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Unit History: RAF Bicester

RAF Bicester
Bicester Aerodrome, formerly RAF Bicester, is an airfield on the outskirts of the English town of Bicester in Oxfordshire. The RAF left in 2004.
 
The airfield consists of 400 acres (1.5 km?) of well-drained short-mown grass, with three nominal runways (not marked) of 06/24, 13/31, 18/36, each 1,000 metres long. The field is bumpy in places due to collapsing field drains, requiring care on the part of pilots operating aircraft in those areas.
 
 
 
Location
 
County: - Oxfordshire
 
1.75 miles NNE of Bicester
 
Lat/Long:  51:54:53N  01:08:00W
 
Grid Ref: SP 598245
 
Height above sea level: 270 ft

Memories of RAF Bicester

(Memories written by members of Forces Reunited)

RAF Bicester, in 1956

Written by Benjamin Cramp

Loads and loads of tennis during the season with Peter Watkins and others including Mike Morris.
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