Airspeed Aviation Ltd. is a privately-owned, family-run UK company, set up in 1982 by Martin Jones. Based initially at Burnaston Airfield, when the land was acquired for a new Toyota factory it moved to a nearby site at Eggington before acquiring its current location of Derby Airfield.. Besides operating the airfield, Airspeed Aviation is a CAA approved aircraft maintenance and repair company. At the airfield, it also runs the Derby Aero Club and Training School and houses the Amy Johnson Comet Restoration Centre. In 2019, the company moved into new, purpose-built aircraft maintenance facility at the airfield, at the same time establishing themselves as a sales and service centre for Garmin avionics products.
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