WW1 AHT Flying Programme 2018
WW1 AHT’s Flying Programme is a fitting climax to the Centenary of the Great War with lots of shows at Stow Maries, Compiegne, Cosford,Heveningham Hall Shuttleworth, Fairford, RAF 100 celebrations, The Revival, and IWM Battle of Britain display at Duxford. The Rocking Nacelle will be on the road to various locations, Some of the programme is still provisional so watch this space. And Of course, we hope that we will be joined by the Albatros and SE5a before th eend of the summer season Read More about “WW1 AHT Flying Programme 2018”…
G-WAHT’s Rebuild is in Progress. The Albatros is back!
Exciting times for the WW1 Aviation Heritage Trust as the Albatros DVa project nears reality. Although Jean Michel Munn correctly maintains that looks were not everything back in the day when comparing the DVa with the SE5a, in these more peasceful times it certainly looks the part. Read More about “G-WAHT’s Rebuild is in Progress. The Albatros is back!”…
Become a Patron of WW1 Aviation Heritage Trust
We have over 3000 followers on Facebook which is growing daily and is a fantastic achievement! With our fleet returning to 4 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. If you would like to see the WW1 AHT become an enduring symbol of the sacrifice and bravery of the early aircrews, join now as a PoW where the benefits for you are listed. Read More about “Become a Patron of WW1 Aviation Heritage Trust”…
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.