|Also known as:||RFC Thrapston|
|Current Status:||Unknown (location not known)|
|Date:||1 October 1916 - 24 March 1917 (relinquished)|
|Landing Surface Types:||Unpaved|
Royal Aircraft Factory BE2 and BE12 variants fighters of No 75 Squadron had Thrapston available to them as a Home Defence landing ground during World War One. The airfield was given up due to the food shortage situation affecting Britain at the time and tactical reasons.
Main unit(s) present:
- No 75 Sqn