Satellite and aerial maps of Bicester with nearby locations
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History of this Location
RAF Bicester was a light bomber station during WWII, latterly with the opening of 71 Maintenance Unit in Dec 1953 and its long association with gliding, powered flight was a rarity, apart from Oxford UAS activity - although a Jet Provost did land on the grass strip in Aug 1961. 71 MU moved to RAF Abingdon at the end of Mar 1975.
List of aircraft and events at Bicester
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