Felthorpe is an unlicensed airfield operated by the owner for the benefit of its club members and the General Aviation community.

Current residents at Felthorpe in addition to the Felthorpe Flying Group’s Chipmunk are: 1940 de Havilland DH82a Tiger Moth, 1936 de Havilland DH87b Hornet Moth, 2 Piper Cubs, Isaacs Spitfire and a Thruster. New hangars currently house 2 Cessna 172s, a Currie Wot, a C42, an RV8, an Isaacs Fury, a Wassmer WA52, a Chilton DW1 Monoplane, Groppo Trail, Isaacs Spitfire, X-Air, 2 Murphy Rebels under construction  and a Fokker DR1 Triplane

See the Airfield Information page for contact and airfield details.


The airfield is closed for normal flying operations, but remains open for use by the emergency services.

The Civil Aviation Authority does not permit leisure flying by light aircraft during lockdown, but does however, permit specific General Aviation activities for such purposes as engine health maintenance and check flights. Further information may be found here.