Airfields 9.

EGNH Blackpool (Squires Gate)
Opened in 1909 this was the home of the original Official Airshow, it was  attended by over 200,000 people. Following WW2 usage the airfield was  taken over by Blackpool Corporation and subsequently became a Limited  Company.
This airport closed in November 2014



Download Blackpool Lighting BGL

Optional High  Intensity Apron Lighting. Please remove the EGNHscenerylighting.bgl  file included with the master file above before installing this file.
You will also require: by Sidney Schwartz

Blackpool Lighting



EGTG - Bristol Filton
Famous as a development center and home to Concorde. Just 10 minutes from  Bristol City Center. This package comes with Concorde, an A380, AI  traffic file and ample parking for you to do your own thing. You don't need to go to extremes and taxi out to Bristol Airport, you have Filton available for free on your city center doorstep.

Concorde at Filton

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EGGP - Liverpool (John Lennon)
Presently undergoing major expansion the Airport has plans to greatly increase  both passenger and cargo figures between now and 2020.

Liverpool Airport




EGDA - RAF Brawdy
Approximately 8nm from Haverfordwest. Last in service in 1997 the airfield appears in FSX photo scenery but is not landable. It is now! With parking for  over 20 AI aircraft (not supplied with this package), it is somewhere  to fly the occasional fast jet from. All four runways have full ILS.

Brawdy on Finals

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EGHQ - Newquay / RAF St Mawgan
First opened in 1933 under the name RAF Trebelzue. This airfield has been  much used over the years and now also has a civilian side, Newquay  Cornwall Airport . Due to close as a military airfield in August 2008,  it will continue on in its civilian role.

EGHQ Mawgan




EGBW Wellesbourne Mountford
With Custom Control Tower by David Morgan
Early in 1941 the Government purchased over 200 acres of Warwickshire  farmland 6 miles East of Stratford Upon Avon.By Summer, new runways had  replaced crops and livestock and the farmhouse of the Littler family.  It was designated as RAF Wellesbourne Mountford, the base of No.22  Operational Training Unit until the close of the war in 1945. No. 22  OTU was equipped with Vickers Wellington bombers supplemented by Avro  Anson navigational trainers.

Wellesbourne Mountford

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