Crail Airfield is a 350 acre site, situated in the East Neuk of Fife, ten
minutes South of St Andrews, only an hour and a half from the Forth Road Bridge.
The north side of the airbase contains the barracks and mess areas, while the south is home to runways, associated buildings and events arena. Crail Airfield is renowned as one of the country's best kept Second World War naval air base's, which formally known as HMS Jackdaw then became HMS Bruce. With four main runways, the airfield contains two large hangars, an old cinema/gymnasium and many other class/barrack style buildings, some of which are presently in use for light industrial and agriculture production.
The events arena holds a diverse range of events that run throughout the year, including - Scotland's Drag Strip (The Crail Thrash), Track days, Sprints, Rallys, Driver Training, Military Training, Sunday Markets/Car Boot Sales (every 2nd Sunday April to September), Film Sets/Location/Studio, Dog search training and pre-booked fly ins.
The majority of events take place at the weekends, but those wishing to visit the facility during the week can do so by prior arrangement.