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Cinque Ports Flying Club

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January 1934.
March 1934.

[1]Cinque Ports Flying Club (under the management of the Brooklands School of Flying), of Lympne Airport

Founded: 1928.

President: The Rt. Hon. Earl Beauchamp, K.G., P.C., K.C.M.G., T.D.

Flying Members: 200.

Aircraft: Three Gipsy Moth Mark I, D.H. Moths with slots.

Aerodrome: Three miles from Hythe, 58 miles from London just off the main London-Folkestone road.

Railway Stations: Westerhanger (Southern Railway), Sandling Junction.

Accommodation: Hangar for about twenty light aeroplanes, club rooms, two inns near the aerodrome.

Instructor: K. K. Brown.

Manager: W. E. Davis.

Address: Lympne Airport, Kent.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1933 Who's Who in British Aviation