Shuttleworth (Old Warden) Airfield is owned and operated by the Shuttleworth Trust.

The Airfield is home to the Shuttleworth Collection of historic airworthy aircraft & working vehicles, Swiss Gardens, Parklands, Children’s play area, Café and Gift Shop.

All these attractions and facilities are on site and available to airborne visitors as well as those arriving by other means from 1000L to 1600L (1700L Summer). Please click here for further information on the visitor attraction.

The Cambridge Flying Group now operate from Old Warden. They can offer Introductory and Experience flights in their Tiger Moths. Please go to the SVAS Website CFG Page for further information.

The airfield is now normally open to visiting pilots from 0600 to SS+30 to purchase fuel from our pay as you go self-service pumps (UL91 and 100LL). Note that no other facilities are available outside of the visitor attraction opening hours.

The landing fee of £15 also grants you [the pilot] free access to The Shuttleworth Collection and Swiss Garden (normal fee is £15.50 per adult, £14.00 for over 60s, free for S.V.A.S. members) on non-event days. Any passengers on board wishing to visit The Shuttleworth Collection and Swiss Garden are kindly asked to pay the admission fee in the Gift Shop in the main Visitor Attraction.

Use of the Café and Gift Shop is free to all visitors.

For overnight accommodation options please refer to the Airfield Information page.

For Airfield Information, airfield status (open/closed, surface conditions etc) airfield facilities and other pertinent information for airborne visitors go to the ‘Airfield Information’ tab above. There are a lot of activities going on at the airfield and a careful self-brief is essential before booking your PPR slot through the ‘PPR Booking’ tab above.

Please note that Event-day tickets must be purchased through the Shuttleworth Website before PPR will be granted – see ‘PPR Event Booking’ tab above.

Weather Information Disclaimer

Please note the weather information given on this website is provided by equipment that is not calibrated regularly and as such should not be used for flight planning.