October 2017

London Biggin Hill Airport and aviation charity fly2help welcomed ten young aviation enthusiasts to its annual Aim High Scholarship programme during the half term break. Aim High is a week-long educational programme packed with activities designed to give young people behind-the-scenes insight into the wide range of roles available in the aviation sector. The initiative...

Ben Akhtar, the 18-year old winner of the second Nick Davidson Flying Scholarship award for 2017, which has been funded by Biggin Hill Airport Ltd, was invited recently to the Adams Aviation Supply Co showroom in New Addington to receive items of  professional pilot kit that will help him on his way...

As part of the evolution of the Airport, a dedicated hotel is fast becoming an expected service, particularly for pilots and crews. Flight crews often arrive at the airport and stay for a short period of time, usually without the means of onward travel, such as a car at the airport. A planning...

London Biggin Hill Airport hosted aerospace students from London South East Colleges’ first Aerospace and Engineering courses, which launched last week. As part of ongoing efforts to encourage more young people to pursue careers in the sector, London Biggin Hill is also working in partnership with the college, the London Borough of Bromley...

London : The kids of Rainbow Preschool were treated to a visit from a group of Biggin Bears, the furry mascots of London Biggin Hill Airport, who were escorted by Senior Airport Fire Officer, Andy Mellers. Julie Cranenburgh and Jan Billet, who run Rainbow preschool, staffed the Lost Kids tent as this year’s 100th...

London – 02 October 2017:  The winner of the London Biggin Hill Airport Photography Competition 2017 is Steve Cullum from Meopham, Kent, whose entry captured the breath-taking aerobatics of this year’s Red Arrow display at the Festival of Flight. The winner of the under-16s group was Summer Garner, 15, of Gravesend, Kent, who took...