Cambridge International Airport is home to many light general aviation aircraft both privately owned and club run, who all benefit from the high levels of service available from one of the best equipped regional airports in the country.
The airport is home to a number of light GA tenants including:
Cambridge Aero Club is celebrated its 85th birthday during 2014, having started out with de Havilland Gipsy Moths! Today, the club operates four Cessna 172 training and touring aeroplanes, 1 Cessna 182 and a highly aerobatic Extra 200 aircraft. Cambridge Aero ClubTel:01223 373717
Aeromega Helicopters has been at Cambridge Airport for over 10 years and provides flying training in Robinson, R22 and R44 Helicopters. Aeromega Helicopters Tel: 01223 294488
Cambridge Flying Group recently celebrated its 60th Anniversary at Cambridge Airport. The Cambridge Flying Group is the only organisation in the country where flying training is provided for a PPL exclusively on Tiger Moths. Cambridge Flying Group Tel: 01223 293343
The Mid-Anglia School of Flying relocated to Cambridge Airport from Ipswich in the 1990s and today offers solo hire and flying instruction on its fleet of PA28 aircraft. Mid-Anglia School of Flying Tel: 01223 294466
The Northside Flying Club operates a wide variety of Light Aircraft association Aircraft and in particular helps private owners with the construction and operation of LAA aircraft. They have been based at Cambridge Airport for over 30 years. Contact: Secretary – Tony 07899764301 or Treasurer – Allan 01223 881862.