Hunter Flying move to St Athan

The new Enterprise Zone at St Athan will become the key training area for aerobatic display teams.

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St Athan to become key training centre for aerobatic display teams

Edwina Hart, Business Minister
Business Minister, Edwina Hart, visits Hunter Flying's new premises today Credit: ITV Wales News

St Athan will become the key training area for aerobatic display teams from around the UK. Hunter Flying Ltd oversees the maintenance and operation of the largest private collection of classic aircraft of its kind in the world - many of which are used by display teams at airshows.

Hunter Flying relocated its entire operation to South Wales this year as a planned expansion at Exeter Airport, its former base, meant it had to find new premises. Hunter flying is the first private business to move into St Athan Aerospace Business Park.