Join us, get involved and make a difference!
|Full Member (over age 22)||£73.00 GBP|
|Retired Member (over age 65)||£53.00 GBP|
|Student Member (under age 22)||£40.00 GBP|
Our members enjoy the following opportunities and privileges:
- Eligibility to apply for Scholarships and Bursaries
Scholarships (flying, engineering, gliding and balloon) for Student members (aged 17-26).
Flying bursaries for those members holding a Private Pilot’s Licence.
Free every two months.
- Free Consultant Advice
On all aspects of flying training and careers in aviation and the aerospace industry.
- Membership of RAF Flying Club’s Association
Membership of certain RAF flying clubs following completion of an ALET flying scholarship or flying bursary.
Formed on the 1st April 2001, the aim of the Association is to facilitate the Air Force Board’s objective of affording Servicemen and women, regardless of rank or trade, the opportunity of learning to fly at the lowest cost.
Due to strong and long-standing links between the Air League Trust (ALET) and RAF Flying Clubs, RAFFCA is keen to encourage young Air League members in their flying. After completing an ALET scholarship or bursary, League members can apply for membership of their local RAF flying club to allow them to develop their skills further. This opportunity allows members to experience direct contact with those serving in the RAF.
There are 14 RAFFCA clubs in the UK and each club is run as an individual entity. Currently, eight of these clubs (listed below) have agreed to accept League members. Joining is an individual agreement between a League member and the club, and not the RAF or any of its branches. To take advantage of this offer, members should contact their local RAF Flying Club and apply for club membership using their Air League membership card for identification. Full information on the clubs can be found by visiting: http://www.raf.mod.uk/rafflyingclubs
By distinguished speakers from all sectors of the aerospace community.
- Attendance at the Air League’s Annual Reception
Usually held in the Spring at St James’s Palace or the Merchant Taylors’ Hall.
- Admittance at the House of Commons
To meetings of the Associate Parliamentary Aerospace Group
- Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) Lounge and Bar
By courtesy of the RAeS, use of its facilities in the heart of London’s West End.
- Discount at Foyles Bookshops
- 10% concessionary discount at the Charing Cross Road and South Bank, Royal Festival Hall branches.