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PUBLISHED: 12:17 10 August 2009 | UPDATED: 14:00 10 October 2012

Plan now to fly to Panshangar this coming Sunday

Panshanger Aerodrome is hosting a Revival Day/Fly-in this coming Sunday for PPLs and is hoping to the relive the 1930s when historic aerodromes first started up.Expect to see:· Lots of people dressed up in 1930s clothes!· Vintage plane flying in· Vintage cars driving in· Vintage motorbikes riding in· Trad Jazz band from 2-5pm · Flight discovery workshops· Children’s games of 1930s· And even retro sweets from the Out of the Box caféAdvance bookings: £10 (£8 for members)Entry on the gate: £15If you contribute to the display whether it be dressing up in1930s or displaying your vintage aircraft, car or bike, entry isabsolutely free!Landing FeesPlease pay landing fees at the front desk.Single Engine £10Multi Engine £20Helicopters £50Visitors’ parking is the area west of the windsock, beside the housing estate, accessible only from the main taxiway. By foot, follow the trail alongside the large hanger, keeping behind the wooden posts – this is for your own safety to remain clear of the very active helicopter area.Please look out for the visitor parking signs and use the walkway by the big hanger to access the club house and the Out of the Box cafe.More information at

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