Canberra Aero-Club aims to bring together people with a common interest in aviation in order to enjoy and experience the challenge and freedom of flight as safely as possible. The Club believes that sharing aviation with people from all walks of life not only makes us better pilots but better people too. So come down to the club and have a look at our aircraft, talk to our members or share a flight with one of our pilots.
The Royal Newcastle Aero Club has a long and proud history, with it
The Top End Flying Club has been operating from MKT Airstrip just outside of Darwin for almost 30 years.
Over this period there have been many developments locally and within the organisation most of us are members of, Recreational Aviation Australia.
Our club and the Airfield, owned by the Meyering Family provides a home and destination for small rag and tube ultralights through to plastic fantastics, GA, Warbirds and Helicopters.
The GCSFC membership is a diverse group of aviators from all sectors of the sport, recreational, private and even commercial aviators are amongst our members. It is the combined strength of this experience which gives our club the depth to foster recreational aviation in South-East Queensland.
Operating from the scenic Aldinga Aerodrome located on the beautiful Fleurieu Peninsula in South Australia, the friendly Aldinga Aero Club would like to invite anyone with an interest in aviation to visit our club.
Members meeting at South Australian Aviation Museum
Members at South Australian Aviation Museum
We hold a flying event on the first Sunday of every month, usually in the form of a simple competition to add interest and improve piloting skills. Events kick off on competition days about 10.30am, when pilots are briefed on the rules/requirements for the day
The Royal Aero Club of Western Australia is one of Australia’s largest aviation organisations.
Established in 1963, we are the largest aero club and flight training centre in Western Australia, outside the metro area. As a not-for-profit community based organisation our aims are simple; to promote and encourage all aspects of aviation, and to provide the best possible service and facilities for the community to enjoy.