The Boys are back in Town
After a very long wait, the Trust has received the Permit to Fly for its Albatros DVa. It was moved to Stow Maries on 15th October taking advantage of a rare break in the weather. It was escorted by John Gilbert’s Nieuport 17 who flies with the Trust Read More about “The Boys are back in Town”…
Be a Patron of WW1 AHT
We have over 3000 followers on Facebook which is growing daily and is a fantastic achievement! With our fleet returning to 3 aeroplanes this year, we need to increase the number of Patrons supporting our important Task of advancing education of the (r)evolution of aviation during the Great War and the amazing fortitude of air and ground crews alike. Join us!!! Read More about “Be a Patron of WW1 AHT”…
The WW1 Aviation Heritage Trust is a registered Charity (1156699) set up to provide an enduring flying collection of World War I Allied and German aeroplanes. Our goal is the education of current and future generations as testimony to the aircrews of the Great War, their planes, and their sacrifice.
Keeping the Aviation Legacy of World War One Alive!
The WW1 AHT Collection will:
Advance your understanding of the history of the evolution of military aviation during the Great War by flying displays, dioramas and educational courses.