Talk:White Waltham Airfield

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More info[edit]

I am adding some more information to this article and deleting some of the citation requests (i.e, regarding ATA and de Havilland). The citation request following 'three runways' is sillt - I presume it is meant to refer to the claim of being the largest grass airfield in Europe, so I have replaced it there. As to the Duke of Edinburgh, I have no idea so have left this alone. Pilot magazine, Jan 2007, includes an article on White Waltham which rpovides sources for the items I've mentioned, plus one or tow other things I've added to the article, so I have included Pilot as a reliable source. Emeraude 10:49, 30 December 2006 (UTC)