This page contains links to external sites that are linked to Hatfield's aviation and aerospace history. Some have been mentioned elsewhere in this site. Where appropriate, links to those pages are also provided.
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Information relating to the DHAeTSA can be found in the Aviation feature.
Formed in 2006 as the first national charity dedicating to recognising and promoting Britain's airfield heritage. Scheduled to unveil a memorial at Hatfield on Saturday, 29 September 2012.
Information on the DH.106 Comet and Autopilots relating to the development of the X-Plane Flight Simulator.
Probably the most detailed and in depth web resource on the history of RAF, its squadrons, bases and senior personnel.
Based on the site of Woodley Aerodrome, where Douglas Bader had the crash that cost him his legs but turned him into a legend. It served as home to Reading Aero Club, Miles Aircraft, and later bought by Handley Page.
RAF Museum connections to Hatfield can be found in the Leisure section.
Flying showmen in the style of the old barnstormers, mainly using de Havilland designs. Chipmunk (G-ALWB), and Tiger Moth (G-APAP) and (G-ACDA) were all either built or based in Hatfield.