Wiltshire Microlight Centre

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Wiltshire Microlight Centre is a British Microlight Aircraft Association (BMAA) registered school operating from its own registered airstrip. The centre is owned and run by twice European hang gliding champion and ex-RAF pilot Tony Hughes. Tony has been a senior BMAA inspector since 1993 and undertakes Annual Permit Inspections and check flights for both flexwing and 3-axis microlights.

Flying training takes place above the stunning North Wessex Downs and Vale of Pewsey, site of ancient stone circles, Silbury Hill, White Horses, mysterious crop circles and a host of other historic sites.

Thruster T600N
Icarus C42
3-Axis microlights
Learn to fly in our Comco Ikarus C42, Jabiru powered Thruster T600 or the Flight Design CT2K.
Flexwing microlights
Take to the air in one of the club's Pegasus flexwings
< More about 3-axis aircraft < More about our flexwings

Latest News

Birdman Tony - first man to fly over 100 metres at Worthing Birdman 2014

On 12th July 2014, after many years of trying, Tony Hughes flew 116.3m, the first man ever to achieve a flight over the jackpot line of 100m, at the Worthing International Birdman event.
However; minutes later Ron Freeman soared to an amazing 159.4m thus denying Tony the £10,000 prize.
Nevertheless; a remarkable achievement and great flying by both competitors.


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