Come any time before 1pm if flying in and wanting a sausage.
We will be there from 11 till 5.
Weather conditions here.
Standard approaches at http://www.wlac.co.uk/wlac/pilot-information/
PPR with them on 01628 823272 and 122.600.
Red Bull Air Race shouldn't affect but keep an eye on NOTAMs
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Helipaddy invites you to a friendly afternoon with fellow aviators at the beautiful White Waltham Aerodrome, home of West London Aero Club and a site of great historical aviation significance.
Conveniently located 35 miles from London, White Waltham is well known throughout the British aviation community, and for good reason. A BBQ lunch will be available and a vintage Westland Scout will be on display, as will the HeliSAS Autopilot and safety augmentation system from Genesys Aerosystems who will be present on the day for any enquiries. The event is being supported by Vintage Air Rally, who will be launching their book ’The Race for the Cape’, a limited edition publication focusing on the history of record breaking flights between London and Cape Town, in the lead up to their own Crete to Cape air rally leaving this November. The author, Martin Barraclough, a fixed wing pilot who spent the early years of his pilot career flying around Africa, will also be present to give a short talk on the rich aviation history surrounding this route.
The lovely WLAC clubhouse will be open for guests wishing to relax indoors and there will of course be Helipaddy giveaways on the day. Landing fees will be waived for those uplifting 50L of fuel.
Please contact Helipaddy directly to confirm your intention to come, all are welcome.
We hope to see you there! Please make sure to follow us on Twitter - @helipaddyapp - for event updates.
PPR - email@example.com
+44 560 364 5001
SAFETY NOTICE : Pilots should be aware of the NOTAMS / RAT in place for the day, with the Red Bull Air Race being held at Royal Ascot. The coordination order for the day is available here.
Fuelling notice : For those used to WLAC fuelling procedures, they will be different on the day. All refuelling will be done by a bowser being driven to the aircraft, with no rotors running fuelling available.