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The Official Auster 80th Anniversary Fly-In - Middle Wallop Airfield PPR

Please note: We are now accepting bookings from all ex-Army Air Corps aircraft and AOP and Battlefield support aircraft. Bookings will now close on Thursday 29th March.

Completing this form

This online form will allow you to book in to The Official Auster 80th Anniversary Fly-In and complete the required PPR for military airfields (in line with JSP 360). If at any time you get stuck and cannot complete the form please don't hesitate to email [email protected].

To complete this form you will need:

  • Your passport
  • Insurance documents for your aircraft
  • An estimated arrival and departure time at Middle Wallop

Please note that you do not need to be a member of the International Auster Club to attend this event.

Flying into Middle Wallop

Middle Wallop airfield is an active military airfield and as such has certain requirements that you may not have experienced at other airfields, these will be explained below.

PPR is absolutely essential, this online form will allow you to PPR for the event and your submission will be shared with Army Air Corps Middle Wallop and their air traffic control unit in order to confirm your PPR for the event.

On the day there will be air traffic control services provided. Approval for formation arrivals and/or departures will not be given. On arrival there will be ground marshalls to assist you to your parking position within the static park.

The Army Aviation Centre provide a full brief for visiting pilots on their website.

There will be a £10 landing fee for non-Auster aircraft in military colours. This fee allows all occupants access to the event and to the Museum of Army Flying.