4 out of 5, that’s a pretty good hit rate, shows how nice the weather has been really, and is a really nice way to jump back into things after a long drought in February and early March. I really hope that tomorrow holds up too and does not go the forecast way (Cloudy with a chance of rain). There were some beautiful, old and amazing planes today topped off with a nice set of pilots, I counted at least 6 waves or thumbs-ups! It might not look like there were too many, and granted, there were not many aircraft but all but three showed up at least twice.

As I did not go up to the top, all aircraft are active

These were the aircraft seen:
  • G-AKPF (Miles M14A Hawk Trainer 3)

  • G-AVLT (Piper PA-28-140 Cherokee)
  • G-BBMZ (De Havilland DHC-1 Chipmunk)

  • G-BCCK (Grumman AA-5 Traveller)
  • G-BHFK (Piper PA-28-151 Cherokee Warrior)

  • G-BNJT (Piper PA-28-161 Cherokee Warrior II)
  • G-BNSP (Slingsby T.67M Firefly Mk.2)
  • G BNYP LANDING AVUK 1024x576 - Spotting Report 03/04/17G-BNYP (Piper PA-28-181 Cherokee Archer II)
  • G BZME AVUK 1024x576 - Spotting Report 03/04/17G-BZME (Scottish Aviation Bulldog Series 120 Model 121)
  • G-CIFY (Piper PA-28-181 Cherokee Archer III)

  • G CRZA AVUK 1024x576 - Spotting Report 03/04/17G-CRZA (CZAW Sportcruiser)
  • G-TWLV (Vans RV-12)

Bird avuk 1024x576 - Spotting Report 03/04/17