Basic military parachute jumping takes place at RAF Weston-on-the-Green from civilian aircraft that are based on the airfield and more advanced jumping takes place from C-130 Hercules aircraft based at RAF Lyneham.
No military aircraft are based at RAF Weston-on-the-Green. The airfield is only manned part-time by RAF personnel.
There is also a commercial Skydive weston sky-diving club.
RAF Weston-on-the-Green is one of the few remaining active RAF bases with some original pre-RAF buildings.
The airfield was used for the launch of the first hot air balloon in the UK in 1967, called the Bristol Belle and is the home of the Oxford Gliding Club, one of the oldest gliding clubs in the country.
|No. 2 Squadron RAF||1919-1920||Armstrong Whitworth FK.8|
|No. 18 Squadron RAF||1919||None||Cadre only|
|No. 90 Squadron RAF||1939||Bristol Blenheim||I|
|No. 20 (Pilots) Advanced Flying Unit RAF||1943-1945||Based at RAF Kidlington used Weston-on-the-Green as a Relief Landing Ground|
|No. 15 Flying Training School RAF||1940-1941||Based at RAF Kidlington used Weston-on-the-Green as a Relief Landing Ground|
|No. 130 Gliding School RAF||1951-1955||Slingsby Cadet||I, II and TX3|
|No. 13 Operational Training Unit RAF||1940||Bristol Blenheim||Based at RAF Bicester used Weston-on-the-Green as a Relief Landing Ground|
|No. 28 Training Depot Station RAF||1918-1919|