Staffordshire Aero Club
Based at Otherton Airfield since 1992

"Staffordshire Aero Club" operating at Otherton Airfield
Penkridge Staffs ST19 5NX
•Otherton airfield originated as RAF Penkridge in 1942. Established as the base for 28 EFTS. Many WWII pilots started their flying careers at Otherton. Their training was on Tiger Moths. It closed after WWII but the airfield reopened when the Staffordshire Aero Club made it their base in the 1980s. The club has developed the airfield ever since.

Otherton Airfield is well known as being one of the friendliest airfields in the area. It's reputation makes us a popular place for everyone, from pilots flying in for some breakfast (weekends only), to students learning to fly.


Seating available close to the aircraft parking area so that you can have a good look at the aircraft.
You can even have a go at flying yourself with one of our ‘Trial Flights’ over some of Staffordshire’s beautiful countryside.
We currently have events throughout the year, see the events calendar for more details.

It's the policy of Otherton Airfield and Staffordshire Aero club members that it works with the community, for the community, and has gathered in strength over the years.
All plans for the airfield's future development play very heavily on carrying out activities with the utmost regard for the location in which the airfield is lucky enough to operate.