6th September 2018
Freddie March Spirit of Aviation Launch Party 2018
Thursday 17:00 - 20:00
This year the Freddie March Spirit of Aviation Exhibition celebrates 100 years of the RAF, and all the aircraft on display will reflect this. The launch party, held on the eve of Goodwood Revival, gives you an exclusive opportunity to get close to these aircraft without the crowds. You will also get the chance to meet many of the owners and pilots of these magnificent machines, giving you the opportunity to learn first-hand what it is like to fly these iconic aircraft.
We are very excited to announce Sir James Dyson has given us the honour of permitting us to display and run his 1943 Rolls Royce Welland jet engine. Although the engine will be a static display in the Freddie March Spirit of Aviation area, GAC members will have an exclusive preview and see the engine running.
You and your guests will be chauffeured from the car park in vintage buses. While champagne is free-flowing, you can get close to the aircraft on display, talk to fellow enthusiasts, aircraft owners and pilots.
7th – 9th September 2018
Friday 07:30 - Sunday 19:30
Once again the Goodwood Revival will give you a magical step back in time where Goodwood celebrates the halcyon days of motor racing and the historical aircraft that make up the Freddie March Spirit of Aviation exhibition. Competitors and spectators dress in period fashion, with the finest sights and entertainment of the pre-1966 era.
Tickets can be purchased via Customer Sales on 01243 755055. Please have your Aero Club Membership number on hand to receive your ticket discount.
24th September 2018
Imperial War Museum in London
As a Member of the Goodwood Aero Club, you can enjoy a day trip to London, with an exclusive private tour and talk at London's Imperial War Museum. With a dedicated guide, you will learn the fascinating stories behind the objects on display in the galleries. We will also have the chance to explore the impact of war and contemporary conflict on people's lives through the iconic and everyday objects on display in the atrium, with highlights including the Harrier jet, a Spitfire and V2 rocket.