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The church at nearby Kirk Andreas retains an immediately transparent truncated appearance due to the tower having to be shortened in height to allow Spitfires to land more safely. The dismantled stones were stored in a nearby field and intended to be restored in peacetime but the local populace then decided not to bother, and the material was used for other building duties. A memorial window dedicated to No 11 Air Gunnery School can be found inside the church.

Also known as: RAF Andreas
County: Isle of Man
Current Status: Farmland / Industry / Housing / Aviation
Date: 1 September 1941 - January 1947
Current Use: Limited flying
Used By: RAF / FAA / Civil

The following organisations are either based at, use and/or have significant connections with the airfield (as at 01/09/2011):

  • Andreas Parish Commissioners
  • Birchall Plant Hire Ltd
  • Diverse Signs 
  • Northern Scrap Metals
  • Ramsey Skips
  • St Andrew's Church, Kirk Andreas

Main unit(s) present:

  • No 11 AGS
  • No 41 Sqn
  • No 93 Sqn
  • No 275 Sqn
  • No 452 Sqn
  • No 457 Sqn
  • No 772 Sqn
  • No 808 Sqn
  • No 825 Sqn
  • Andreas GC
  • Andreas Flying Club 

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