Brimpton Airfield PPR Request

Brimpton Airfield

Close to RAF Greenham Common, the airfield was founded in the 1950s by Sir William Mount, a director at Miles Aircraft in Woodley, Berkshire. In the 1970s, the airfield was used by crop spraying contractors for local agriculture until 1979 when it was designated for public civilian use. Since 1983 there have been Percival Provost aircraft based at the strip. Brimpton Airfield is due south of a point equidistant between the Berkshire towns of Reading and Newbury, in the gently ascending fields south of the A4 road.

Airfield Details


Lat: 51.3839 Long: -1.1692

Airfield PPR Contact Details

Phone: 07836 775557


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