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 Club Name Category Town County
Almat Flying ClubFlyingCoventryWarwickshire
The Club offers flying training for a full JAR private pilot licence, UK National Private Pilots Licence (NPPL), Instrumental Meteorological Conditions Rating and Night Rating. Trial Lessons available at special prices...

Herts Flying ClubFlyingHarlowEast Anglia
Small microlight club...

Hartland Model Flying Club.FlyingBidefordDevon
We fly fixed wing and helicopters. We aim to attract interested people of all ages and abilities. There are 16 members at present and are able to use the site at any time. We hold various fundraising events from fly-ins to Model Extravaganzas. Next one 16th 17th October 2004....

Mona Flying ClubFlyingAngleseyGwynedd
If you're interested in learning to fly, Mona Flying Club is the ideal place to do it. Mona Flying Club is located half way between Bangor and Holyhead on the Isle of Anglesey under the shadow of the beautiful Snowdonia mountains. ...

Brighton Kite FlyersFlyingPeacehavenSussex

Brighton Kite Flyers (BKF): brings together kite enthusiasts from all walks of kite flying with the aim of exchanging information, techniques and ideas. Founded in 1979, the club has developed into a flourishing group of well over 100 members worldwide.

BKF Membership gives you not only membership to the club, but to a group of friends from around the world as well. With the benefits of knowing yo...


Enstone Flying ClubFlying Church EnstoneOxfordshire
Ours is a flying club for everyone from the beginner to the experienced pilot. If you are enthusiastic about flying, this is the club for you! At Enstone you will find everything you would expect from a modern flying school, all combined with the friendly relaxed atmosphere of our wartime club house....

London Transport Flying ClubFlyingChobhamSurrey
London Transport Flying Club Ltd is a limited company that doesn't make a profit. All club officers are volunteers, and all income is ploughed back into the club. Though the company has legal officers and formal meetings, the club is managed as far as possible for it's members, and there are member meetings every two months to decide future policy. Everybody gets a say in the way the club is run....

West London Aero ClubFlyingMaidenheadBerkshire
White Waltham Airfield, the home of West London London Aero Club (WLAC), is one of the oldest and best known airfields in the country. Set in 200 acres on the edge of a picturesque estate in the beautiful Berkshire countryside, it is one of the largest grass airfields in Britain. ...

Edinburgh Flying ClubFlying EdinburghStrathclyde
Edinburgh Flying Club was formed in 1934 and is one of the longest-established flying clubs in Scotland. We have been operating from Edinburgh Airport for nearly fifty years. We are a members-run club which allows us to offer good value flying training and aircraft hire for our members. We have four aircraft in the club fleet and there are also two group-owned aircraft which operate under the club's ausp...

Bournemouth Flying ClubFlyingChristchurchDorset
Take-off from Bournemouth International Airport in one of the aircraft from our extensive and diverse fleet. Whether it's for a gentle cruise down the Purbeck coast or a wild aerobatic experience we have an aircraft to suit you! The varied fleet is capable of different things including IMC, Night, Aerobatic, touring and Glass Cockpit flying. Our aircraft rates include fuel, landing fees at Bournemouth (E...

Sackville Flying ClubFlyingRiseleyBedfordshire
Sackville Flying Club, based in a quiet, pleasant rural location in North Bedfordshire, is home to a lively group of aviators, all of whom are passionate about flying. Within the club are three groups, whose interests span the three disciplines of Gliding, Microlight Flying and Power Flying. Many of the members have interests in more than one discipline, and indeed, some in all three. ...

The Royal Aero Club of the United KingdomFlyingLeicestershire
The Royal Aero Club of the United Kingdom (RAeC) is the national co-ordinating body for Air Sport in the United Kingdom. The Chairman is David Roberts of the British Gliding Association. Our history and origins date back to 1901, when we were founded as a Club for balloonists. The Club is made up of member organisations and individual members. The Full Members are the national governing bodies of the ...

Southend Flying ClubFlyingEssex
A truly comprehensive site for all. Whether you are searching for a gift idea in a trial flying lesson or interested in furthering your aviation aspirations with one of our many flying courses on offer. This is the place to start....

Airways Flying Club FlyingMarlowBuckinghamshire
Airways Flying Club has over 60 years of experience in training people to fly. Safety We take your safety seriously. That means our instructors are hand-picked for their skill and experience, our aircraft rigorously maintained, and our air traffic control facilities highly sophisticated. Here's what you can look forward to: Our instructors All our instructors are dedicated professionals in general a...

Sherburn Aero ClubFlyingLeedsYorkshire
Sherburn Aero Club is the largest flying club in the North, and one of largest in the country. With our own flying school, a large fleet of aircraft, and our low prices we make sure our members get the very best in affordable flying. But that's not all. Because we are a flying club, and not just a school, we cater for our members, and their families, after they become a fully qualified pilot. At She...


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