Blackbushe Airport (originally RAF Hartfordbridge) is a regional airport located near the town of Yately, in northeast Hampshire, England. The airport opened in 1942 as a Royal Air Force base and later received commercial services throughout the 1950s. Though major development works at London Gatwick led many airlines to transfer their services and passenger numbers declined by the end of the decade. Blackbushe primarily handles general aviation aircraft movements and is home to a number of charter and flying schools.
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Fuel & Oil Suppliers servicing Blackbushe Airport
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