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Cardiff Aeroplane Club

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Cardiff Aeroplane Club[1]

Founded: 1931.

Chairman: Captain W. R. Bailey.

Membership: 200.

Aircraft: One D.H. Moth.

Aerodrome: Cardiff Municipal Airport.

Railway Station: Cardiff.

Instructor: W. N. L. Cope.

Secretary: Arthur S. Davies.

Address: Cardiff Municipal Airport, Cardiff.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1933 Who's Who in British Aviation