Lydd aero Club

Lydd Airport, Kent, TN29 9QL

01797 320734



  • 2012 Fly-outs
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  • 2014 Fly-outs
  • 2015 Fly-outs
  • 2016 Fly-outs
  • 2017 Fly-outs

    2017 Flyout programme

    Seats in Group Aircraft always available to pilots and non-pilots on a cost sharing basis

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    Saturday 25th March


    1st fly-out of the year can be more weather-dependent than the rest, but let’s hope we can make it this year. We are going to try again to get to Duxford the home of the Imperial War Museum. Even if you have not visited before there are more than enough attractions to fill your time.


    Beginners Flyout

    Sat 22nd Sun 23rd April



    (Recommended for Students or low -hours PPLs)

    The beginner’s fly-out is proving most popular and this year we will use our 4-seat PA28, which will allow students to be carried on all three legs out and back thereby getting the most from each other’s experiences

    We will stop at EARLS COLNE and CRANFIELD before overnighting in Wellesbourne or Oxford, then WYCOMBE and SHOREHAM on the way back. The usual fleet of club and group planes will accompany the fly-out. Very cost effective flying

    Vulcan at Wellesbourne


     Sat 27th to Mon 29th May



    Cornwall's finest beaches and a taste of the Atlantic await us on August Bank Holiday weekend.

    Great flying, fantastic scenery not a Euro in sight!

    Given half decent weather this will be a memorable fly-out. Sea food or Cornish pasties? That is the only question.




    24th and 25th June



    One of the finest cities wthin easy reach from Lydd. Lille has featured on previous flyouts and with good reason. The capital of the French region of Nord-Pas de Calais has great cultural and commercial past and this is reflected in its architecture and ambience. From narrow streets to wide open squares, it will not disappoint. It will also give us all chance to mingle with the airliners at a GA friendly regional airport.




    22nd - 23rd July



    The second largest of the Channel Islands it is also, arguably, the prettiest. Compact, friendly, a blend of Anglo Saxon culture and Huguenot France. Various options on how to get there include the direct sea route, the Isle of Wight route or the Northern France scenic alternative.




    Sat 26th to Mon 28th August



    Trier is the former western capital of the Roman Empire and it also lays claim the being the oldest city in Germany. The flight itself is not difficult and will take you over the Ardennes, through Luxembourg before descending over the Mosel River into Trier Fohren airfield. Great architecture, great wine and, of course, the ubiquitous Weiner Schnitzel!



    Midden Zeeland

    Sat 9th to Sun 10th September


    Another Club favourite, this manicured-lawn grass runway sits at the centre of Zeeland and offers many options, including camping under the wing, hangar bunks and hotels in cosmopolitan Middelburg or the ancient harbour at Veere. The airfield itself has a great garden restaurant where you can sip a beer and watch the planes come and go.

    Midden Zeeland