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Yorkshire Aero Club

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1910. Leeds football ground.

Yorkshire Aeroplane Club

(Associated with National Flying Services Ltd.)

Founded: 1924.

President: Lord Grimthorpe.

Membership: 312.

Aircraft: Three D.H. Moths.

Aerodrome: Yeadon, seven miles N.W. of Leeds.

Railway Station: Guiseley and Leeds.

Instructors: Captain H. V. Worrall, D.S.C.; B. E. Moody.

Secretary: Miss D. Burton.

Address: Leeds and Bradford Municipal Aerodrome, Yeadon, Yorks.

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