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Individual Membership

Become a Member of the Air League and participate in the many and varied events, meetings and gatherings of this most worthwhile charitable organisation. 

You could benefit from the scholarships and bursary programmes, networking opportunities and help shape debate about the future of the aviation and aerospace sector in the UK.

Through your membership of the Air League, you will actively support the charitable objects of this aviation-orientated, 110 year old charity.

Join us now.

 Corporate Membership

There are fantastic benefits to becoming an Air League Coporate member. With your support, we are able to give opportunities to young people and enable personal development via aviation through our outreach projects and scholarships and bursary programmes. There are also plenty of opportunities to get involved in national debates surrounding aviation and aerospace through our annual programme of Parliamentary events and Lectures. These events also provide a great platform to network with peers and meet some of the young members being supported by the Air League into careers in aviation and aerospace. There are several different corporate membership types which have been tailored to suit different types of organisations. For further information about our corporate membership benefits, please call 0207 766 3458.


Other ways in which you support us include sponsorship. The Trustees are also always delighted to welcome new sponsors. This can be by annual cash donation (taking advantage of Gift Aid), by endowment, or by means of a legacy. Please contact [email protected] for further information. If you want to make a cash donation, this can be done by clicking on the Donate link at the bottom of the page.

We are also currently fundraising for our new and exciting National Youth Plane Building Programme – Project Slingshot. Visit the Project Slingshot page to find out more or contribute to the story by donating through our JustGiving page.


Help change young lives through aviation