Director & Owner
David acquired a large part of Turweston Aerodrome in 1989 when it was little more than an abandoned WWII Aerodrome with a gliding club.
Armed with a vision and lots of energy, he set about the process of re-opening as a General Aviation (GA) Aerodrome and in 1993 gained the necessary permission.
Under David’s management the Aerodrome has been under a continuous programme of development and improvement, with the four storey Tower building completed at the end of 2016.
Chris has been with Turweston Flight Centre since 1994. He is a qualified Pilot (PPL), First-Aider, Fire Officer, Air/Ground Radio Operator, Fuel Bowser Driver, Database Operator, and Chap-in-the-Tower.
Chris is responsible for organising all the aviation-related activities, from first contact by radio or phone through to the all-important ground handling services such as runway inspections, manoeuvring aircraft in and out of hangars and refuelling.
A lifelong enthusiast going to his first airshow as a ‘bump’, Gary has been involved with aviation for most of his life.
For many years he helped at Turweston as a marshal, a hobby he has pursued since 1988. He is often seen with a camera stuck to his face.
His role at Turweston is to assist Chris Brown with airside operations and refuelling.
Ricky has a PPL and keeps his aeroplane at Turweston. He has been involved with the aerodrome since 2002.
Phillip joined the team in early 2019 and is another vital member of our weekend and event staff.
He has a PPL and has kept his plane at Turweston since 2008. Since retiring in 2018 he has been a volunteer at a number of aviation events including Farnborough and Duxford and says he is delighted to be joining the team here at his home airfield.
Phillip works mostly on Sundays and on event and other days as needed.