Welcome to Lee Flying Association

  • 1943 CONSOLIDATED VULTEE PBY-5A over Lee after restoration to flying condition after 7 years grounded at Lee
  • Former Royal Navy Traveller Mk1 NC16S built 1944 flown by the Owner, retired airline Captain Bill Charney over Gosport
  • Bill Charney's 1944 Beech Staggerwing N16S over Portsmouth Harbour, winner Concours d'Elegance Goodwood 2012, prepared at Lee
  • The Catalina Society's 1943 Canso A G-PBYA photographed passing Lee en-route to Southampton
  • The Catalina Society's 1943 Canso A G-PBYA photographed passing Lee en-route to Southampton
  • Lee based Ex-RAF 1953 T-6H Harvard flown by owner Malcolm Paul photographed over Gosport
  • Lee based Ex-RAF 1953 T-6H Harvard flown by owner Malcolm Paul photographed over Gosport
  • Local MP Caroline Dinenage on a tour of the airfield with LFA Committee members
  • LFA members & guests at the LFA Hangar and Clubhouse for a fly-in, September 2010
  • Cessna 525C Citation passing the LFA Hangar at Lee - Photo: Terry Coombes
  • Bill Charney flies his Staggerwing over Portsmouth Harbour - Photo: Richard Davies

 

 

LFA is a non-profit members organisation that works to ensure the retention of the former Naval Air Station at Lee on Solent for aviation use. If you support that aim, we hope you'll join us. We're a sociable bunch with members who range from local residents to aviation enthusiasts, pilots and aircraft owners. Please explore the site to find out more about LFA and the history of and future plans for the aerodrome. If you're a pilot planning to fly in to Lee you'll also find useful information here and you can also check out the airfield webcams to see what's going on.