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History about Blackbushe Airport
Blackbushe Airport is an operational general aviation airport in the civil parish of Yateley in the north-east corner of the English county of Hampshire. Built during the second World War, Blackbushe is situated alongside the A30 road between Camberley and Hook.
Address: Terminal Building, Blackbushe Airport, Camberley GU17 9LQ
Blackbushe airport was first built in 1941. Originally called RAF Hartfordbridge, it was built on the area known as Hartfordbridge flats. Following a standard airforce design, it consisted of three all-weather runways, capable of taking the largest aircraft flying at the time. Unique was the proximity to the A30 which disected the southern perimiter of the field, and caused security challenges in the early years.
On 11 August 1942, the first squadron took up residence, the Aero Airborne squadron from Farnborough. The airfield was still under construction at this time, however the runways were used for testing Horsa and Hotspur gliders. By the end of the year, construction was finished, with three runways, eleven hangars, and a large camp site. The A30 was closed to traffic, with cars routed through lanes via Minley.
during 1943, several squadrons moved in with Tomahawk, Spitfires, Venturas, Mustangs all frequenting the airfield. In addition the airfield became a diversion for Bomber command, and so Halifax, Lancaster, Fortress, and Boston aircraft were all frequent sights. By 1944, over 3,000 airmen were based at the field.
RAF Hartfordbridge was also the home of a new system known as “FIDO” (Fog Investigation and Dispersal Operation) built by the Airforce Construction Unit. Pipes were laid down both sides on Runway 26, and fed with fuel. The pipes had small holes, and if the airfield was shrouded in fog, the fuel was ignited. The hear created would cause the fog to rise and disperse.
On 18th November 1944, the airfield was renamed to RAF Blackbushe, due to confusion over a similar area in Norfolk. On 15th November 1946, the RAF had moved out, and the airport was handed over to the Ministry of Civil Aviation, becoming Blackbushe Airport. The A30 was reopened to traffic.
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