Welcome to Seething Airfield

Seething Airfield is a privately owned airfield in Norfolk situated south east of Norwich and just a few miles from the east coast. The airfield is run on a non-commercial basis by members of the flying club who benefit from low cost flying and pilot training.

 

Situated close to the Norfolk and Suffolk border a few miles from the coast the airfield lies in uncongested airspace surrounded by picturesque countryside.

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Seething Airfield is a privately owned airfield in Norfolk situated south east of Norwich and just a few miles from the east coast. The airfield is run on a non-commercial basis by members of the flying club who benefit from low cost flying and pilot training.

 

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Seething Airfield is a popular airfield for visitors from around the country and from the continent. There are no landing fees, though visitors are invited to make a donation which goes towards the upkeep of the runway and airfield facilities.

 

 

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Seething Airfield has a rich history like many airfields in East Anglia. Constructed as a base for Liberator bombers for the USAF 448th Bomb Group, you can still catch tantalising glimpses of those days on the airfield today.

 

 

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The Control Tower Museum is open the first Sunday of each month May to October.

 

 

Learning to Fly

 

Thanks to the flying club, many people have been able to realise a dream - to fly! Learning to fly an aeroplane is, perhaps, the ultimate goal for most aviation enthusiasts. Seething Airfield offer its members the facilities to learn to fly in a friendly social environment and thanks to a team of fully qualified experienced volunteer instructors and examiners you will just be paying for your aircraft rental.

 

If you wish to become a member of Seething Airfield, you can email membership@seething-airfield.co.uk

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