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Newcastle-upon-Tyne Aero Club

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[1]Newcastle-upon-Tyne Aero Club

Founded: 1925.

President: Colonel Sir Joseph Reed.

Membership: 254.

Aircraft: Three D.H. Moths.

Aerodrome: Cramlington, Northumberland.

Railway Stations: Cramlington, Northumberland; Newcastle (Haymarket), 15 minutes by 'bus.

Accommodation: Hangars, club house.

Instructor: F. P. J. McGevor.

Hon. Secretary: Captain J. H. Boyd.

Address: Cramlington Aerodrome, Northumberland; 1 Saville Place, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. 1933 Who's Who in British Aviation