We restore and preserve historic aircraft
and artefacts for public display.
We are volunteers from the Medway Branch of The Royal Aeronautical Society. We are based in workshops at Rochester Airport. Chatham. Kent. UK.
We have a visitor centre (currently closed) and a shop.
The workshop is OPEN to visitors on Monday, Wednesday and Sunday:- 9.30am to 12.30pm - Donations Welcome
With the development work on Rochester Airport now in progress, various parts of the Spitfire and the Scion have been stored in other buildings on or outside the airport. We are still open to visitors but are not able to welcome larger parties at this time. Thank you for your patience.
Please note: - That we only have our current projects in our workshops and these are frequently stripped down so that work can proceed. The work we do is undertaken for our customers who then may fly, display or preserve the aircraft in private collections and museums where they can still be viewed.
Remembering the Fallen - Remembrance Day 2020
These are some of the aircraft that we have worked on and that have now
been returned to their owners.
MAPSL is a not-for-profit company, limited by guarantee, having no share capital and solely comprising volunteers from the Medway Branch of The Royal Aeronautical Society, whose aim is the restoration and preservation of historic aircraft and artefacts for public display.
MAPSL is registered in England under the Companies Act No. 02331464.
Medway Aircraft Preservation Society Ltd, AFIS Unit, Rochester Airport,
Maidstone Road, Chatham,
Kent, UK, ME5 9SD.
Our Patron Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall with MAPSL's former MD Lewis Deal, MBE.
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Patron:- Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall Managing Director:- Philip Cole,
Treasurer:- David Okrah Company Secretary:- Robin Heaps
Initial web design and production: - Tony Stigle.
Site last updated: 10 July 2020