RAF Bramcote, an airfield dating to the Second World War. The runways were subsequently taken up. The airfield was situated 1km west of Wolvey.
Baginton Airfield was built before 1939. It continued to be used as a municipal airfield after the Second World War. It is situated to the west of Bubbenhall.
RAF Leamington Spa. During the Second World War Leamington Spa Airfield was taken over by the RAF and extended. The site was located to the east of Harbury Lane.
RAF Church Lawford, a Second World War airfield that was used for training instructors. The airfield was situated to the east of Dunsmore Heath.
The site of the Second World War RAF Warwick airfield which was located in fields north of Longbridge, Warwick. It opened in 1941 as a grass relief landing ground for RAF Church Lawford. Aerial photographs show the positions of the hangars and huts.
An aircraft hangar built in the 1930s and made by Boulton & Paul Ltd of Norwich. It has a steel frame with brick interior walls. There are two bays and four sliding doors. It is situated 1km north east of Kineton.
RAF Wellesbourne Mountford airfield was opened around 1940. After the Second World War, from 1945 to 1947 it was used by gliders and then the Air Training School used it until its closure in 1967. It is located west of Wellesbourne.
An airfield which was in use during the 1930s for private landings and aerial displays. It is featured in the 1938 edition of 'The AA's Register of Landing Grounds'. It is situated 1km north east of Kineton.
A line of concrete cylinders which are the remains of a Second World War tank trap or an aircraft obstruction. The cylinders are situated 400m west of Arley.
Documentary and aerial photograph evidence suggest that this as the the site of Armstrong Whitley's new factory where aircraft were manufactured before the Second World War. It was located to the east of Coventry Airport.