Dunsfold Airfield Past And Future - History Society Preserves Aviation Heritage
Introduction Dunsfold Airfield offers an interesting history both in terms of World War II activities and post-War development of military aircraft that
ROYAL AIR FORCE TRANSPORT COMMAND, 1943-1945.
The interior of a Vickers Warwick C Mark I of No. 525 Squadron RAF based at Lyneham, Wiltshire,, looking towards the cockpit from the passengers' cabin. The wireless operator sits at his position on the left.
AIRCRAFT OF THE ROYAL AIR FORCE 1939-1945: MILES M.14 MAGISTER.
Magister, G-AFBS 1, of No. 8 Elementary Flying Training School based at Woodley, Berkshire, in flight with the blind-flying hood unfolded over the pupil's cockpit. This aircraft was impressed from the civilian register and was subsequently given the Air Ministry serial number BB661.