TROPHY CONTEST AND CIVIL AIRCRAFT
THE Automobile Association will be in sole charge of the arrangements at the Portsmouth and Cowes Aerodromes, which have been officially appointed to receive civil aircraft taking visitors to witness the Schneider Trophy Contest.
In view of the large number of aircraft expected, hangar accommodation will not be available, but aircraft parks for a limited number of machines have been arranged.
Owners are advised to book space for their aeroplanes as early as possible, as to avoid obstruction, machines will not be permitted to remain on the landing area. Forms of application for parking space may be obtained from any of the A.A. Offices, or The Royal Aero Club.
The A.A. Air Squads will be on duty at Portsmouth and Cowes aerodromes to assist owner pilots fuel supplies will be available, while the best vantage points along the coast, may be reached by omnibus or taxi.
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