Royal Air Force Wittering aircraft do not operate at low level.
Complain About Flying
If you have a complaint or question about flying activity at RAF Wittering contact Ed Palmer:
Phone: 01780 417470
Operators flying drones near any military airfield must ensure they are aware of the UK policy for their safe operation. The Drone Code forms part of the Civil Aviation Authority's advice and guidance to drone operators which can be found on their website.
Royal Air Force Wittering aircraft do not operate at night.
There is no official viewing area for the safe viewing of aircraft at RAF Wittering.
Defence Aerodrome Manual
The Defence Aerodrome Manual (DAM) contains accurate aerodrome data for RAF Wittering. All airfield users, both military and civilian, are to ensure they are familiar with the relevant sections of the DAM prior to operating at RAF Wittering. For further information regarding the DAM and its contents, please contact the Aerodrome Operator on 01780 417811 or Air Traffic Control on 0178041 7050.
Get updates about flying
Aircraft usually fly Monday to Sunday, 8:30am to 5pm.
From 1 June to 10 September aircraft usually fly Monday to Sunday, 8:30am to 6pm.
Changes to our flying schedule will be published on the RAF Wittering Facebook page.
RAF Wittering’s airfield is large enough to accept all UK military types, which makes it a valuable Defence training asset. Whilst the Grob Tutor aircraft based at the Station do not fly at low level or at night, visiting aircraft from other military flying stations (including fast jets, multi engine and helicopters) will use the airfield for training purposes. On occasion, this will mean low level and night flying.