To mark the completion of the work, a ‘Fish and Chipmunk Fly-In’ was organised for Saturday.
As well as viewing the Chipmunk aircraft at close quarters, those who came along could also appreciate a vintage Auster that took to the skies.
Throughout the day, fish and chips were available to keep any chills away.
The team are hoping to take delivery of two more vintage planes in the coming months to add to their collection.
For more information about Eshott and the various activities that take place at the airfield during the year, go to the Eshott Airfield Facebook page.