Hinton Airfield is a small private airfield in the south of Northamptonshire, near Brackley. The area borders Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Warwickshire, all within a few miles.
The land was acquired by the Harrison family in 1924 and appropriated from them to build the World War II airfield in 1939. It came back in the Harrison family hands in 1963 and the airfield activities were carried on in a small way, building to what is here now – gliding, parachuting and private aviation.
We welcome visitors on a Prior Permission basis. Would all prospective aviators wishing to visit please fill in your details and read the conditions that apply to your visit using the
REQUESTING PERMISSION TO LAND
GETTING TO US
When visiting the airfield you must use the entrance accessed from the A422.
If you're coming from Banbury/Junction 11, you will find a road signposted Hinton Airfield just after the village of Farthinghoe, or just before the village if coming from Brackley. Follow that road for 1 mile and after a sharp corner take the right-hand fork.
½ mile further up you'll find us! Please scroll down for our location on Google Maps.
Please keep below 40mph in consideration of our neighbours.
You can take the train to either Banbury or Bicester North, and then get a taxi to Hinton Airfield (approximately £20).
Taxi company's to use:
Banbury Station Taxi's (01295 262927) or 007 Cars (01295 700007)
Bicester Cars (01869 908908) or 001 Alpha Cars (01869 252525)