Welcome to part two of our guide series to the various marks of Spitfire. We aim to bring you the lowdown on the key differences between the many versions that were produced, before, during and after the Second World War. Over time, we will be bringing...

We're extremely proud to announce that FlyaSpitfire.com have recently acquired North American P-51D Mustang G-CMDK and plan to be operating passenger flights in this stunning aircraft for the 2022 season. Whilst our main focus will always be on Two Seat Spitfire flight Experiences we're always looking...

  Press Release 22nd September 2021 FlyaSpitfire.com selects ClimateCare to offset its carbon emissions through projects that cut carbon and improve lives As part of FlyaSpitfire.com’s approach to take responsibility for its impact on the environment, they have partnered with climate and sustainable development experts ClimateCare to offset carbon...

We are delighted to announce the addition of the Curtiss TP-40N 'Kittyhawk' to the flight experiences fleet at www.flyaspitfire.com Biggin Hill. The aircraft is due to arrive in the coming weeks and subject to certification we plan to offer flights in this unique aircraft towards the...

SPITFIRE F.XIVc RM694 Rolled out from the Chattis Hill shadow factory in Hampshire on 22nd October, 1943 RM694 was built to contract No. 1877/c.23/(c) Req1/E11/43 from a build of 406 Spitfire XIV/XIX to batch No. RM670-713. Fitted with a Griffin 65 engine and a (C) type wing it...