One to One is the official station magazine for RAF Coningsby and is issued free of charge to all serving personnel, their families and copies are widely distributed within the local community. It is published six times per year.

Royal Air Force Coningsby has a diverse selection of aircraft operating from its airfield in line with the mission, “To Develop the future, deliver the present and commemorate the past of the Royal Air Force’s combat air power”. The developing the future theme is catered for by its two test and evaluation squadrons, one comprising its most modern and versatile multi-role aircraft, the Typhoon, and the other the Tornado GR4. The delivering the present theme is catered for by two front line Typhoon squadrons which deliver its operational outputs, which include Quick Reaction Alert, defence of the Falkland Islands and other operations such as support to NATO operations. In addition there is a Typhoon operational conversion unit squadron. The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, operating aircraft including the wonderfully evocative Spitfire, Hurricane and Lancaster, is also based on Station.

The objectives of One to One magazine are many and varied; primarily it will supply a permanent record of life on and off the station; sport, entertainment, welfare and even work events. There is also a strong local community involvement. All editorial is written by serving officers and personnel and, unlike most other newspapers and magazines, has a long shelf life. This is used as a directory of services and facilities in the local area in order to help families familiarise themselves with the Coningsby area. Whilst it is by way of obtaining advertising for One to One that this magazine’s publishing costs are covered, the excellent quality, interesting articles and wide local distribution makes this a must for advertisers. Indeed many companies advertise on a regular basis and find the “drip feed” of keeping their companies profile going throughout the year brings results.

If you are interested in advertising on this website or the publication please contact: Jo Marchant on 01536 526674