Biggin Hill in Kent is a very famous fighter station and on November 2nd, 1939, one of its resident Squadrons
claimed the first enemy aircraft of the war when it shot down a Dornier Do 17. Biggin Hill played a
major role in the Battle of Britain during World War Two.|
The last 'International Air Fair' was held at Biggin Hill in 2010. A new format of an Open House Air Day at Biggin Hill Airport replaced this event in 2011. Biggin Hill 'Festival of Flight' took place in 2014 and will do so again in 2015.
Click here for more information about the Biggin Hill Festival of Flight on 13th June 2015.
|13th June 2015 ||Biggin Hill Festival of Flight|
The central theme will be the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain which we will commemorate with the help of the Biggin Hill Heritage Hangar, and other operators.
Provisional Participating aircraft at Biggin Hill Festival of Flight:
Biggin Hill Festival of Flight
Saturday 13th June 2015
(F) - Flying (S) - Static Display
The Yakovlevs (F)
P-51D Mustang - Hangar 11 (F)
B-17 'Sally B' (F)
Spitfire MK IX (TA805) (F)
Hurricane I (AE977) (F)
Gates open - 9.30 am.
Flying display ends - 5.30pm
Advanced Ticket Prices
Biggin Hill Airport is situated on the A233 (Main Road). Please follow local signs for entry into the showground.
A car window hangar will be sent out with each ticket order which will help access into the car parks by identifying ticket holders
If you are using the M25:
•from the West, leave the motorway at Junction 6,
•from the East leave at Junction 4.
For satnav users the address is: Churchill Way, Biggin Hill, Kent, TN16 3BN.
Please note there is no access via Downe Village.
More travel information including buses, and trains can be found here.