- A version of the C-3 with fabric-covered ailerons ( instead of metal ), designated the Aeronca 100, was built in England under license by Light Aircraft Ltd . ( operating as Aeronautical Corporation of Great Britain Ltd . ) but the expected sales never materialized only 24 British-built aircraft were manufactured before production was halted.
- Aircraft flying from Ashingdon Aerodrome were : Aeronca 100 and C2, Airspeed AS . 4, Mignet HM . 14 " Flying Flea ", Aero 8 HM . 14 Super Pou, HM . 18, Avro 504K, Avro 594, Avro 616, Avro 638 " Club Cadet ", Avro 642, BAC Drone, Blackburn Bluebird II, Bristol Bulldog, DH60 Moth, DH80A Puss Moth, Gloster Gauntlet, Handley Page W10, Handley Page " Dragon Rapide ", Premier Gordon Dove, Simmonds Spartan, Short Scion I and II and many others.