Tue Sep 10, 2019 9:58 am
ISTR The Flying Shack at Staverton has been known to allow a fly-in to park on their grass apron, and let pilot sleep in the clubhouse (using the facilities), and even to serve breakfast there; all by prior arrangement. I don't know how this was arranged nor whether they would let someone pitch a tent (presumably on their landside grass, with the gate locked, to satisfy airport authorities).
However, this was before a 'regime change' at both the Shack and the airport.
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