Goodwood Aerodrome is steeped is history. It was active from July 1940 to May 1946 as a Battle of Britain station, operating Hawker Hurricanes, P-51 Mustangs, and Supermarine Spitfires. Today, Harvards, Spitfires and Mustangs are based here and are available for unique flight experiences.
Fly in a Spitfire
Take a flight of a lifetime in Britain's most iconic aircraft. Take off from the grass runway of this World War II airfield and fly in the same skies where the Battle of Britain was fought. From £2550.
Take the controls of the historic 1943 Harvard. Famed as the training aircraft for World War II Spitfire pilots, you can feel the majesty and roar of this lesser known, but no less exciting, aircraft. From £499.
This unique full-day experience includes three flights - in the WWII Harvard "warbird", the modern Cessna and the more challenging Piper Super Cub. You will take the controls of each aircraft, be given a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the historic Goodwood Aerodrome, including a private tour of the hangars and a chance to meet the aviation team. Price £1195
Fly in a P-51 Mustang, the American World War II aircraft, made famous by the addition of a Rolls-Royce Merlin engine. The aircraft, known as The Shark, wears the colours and 'shark-mouth' of the Royal Air Force's 112 Squadron. From £1950.