Heston Aerodrome

New Air Services Inaugurated At Heston

New Air Services Inaugurated At Heston (1939)

New air service to Warsaw is inaugurated by Sir Francis Shelmerdine at Heston, Greater London.

Heston AKA New Type All Wing Plane Demonstrated

Heston AKA New Type All Wing Plane Demonstrated (1939)

Footage of model monoplane being demonstrated at Heston, Greater London.

Mechanical Maids Filmed At Heston

Mechanical Maids Filmed At Heston (1932)

Fun and games at a motor car rally at Heston Aerodrome.

Latest Flying Wonder

Latest Flying Wonder (1930)

Lord Thomson leaves by plane to conduct survey of Northern Rhodesia, Heston, Greater London.

Our Most Coveted Air Trophy - Version B

Our Most Coveted Air Trophy - Version B (1931)

Planes take off from Heston Aerodrome to compete for 'The King's Cup'.

Everest Air Expedition

Everest Air Expedition (1933)

British team set off from Heston to fly over Mt. Everest.

"It Won't Burn" AKA It Wont Burn (1933)

Inventor Major Robert Van Rolleghem demonstrates his plane safety device.

To Fly Round The World - Alone!

To Fly Round The World - Alone! (1930)

The Hon. Mrs Victor Bruce sets off on a round-the-world flight.

Peace Four Power Conference

Peace Four Power Conference

This item shows the delegates at Four Powers conference in Munich, and Neville Chamberlain' s triumphant return with Hitler's signature and hopes of peace. London.

News In A Nutshell

News In A Nutshell (1935)

A car crash kills the wife of the Austrian Chancellor, the third Test from Leeds, the viceroy arrives in Quetta, blasting rock at Niagra Falls and an Italian Fete in honour of St. Paul

News In A Nutshell

News In A Nutshell

News in a Nutshell includes - new airmail service to Scandinavia, cruise for 4000 young German workers, and King Edward VIII's first levee.

The Cup Final

The Cup Final (1936)

Newsreel cameramen are not allowed inside Wembley to film the Cup Final between Sheffield and Arsenal so they film it from above in a helicopter.

News In A Nutshell London Without Busses, Boys Camp In Germany, Pets Corner Opened At London Zoo, Stamps Of New Reign For The Coronation, Demolition Of Penyrheol Viaduct, H.F. Broadbent Breaks Record For Solo Flight From Australia, H.L. Brook Creates New Cape & Back Record, Sideways Launch On River Danube, HMS Indus Arrives In Thames, Glasgow Boys Brigade, Genoa - Roller Skating, Michigan Strike, International Football In Germany, New Road At Stockton

News In A Nutshell London Without Busses, Boys Camp In Germany, Pets Corner Opened At London Zoo, Stamps Of New Reign For The Coronation, Demolition Of Penyrheol Viaduct, H.F. Broadbent Breaks Record For Solo Flight From Australia, H.L. Brook Creates New Cape & Back Record, Sideways Launch On River Danube, HMS Indus Arrives In Thames, Glasgow Boys Brigade, Genoa - Roller Skating, Michigan Strike, International Football In Germany, New Road At Stockton (1937)

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Britain's Gesture For Peace

Britain's Gesture For Peace (1938)

Neville Chamberlain flies to Germany discuss the Czech Crisis with Hitler.

Chamberlain - Sudeten Crisis - 1938

Chamberlain - Sudeten Crisis - 1938 (1938)

Neville Chamberlain flies off to meet Hitler - and give away the rights of the Czechs.

The Prime Minister And Germany

The Prime Minister And Germany (1938)

Neville Chamberlain visits Hitler at Berchtesgaden and speaks to the press on his return.

Get Air Minded!

Get Air Minded! (1933)

Sir Alan Cobham sets out with his Air Circus on tour of the nation.

Girl Glides The Channel

Girl Glides The Channel

Record glider Joan Meakin talks about her achievement after the flight.

Four Power Conference - Rush Copy

Four Power Conference - Rush Copy (1938)

British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain leaves Heston for Four Powers Conference in Munich.

"Hard Luck, 'smithy'!" (1931)

Charles Kingsford Smith arrives at Heston airfield after long flight.

"Ford To Build Aeroplanes Here?" (1930)

Ford aeroplanes are shown off at Heston Aerodrome - they are all metal air liners.