This historic airport, built in 1942 for the Royal Canadian Air Force and later used by the Hawker Aircraft Company as a test centre, will soon be redeveloped for housing. After fifteen years, this was the last ever weekend of air displays at Dunsfold.

Wings and Wheels was brought forward from its usual slot at the end of August to include the Red Arrows, who leave for their American tour in July. The heavy rain showers didn’t dampen the enthusiasm of the participants as they put together a fitting farewell.

Wings & Wheels 2019 – my photos

Radio frequencies

The following frequencies were in use:

Display130.675
Dunsfold Radio119.1

Orientation

Runway 25 was in use, with the crowd facing north-west. The sun was behind the crowd until 16:00.

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