Sywell Aerodrome (Northampton) Reviews
Description:Address: Hall Farm / Sywell / Northamptonshire / NN6 0BN
Newest Review: ... shot over Sywell. Only recently did the main runway get upgraded to landing light and tarmac and now able to take heavy twin engine props and the occasional jet fighter at air shows, as well as winter arrivals and so more revenue. But that's about it; as yet no Easyjet 737's taking on the 1200m strip. There are smaller grass strips for the little planes full of tubby red nosed businessmen ... more
Customer Sywell Aerodrome (Northampton) Reviews (1)
by - written on 07/04/13, updated on 07/04/13 (Very useful, 95 readings)
Northampton - unofficially - is the biggest town in Western Europe, unawarded city status as it is a serious airport, our rapidly expanding town ideal for offering a shuttle service to Poland and back. We have a massive Eastern European population now and the National Express service very busy from Warsaw and Gdansk, the demolition of our dreadful hanger style bus station (that would be more at home at the aerodrome) now offering the town the chance to create Polski Air! We like our Poles as they are hard working and don't beg for council houses and benefits like others seem to do and it would be nice to give them something back. It's not going to happen, of course, as .. Read the complete review
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