Educate, Inspire, Remember

The development of Britain’s great naval aviation heritage is one of the most remarkable stories of the past hundred years. It is a story of epic achievement, heroic and daring actions and world leading technological advancement that radically shaped history. Funded by public donations, Navy Wings brings the excitement and discovery of this story to life by restoring, maintaining and flying a collection of historic aircraft, which display to over three million people annually at air shows and events up and down the country.

 

Join Us

Joining the Navy Wings Supporters club gives individuals an opportunity to share in the excitement of keeping historic aeroplanes flying. By making an annual subscription you can become part of the Navy Wings community enjoying the benefits of special Supporters days with unique access to the aircraft.

Heritage

Navy Wings is unique in creating a collective of flying vintage aircraft to bring the story of naval aviation to life. Our historic aircraft provide a tribute of remembrance to the fortitude and sacrifice of all who served in the Royal Naval Air Service and Fleet Air Arm.

Community

Launched by the Fly Navy Heritage Trust, Navy Wings creates a collective partnership with other naval aircraft owners to actively promote the nation’s naval aviation heritage and reinforce the charity’s objectives to educate, inspire and remember.

News & Events

Fleet Air Arm Charity Shoot

Compete for great prizes and take part in a shooting demo with special guest Olympic Gold Medallist, Peter Wilson MBE before relaxing into the afternoon with a champagne reception, heritage flypast, delicious summer lunch and auction!

Beds & Bars Live your Life Awards

The  ‘Live Your Life Awards’, presented by Beds & Bars in Association with Navy Wings, are presented to a Junior Rating who has performed with distinction and stood out from their peer group. Spring 2019 winners are LWtr House and LA Village

Oily Rag news from the Heritage Hangar

Wasp 608  has now been loaned to the Navy Wings Heritage Flight. Swordfish W5856 was being ground run to help trace the cause of some ‘crackling’ interference …