Above is our standard set of links to the main pages on our site.
Below we list some of the subsidiary pages which may also interest you:
Our school microlight is a Thruster T600N - known as Hoppy (because she reminds us of a grasshopper)
A classic Thruster TST – the Bumble-bee (from her colour)
An AX3 – Known as Mimi (she’s a French design and wears pink).
We also use our flight simulator
Online magazine articles about microlight flyingand
General info about where to find us and what we do
How to find us at North Weald
Visiting us by air at North Weald
Pilot’s briefing notes for entering the Stansted TMZ at North Weald
The 90+ year history of
… and the continuing campaign to prevent the airfield being turned into a housing estate
Visiting us by air at the farm.
Our landlady at the farm, Yak-11 display pilot, Angie Soper
Learning to fly:
Our range of air experience flights, or trial lessons
A summary of the flight training syllabus
The full microlight NPPL officially defined syllabus
How to land the tail-dragger version of the Thruster (ours is easier!)
Watch some videos of us flying our flight training simulator
Read Joan’s description of her own experiences learning to fly microlights.
About our gift vouchers, and other presents
Our price list
Our terms and conditions for trial lessons and air experience vouchers
Ginge’s Tiger Cub restoration project
Ginge’s hints and tips
Things to look for when buying a second-hand microlight
A simple calculator to work out wind drift and fuel consumption
Currency calculator: have you flown enough recently to be safe? (Adapted by Saxon Microlights from an original published in ‘Sailplane and Gliding’)
Our visit to the Red Arrows
A suggested set of rules for a microlight syndicate
Microlight discussions – selected threads on the BMAA ‘Microlights’ group; questions anecdotes and debate.
Recent news – our front page news headlines
Old news – a selection of news items no longer on the front page
The Planning inspector’s refusal letter
The main crop marks near Little Totham Hall
Other crop marks around the area