Aviation Heritage Lincolnshire


Brought together in 2009, Aviation Heritage Lincolnshire is a unique partnership of the County Council, Military, commercial and volunteer Heritage Centres and Museums located around the county and promoting the great aviation heritage that Lincolnshire has to offer.

From the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight to the International Bomber Command Centre, Aviation Heritage Lincolnshire represents the great milestones in the RAF’s history through such sites as the Lima Sector museum at RAF Digby and the early days of flight at the RAF Cranwell Heritage and Ethos Centre.

“Just Jane” keeps the memories alive with her weekly taxi runs at the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre, East Kirkby, whilst more modern aircraft from the Cold War period is on display at the Newark Air Museum.

Through its nineteen member sites, AHL remains at the forefront of promoting our proud history of aviation.

Aviation Heritage Lincolnshire is now partnered with the Military Aviation Heritage Networks – regionally based groups of organisations that bring together those who care about aviation heritage, its conservation, commemoration, display and sustainability.

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Photo of Spitfire by John Gibbs