From Propellers to Jets, explore the fascinating development of training aircraft at Cranwell There’s still time to see Cranwell Aviation Heritage Centre’s current display – Training Aircraft at Cranwell which is open to the public until March 2017. Training Aircraft at Cranwell is the Centre’s latest display detailing Cranwell’s history as a training school, giving visitors the opportunity to learn about the types of aircraft that have flown at Cranwell over the last 100 years. The display shows the development of aircraft through the years and was inspired by the success of their 100 Years of Aviation exhibition which was held earlier in the year to celebrate the centenary of Cranwell opening as an airbase. The exhibition received over 300 visitors over three days and was extended due to its popularity. “Cranwell has such an extensive history,” says Heritage Assistant, Angela Riley “there are nearly 40 aircraft that have flown at Cranwell, all with fascinating facts which visitors will be able to explore whilst enjoying the display.” Training Aircraft at Cranwell will be open to the public until Friday 26 March 2017 from 10am to 4pm. Seasonal open hours apply – visit www.cranwellaviation.co.uk for further details. For more information please contact Cranwell Aviation Heritage Centre on 01529 488490 or email email@example.com. For more information about the centre please visit www.cranwellaviation.co.uk.
Tucano from Cranwell Aviation Heritage Centre archives
Vampires from Cranwell Aviation Heritage Centre archives
Explore, Discover, Experience the Heart of Lincolnshire! Great days out for all the family! Explore local heritage, discover beautiful countryside walks and experience the district’s vast aviation history all in abundance within the district. This is a North Kesteven District Council service. www.heartoflincs.com