Trial flights on offer as Chatteris Airfield gets ready to host open weekend

PUBLISHED: 11:12 30 April 2014 | UPDATED: 11:12 30 April 2014

Chatteris airfield Microlight centre open day. Pilot Katie Denham in her Microlight.

Chatteris airfield Microlight centre open day. Pilot Katie Denham in her Microlight.

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After last year’s successful offering, Cambridgeshire Microlights is once again holding an open weekend at Chatteris Airfield on May 17-18.

Flying club at Chatteris airfield. Flight in a Microlight. Flying club at Chatteris airfield. Flight in a Microlight.

The centre is doing discounted trial flights and club members will be on hand to talk about what’s involved in learning to fly.

The club, which has been going since 2005, attracts flying enthusiasts of all ages and backgrounds.

The event runs from 9am-6pm on both days. Tea, coffee and cakes will be available. For more information call Katie on 07879 779280 or e-mail www.cambridgeshiremicrolights.co.uk

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