The world's first passenger flight ticket office was built at
According to 'Flight' magazine of 14th March 1911, anyone could book a short flight from this office for a price of two guineas, whereas four guineas bought a flight of three circuits around either Brooklands or Hendon aerodromes. For the more adventurous, a cross-country flight cost ten guineas.
It is unlikely that the ticket office was still used for its original purpose after 1914 but fortunately it has survived to the present day, having been a pilots' reporting office between the wars, and later used for storage by Vickers-Armstrongs.
Today, the Flight Ticket Office is a Grade 2 Listed Building and a