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Pictured: WW2 plane the 'Dakota', which conducted missions on D-Day proved a hit with the crowds.
Here is a first look at film director Guy Ritchie's historic airfield where he is offering spitfire experiences close to his country estate.
The airfield closed for renovations in February but now that it has reopened members of the public can pay to experience flights in iconic Second World War planes.
The revamped airfield has nods to its famous owner with the kiosk named The Smoking Barrels, after one of Ritchie's most famous films, and beer from his brewery, which is made two miles away at his Ashcombe Estate.