|Ceased operations||Sill operational|
|Hubs||RAF Shobdon and RAF Cosford (civil runway)|
|Company slogan||The rebel air line|
|Parent company||It is not owned by a perent firm and is self runing.|
~more to come~
- RAF Shobdon
- RAF Pershore (Civil runway)
- RAF Cosford (Civil runway)
- New Radnor emergency air strip (charter and emergencies only)
- Ludlow air strip (charter and emergencies only)
- Ludlow hellypad
- Monmouth hellypad
- Coventry airport
- Cardiff airport
- Bristol Airport
- 3 British Aerospace BAe 146-200s.
- 2 Mil Mi-26 mixed passenger/cargo helicopter.
- 1 Piasecki H-21 cargo helicopter.
- 5 DC-3/C-47 Dakota's.
- 1 Cessna 208 Caravan.
The former RAF air base come civil airport, RAF Shobdon, continued as such after its repair in 2005. The former air field at the once mothballed RAF Pershore become the nations second light airport in 2010. The still disused Wolverhampton civil airport is still under UK authority, despite being well within Seisdon District. Joint ownership was mooted in 2009 and 2011. Monmouth hellypad was biult for millitery use in 2005, but civil aviation was alwed in by 2009.