Seething Airfield is a privately owned airfield in Norfolk situated south east of Norwich and just a few miles from the east coast. The airfield is run on a non-commercial basis by members of the flying club who benefit from low cost flying and pilot training.
Situated close to the Norfolk and Suffolk border a few miles from the coast the airfield lies in uncongested airspace surrounded by picturesque countryside.
Seething Airfield is a popular airfield for visitors from around the country and from the continent. There are no landing fees, though visitors are invited to make a donation which goes towards the upkeep of the runway and airfield facilities.
Seething Airfield has a rich history like many airfields in East Anglia. Constructed as a base for Liberator bombers for the USAF 448th Bomb Group, you can still catch tantilising glimpses of those days on the airfield today.
Seething Airfield hosts a number of fly in events throught the year as well as its annual Charity Airday.
Additionally, the Control Tower Museum is open the first Sunday of each month May to October.
Thanks to the flying club, many people have been able to realise a dream - to fly! Learning to fly an aeroplane is, perhaps, the ultimate goal for most aviation enthusiasts. Seething Airfield offer its members the facilities to learn to fly in a friendly social environment and thanks to a team of fully qualified experienced volunteer instructors and examiners you will just be paying for your aircraft rental.