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42 Comments So Far

  1. Max Hawkins on December 27 2008 at 14:47 (Reply)

    ADMIN Says:
    Just say what you think, feedback, advice and whatever you think would improve the site.

    We would really like to hear your Views no matter what. Just post your comment below.

  2. Mike R on December 30 2008 at 07:17 (Reply)

    Well done lads very pro looking site. It will be interesting to watch it develop.
    I wish you good luck with it and hope you get plenty of movements to report and photograph.

  3. David H on December 30 2008 at 10:56 (Reply)

    Great site guys…keep the pics going up, happy development!! ;)

  4. Andy G on February 8 2009 at 08:29 (Reply)

    Well done to you all.
    Haverford’ is a great friendly airfield. Keep up the good work. :D

  5. Barry Gwynnett on March 10 2009 at 22:16 (Reply)

    Came across the site while generally browsing. The Yak 52 G-CBRH has now been dismantled and sent to Lithuania where it is being completely rebuilt for a German client. G-CBRH was at EGFE for nearly 9 years before being ‘replaced’ with G-YAKF (Yak Fox)a younger ’52.
    Yak Fox is now based at Swansea with three other ’52s. These make up the Ospreys formation team.

  6. Martin on June 20 2009 at 10:03 (Reply)

    I would really like to do some skydiving jumps in H’west airfield. Is there anything in the far future?
    :what:

    1. Max Hawkins on June 20 2009 at 12:33 (Reply)

      Look for an email I have sent your way! *EGFEAdmin*

  7. Charles Stevens on November 18 2009 at 13:05 (Reply)

    Hi
    I very much like your site, it will be nice to have some basic inforamtion about the airfield conditions before setting out to fly.

    re; 18th Nov movements, Runway 03 wind WSW, should that be runway 21?

    Charles

    1. Callum Goldthorpe on February 1 2010 at 12:55 (Reply)

      Ammeded on the day *EGFEAdmin*

  8. Gill GH on July 16 2010 at 10:51 (Reply)

    What a fantastic, informative AND good looking Website (the latter being an added bonus) – and very easy on the eye.

    A real pleasure to visit and view.

    Well done to you all on a great Website – I am sure it will be well used. :P

    1. Callum Goldthorpe on July 16 2010 at 12:26 (Reply)

      Thank you for sparing a few moments to let us know your thoughts. It is always good to get the views of the readers.
      *EGFEAdmin*

    2. Gill GH on February 8 2014 at 13:02 (Reply)

      Hi Max/Callum,

      I was wondering who to ask – then I thought about you two :dsadasccc: – someone told me that they do flights to Dublin from H/West Airport (small planes carrying 8/9 passengers) – are you able to confirm one way or the other?… and if they do – what’s the frequency and cost for return flights please? It sounds too good to be true…. but nevertheless I am hoping it is :dsadsad: Hope you are both keeping and doing well. I just love this Website.

      All the best

      Gill (Zukki143 from Twitter).

      1. EGFE Admin on February 16 2014 at 14:29 (Reply)

        Hi Gill,

        Yes you can. You would need to get in touch with FlyWales who operated charters from Haverfordwest. http://www.flywales.co.uk. They will be able to give you prices etc.

        All the best!

  9. Holyflyer on July 30 2010 at 20:38 (Reply)

    29th July 2010 – G-AVTP C172H arrived at 1335 from White Waltham parked next to G-AVJF (probably in the factory at Reims together). TP departed to Ireland at 1445.

  10. Isle of Wight Bob on October 25 2010 at 20:26 (Reply)

    fantastic site Cheers Bob

    1. EGFE Admin on October 31 2010 at 01:25 (Reply)

      Thank you Bob *EGFEAdmin*

  11. George Craigie on February 14 2011 at 17:28 (Reply)

    Was a Fireman at Brawdy 75-79.Depending on weather conditions a Fire wagon (Crash 3 St Davids) with a two man crew was sent out to cover the airfield. Firecrews loved the chance to go out there for a skive!!

  12. Nick Salmon on July 11 2011 at 09:42 (Reply)

    This looks like this could be a very useful website for climbers, especially as the pembrokeshireranges.com site no longer sems to be running. So thanks!

    1. EGFE Admin on July 12 2011 at 09:23 (Reply)

      Thanks for the kind words. Hope it can be of use and any views or opinions in future let us know.

      *EGFEAdmin*

  13. steve hancock on August 29 2011 at 13:39 (Reply)

    Hi Guys

    On a visit to the market site last Sunday,had the rare chance
    (not being from the area)for a quick scan across to the field and hoping you may be able to assist does anyone have a list of aircraft on field between 13.00 and 14.00 including the Islander that landed.Great site by the way
    Thanks in advance Steve.Surrey.England

  14. Andy Goldthorpe on May 10 2012 at 22:27 (Reply)

    How is the Progress of the Spitfire going, Hope to get down for a visit in August. ;)

  15. Antony Bush on May 18 2012 at 16:32 (Reply)

    I am researching my great Uncles crash in Fishguard 1917. His name was Lt Richard Bush.

    I was wondering if you knew of anything? It maybe a long shot and i apologize especially with so much spam nowadays.

    I was lead to believe that a Paul Williams may know something?

    Kind regards

    Antony Bush

    1. Max Hawkins on May 20 2012 at 12:35 (Reply)

      Hi Antony,

      I’m afraid we’re not sure of anything personally about your great uncle’s crash, but it might be worth contacting the Pembrokeshire Aviation Group who might know something more. There do seem to be a few references on Google as well which I’d imagine you’ve already looked up.

      Cheers,
      Max Hawkins (Site Admin)

    2. Roger Winser on October 2 2012 at 12:31 (Reply)

      Re: Lt. Richard Eldon Bush RN. Information about your great uncle’s flying accident (including an extract from the report in the West Wales Guardian)is covered in the book FINAL FLIGHTS Volume 1 by John Evans (ISBN 1 870745 14 0). The book was published by Paterchurch Publications, Pembroke Dock in 2005. Hope this info helps and you can get hold of a copy.

  16. tammy on August 10 2012 at 20:53 (Reply)

    Hi, are members of the public allowed to come and view the aircraft that is at Haverfordwest

    1. EGFE Admin on August 26 2012 at 12:53 (Reply)

      Hi Tammy.

      You can view most aircraft when flying from the Cafe garden. You get a good view of the Taxiway, the parking stands and all runways from here.
      Hope that helps.

      *EGFE admin*

  17. Mike Day on August 26 2012 at 11:27 (Reply)

    Hi all, great website you have here :)

    I was watcthing Flightradar24 and spotted an aircraft without an I.D. turned out to be G-JBTR based at EGFE.
    I have now added it to the Database on Flightradar24 and it is now visible on the Map.
    If you want search for recent flights use the Callsign GJBTR in the search box.
    Here is a recent flight: http://fr24.com/2012-08-18/10:52/GJBTR (Link valid for 28 days, as the Database only stores Playback that amount of time.) If i spot any more in the area i will add them too.

    1. EGFE Admin on August 26 2012 at 12:55 (Reply)

      Thanks for the comment Mike. We are giving the site an overhaul over the winter months so stay tuned.

      Great bit of info RE: FR24. Good to see the little flight. It’s always good to see when people feed info here to the site.
      Always appreciated.

      *EGFE admin*

  18. tammy on September 16 2012 at 08:56 (Reply)

    Thank you so much for your response. I didnt know there was a cafe there so thank you for letting me know

  19. tammy on September 16 2012 at 08:58 (Reply)

    In July/August i spent alot of time at Castlemartin as they had Apaches flying which i got some great pictures. I would love to know if they are coming back here

    1. EGFE Admin on September 17 2012 at 17:07 (Reply)

      Hi Tammy.

      Please feel free to send in any pictures you have. It would be great to see.

      *EGFE admin*

  20. tammy on September 20 2012 at 15:14 (Reply)

    Hi I have emailed just a few of the Pics i took over castlemartin recently. If anyone hears when they will be over my way again i would be grateful if someone could let me know

  21. Ross Fairbairn on October 14 2012 at 22:21 (Reply)

    :dsadsad: had a great first flying lesson with you guys .will be a frequent vistitor and hope to have more lessons soon .want to go for ppl .the spitfire musium was great my 5yr old son loved it.

    1. EGFE Admin on October 15 2012 at 09:17 (Reply)

      Hi Ross,

      Flying wasn’t with us as we are only an enthusiasts site but thanks for your comments!. Be sure to get some pics next time and send them in

      *EGFE admin*

  22. Ross Fairbairn on October 16 2012 at 21:09 (Reply)

    ooops thanx egfe admi,will send some pics .ps great site

  23. Robert Williams on April 13 2013 at 14:28 (Reply)

    As one who lives the other side of Cardigan Bay, I have enjoyed reading your website to see what is going on down south.

    I hope to visit you in a few weeks time, please could you tell me what ID I require to be allowed to tour the hangers? – Thanks.

    Also I have found reference to ‘Llanfyrnach Classic Ultralight Centre’. The only information I have about it is that it is between GLOGUE & CILRHEDYN, just south of Newcastle Emlyn and that the contact’s name is Martin Aubrey. Please do you have a telephone no., or email address for the above.

    Gyda Diolch/With Thanks

    Robert Williams

    1. EGFE Admin on April 14 2013 at 23:13 (Reply)

      Hi Robert,

      We are not in any way officially related to the airport, as our disclaimer says. However, as our visitor guide in the downloads area of the website states.
      If you are visiting during the week, please visit the main tower or if you are visiting at weekend, please visit the flying club room on the end of the Terminal building. If it is ok, they will allow you permission to the hangars (only those that are open at that time).

      Regarding the Microlight centre, we’re not aware of anything as an enthusiast site.

      Let us know how you get on and feel free to send in any pictures you take.
      Regards
      EGFE Admin

  24. Robert Williams on April 15 2013 at 15:55 (Reply)

    Thanks

    Robert

  25. Roger Winser on June 5 2013 at 21:47 (Reply)

    Hi,
    I visited the airport this afternoon (5 June 2013) and noticed a Cessna 310 in one of the hangars. I could not make out the full registration (N31???), please can you tell me if the aircraft is the former N915JM (c/n 310Q-0491) which has been re-registered/repainted or is it a different aircraft?

    Many thanks

    1. EGFE Admin on June 5 2013 at 22:00 (Reply)

      Hi Roger,

      If it was white then it was N310UK C310R

      Regards
      EGFE Admin

      1. Roger Winser on June 6 2013 at 10:00 (Reply)

        Hi,
        Many thanks for identifying N310UK, I thought the Cessna 310 looked familiar. I saw the aircraft at Swansea Airport in May 2012.
        I enjoy viewing your website and my rare visits to EGFE.
        Regards
        Roger Winser

  26. Alan Dale Canfield on March 22 2015 at 22:43 (Reply)

    I would like to thank you for your contribution to the researching of the crash of USAAF Consolidated B-24D 4123771. My Uncle Dale K. Canfield was the lone casualty and I have just come into possession of information put together by a Susan E Hughes which included some of the information you you have published. Until this time I never knew anything about my uncle or his death. Please accept my most sincere appreciation.

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