Sat Jul 27, 2019 7:19 pm
Oh, and by the way, much of the letter is a pack of lies. There was next to no investment and there was no night flying until the lighting system was installed at a cost of under £6000 two years ago. (a piece of design and realisation of which I am very proud.)
This figure doesn't include the time and manpower put in by Old Sarum, to be fair.
There is a skydiving company, the Shadow centre and two flying schools as well as a decent number of aircraft hangared there. There is also a hangar in good condition for sale on the site that would certainly generate enough revenue to render the airfield handsomely profitable on its own as well as service its mortgage costs but it is clear that the owners would prefer to fence the airfield off and sell it to a land bank.
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