at TURWESTON AERODROME over the weekend of 22-23 June. Our thanks go to our hosts the Turweston Flight Centre Ltd , the owners who brought a wide variety of aircraft to our event, exhibitors, all the volunteers involved and the public for giving us your support. With over 170 aircraft on the airfield over the weekend there was plenty to see and admire. A small number of awards were given as shown in the table below (table attached).
We hope that you will support us again in 2020 and as always new visitors, exhibitors and vendors will be welcome. Details for the 2020 Fly-In will be announced shortly.
FLY-IN AWARDS 2019 - Awarded Saturday 22 June
|AWARD CATEGORY||CRITERIA|| Winner
|JOHN COOK MEMORIAL TROPHY||The aircraft which embodies the "Spirit of the Fly-In", the "Enthusiasts choice".||G-AWLO Stearman||Jim Mann (Owner)
|ANTIQUE AEROPLANE COMPANY||BEST RESTORATION||G-OHAL Pietenpol||Anthony Tyan-Fecitt|
|A J JACKSON TROPHY||CONCOURS D’ELEGANCE
Best presented aircraft of any type
|G-BROO Luscombe||Peter Bush|
|40th Anniversary||For attending 1st and 40th event||G-BALF DR400||Graham Wasey
|Longest flight to Turweston||G-CPCD Jodel 221
|David Taylor||Arrived from Montpellier and Chateauroux France,|
|Longest return flight||G-JACM Technam P2008||Dale Kurtin||From Jersey|