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Go Fly! Flying Light Sport Aircraft

We wish to fly ever since we were children, dreaming to become pilots. Being a pilot doesn’t necessarily mean that you transport people from point A to point B and return, in a Boeing 747 as a full time job. Some pilots just fly because they like it, because they are passionate about flying, and it’s a great way to […]

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USEFUL LINKS ACCOMODATION Elms Farm Cottages – approx 1 mile from aerodrome – owned by local farmer – see http://www.elmsfarmcottages.co.uk/ Woldsgateway – self contained holiday apartment – sleeps 4 (double + 2 singles in 2 rooms) – owned by club pilot – transport can be arranged – in quiet location in a market town close to shops/pubs/restaurants – last minute […]

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HISTORY

LINE-UP OF LINCS AERIAL SPRAYING CO.PAWNEES AND AUSTERS AT BOSTON 1966 A POTTED HISTORY Boston Aerodrome has been in use as an airfield since the 1930s perhaps earlier. In the early 30s it played host to Sir Alan Cobhams Flying Circus. It was first used as a crop spraying base in the 1940’s and was the home to the Lincs […]

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THE CLUB

Boston Aero Club consists of a membership of pilots of all types of light aircraft.Members are from many different backgrounds and have skillsets which can assist others within the club in many ways from maintenance to flying experience as well as providing recovery assistance should the need arise. The club was formed to promote and enable private flying and to […]