EGBM Tatenhill Airfield

Burning Blue Design


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Tatenhill Airfield, located near the village of Tatenhill in Staffordshire, was established in the early 1940s as RAF Tatenhill. During the war, it was primarily used for training purposes, including the training of Royal Canadian Air Force pilots. The airfield's grass runways and facilities supported pilot development during this tumultuous period. After the war, Tatenhill Airfield saw a variety of uses, including hosting glider clubs and private aviation activities. In the 1980s, it underwent a significant transformation with the introduction of paved runways and modern facilities. Today, Tatenhill Airfield is a popular flight training hub, with Tatenhill Aviation offering a full range of pilot courses. An ex-RAF Blackburn Buccaneer is also based here, currently undergoing an extensive restoration project to bring her back to her original 1976 glory. Tatenhill is also home to the Midlands Air Ambulance, currently operating a Eurocopter EC135 helicopter and a BMW X5 ground support vehicle. Tatenhill Airfield has been accurately recreated by Burning Blue Design undertaking on-site visits, ensuring the highest levels of accuracy. It features:

Over 130 custom 3D objects each with full Physical Based Rendering (PBR) textures Based on up to date layout with accurate runways, recently paved taxiways and custom taxi signs Highly detailed cafe and control tower interiors Completely custom animated windsock Real-life static aircraft based at Tatenhill:

G-TALA Cessna 152 (Tatenhill Aviation) G-TALO Cessna F152 (Tatenhill Aviation) G-TALX Bellanca Decathlon (Tatenhill Aviation) G-HWAA Eurocopter EC135 (Midlands Air Ambulance) G-BMFP Piper PA28 Warrior II (Aerobility) XX900 Blackburn Buccaneer