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Blackpool and Fylde Aero Club

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February 1910.

Jack Kemp.

(Associated with National Flying Services Ltd.[1]

Founded: 1930.

President: Sir Lindsay Parkinson, J.P.

Membership: 40.

Aircraft: Two D.H. Moths, one Desoutter, one D.H.61.

Aerodrome: Stanley Park, Blackpool.

Railway Station: Blackpool.

Instructor: I. W. Mackenzie.

Hon. Secretary: D. L. Harbottle, LLB.

Address: The Municipal Aerodrome, Stanley Park, Blackpool; Hon. Secretary, Town Hall, Blackpool.

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. 1933 Who's Who in British Aviation