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22 Sep 20

Having last visited some 4 years ago, I thought a trip to the seaside was in order on one of the last warm flying says of September. EGHF have invested in some interior decor and extracting £ 20 for an SEP is now done in a more convivial atmosphere. COVID security is good with the now ubiquituous perspex screen at the payment/reception point situated beneath the imposing control tower. WC facilities have been spruced up too. Pedestrian access to the coast is simply out of the back of the control tower building rather that a pilot's gate as was the case in the past. Another improvement. parking for aircraft is on long and somewhat bumpy grass in front of the tower (although nothing too bad or alarming). We had asked to park on the hard somewhere (twice -once in writing, once again over the phone) sadly both were ignored - but no problem. It's sad that such a large airfield can't accommodate a simple request but hey ho. The town is not up to much and for those hoping for more than a cafe or fish and chips perhaps a pub might be a better option - there are several. There are plenty of nice benches on the coast to sit and admire the boats on the Solent. There is also a cafe attached to the control tower block although we wanted a short walk so didn't visit. The Hovercraft museum might be worth a look - but was closed .... hey ho..... & people wonder why small towns struggle....

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14 Dec 18

LFA members Cirrus SR22 inside Hangar 16

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Warbirds
31 Jul 16
Another new arrival
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Film stars
31 Jul 16
Three Spitfires line up ready for departure. 2 Mk1's and a Mk5 are at Lee on Solent for the week and are painted for the new Hollywood blockbuster 'Dunkirk'. They were joined by a 109 from Duxford together with a large collection of radio controlled models flown from support helicopters.
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Schleicher KA 6CR Glider G-DGEF
28 Jul 15
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Happy days
28 Jul 15
Leading cadet Cooper and Senior Pilot Carl Mason enjoy the weather above the Solent in a Grob 109B during the recent Sea Cadet Gold and Silver week's course at Lee courtesy of PNGC.
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Great weather
28 Jul 15
PNGC's Grob 109B ready to depart for another training flight
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Portsmouth harbour from the Grob 109B
28 Jul 15
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Grob 109B
26 Jul 15
P.N.G.C.'s Grob 109B was the aircraft chosen for the Sea Cadet Aviation Team's air experience week at Lee. 11 cadets spent the week studying navigation and radiotelephony with everyone getting at least two flights during the weeks course around the Solent and the I-O-W
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Motor Glider
26 Jul 15
The RF5B is a later version of the RF5 motor glider, it has longer wings and a bubble canopy which gives excellent all round visibility. Like the motor faulke its engine is based on the VW Beetle engine but though modified for aviation by Limbach has a completely different layout. This aircraft, which is some 30 years old is constructed almost entirely of wood with plywood and fabric covering.
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K13 ready for launch
29 Jun 15
a K13 belonging to the RNGC about to be winch launched
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13 Jan 13
Very efficient and very friendly. Well done Lee Flying Association! Tea and coffee on site or walk off the airfield for several good eateries (listed on the web site). Do visit.
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13 Jan 13

Very efficient and very friendly. Well done Lee Flying Association!

Tea and coffee on site or walk off the airfield for several good eateries (listed on the web site).

Do visit.

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6 Sep 08
Taken on a jolly
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30 May 05
Final approach to runway 23, just short of the numbers.
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SW Lewes
17 Jan 05
On the return leg of my Cross Country flight to Lydd. Just passed Lewes at approx 2000ft amsl. About to descend into Shoreham. Sheep on the hills.. baaaa..
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