Aviation Clubs

Aviation Clubs

  • Aero Club of B.C. 
  • Aero Club of New England  America's oldest aeronautical club is dedicated to the celebration of aviation.  It promotes aviation education in schools, provides a scholarship program keeps abreast of aviation-related legislation, and holds meetings with addresses by leaders in aviation.
  • Aero Club of Southern California  Dedicated to the advancement of aviation and aerospace and to honor their outstanding contributors.  Membership in ACSC is open to everyone who has an interest in aviation and space: history, air and space technology, new developments, education, research, manufacturing, military flying, general aviation, commercial air transport and every other aspect of flight.
  • Aero Club of Southern Tasmania  Host of the World Powered Parachute Championship each year in Greenville, Illinois, USA.
  • The Aviation Club of the UK  Founded with the express aim of providing a forum for discussions on, and to promote the interests of, all aspects of civil aviation.  Membership of the Club is on an individual basis only, and is open to those having a professional interest in the advancement and development of the civil aviation industry.
  • Aviation Society of Antwerp  A Belgian organisation for aviation enthousiasts.  Anyone who is interested in aviation in general and the Belgian aviation scene in particular is welcomed as a member.
  • The New York Pilots Group  This social group for all metro New York area pilots meets for fly-ins, safety seminars, lunches, and more.  No membership fees.
  • Oxfordshire Aviation Group  Regular monthly meetings in Didcot, Oxfordshire,UK, often with a guest speaker, always with a warm welcome to like-minded individuals.
  • Scottish Aero Club 
  • Silver Wings Fraternity  You are invited to join this social, non-profit, and non-political organization if you logged a solo flight in a powered aircraft at least 25 years ago.  There are a number of local chapters around the U.S.  Silver Wings Over Washington is the official weblog of the Washington, DC Chapter.
  • The Wings Club  A mid-Manhattan club for aerospace and aviation professionals.

Aircraft-Specific Clubs

  • American Navion Society  For owners and enthusiasts of the NAvion and NAvion Rangemaster aircraft.  History, classifieds, photo gallary, AD's, modifications, kits for sale, maintenance tips and FAQ's, and more.
  • Beech Aero Club  A type club for the Beechcraft Musketeer, Sport, Super, Sundowner, Sierra, Skipper and Duchess.
  • The Bellanca-Champion Club Serving owners and enthusiasts of the Bellanca (Crusair, Cruisemaster, Viking) and Champion (Citabria, Decathlon, Scout) and derivative lines of aircraft with information, publications and technical assistance.  Quarterly newsletter with owner experiences, maintenance items and topical information.
  • Cardinal Flyers Online  Help for owners of the Cessna Cardinal.  Email list available.
  • Cessna Owner Organization  Monthly magazine, online forum, parts locating service, preferred insurance rates.
  • Cessna Pilots Association  Publishing the monthly CPA Magazine, an active forum, a weekly e-mail newsletter, full time technical staff, and a group insurance program.
  • The Cherokee Pilots' Association  Owner group devoted solely to Piper Cherokee aircraft.
  • Commander Owners Group  For owners of the Rockwell and Commander 112, 114, and 115 aircraft.
  • Eclipse 500 Owners Club  The E5C was initially formed by Eclipse Aviation Company for Eclipse owners and enthusiasts.  News, articles, forum, gallery.
  • The de Havilland Moth Club  This association of owners and operators of Moth aeroplanes was established to safeguard the type, interchange spare parts, and encourage the spread of technical information and assistance.  They welcome anyone with an interest in the classic aeroplanes designed and built by the de Havilland Aircraft Company at Stag Lane and Hatfield between the wars.
  • Harvard Club of South Africa  The Club is a section 21 non-profit organisation that aims to presevre the heritage and history of the Harvard/Texans that served in the South African Air Force for more than 50 years.
  • The Howard Aircraft Foundation Home Page The Howard Club is an organization of individuals dedicated to the ownership, restoration, and flying of aircraft designed and manufactured by Benny Howard and Gordon Isreal and The Howard Aircraft Company.
  • J3-Cub.com  A Piper J3 Cub site for owners and those that love life in the slow lane.  Tech information, member stories, forum.
  • Mooney Aircraft Pilots Association  MAPA is a service and support organization for owners and operators of all models of Mooney aircraft.
  • OV-10Bronco.Net  The OV-10 Bronco Association site with OBA updates and stories, images, classifieds, technical data, and other information.
  • RAANZ - The Recreational Flying Organisation  RAANZ microlight clubs, information, technical pages, wallpaper downloads.
  • T-34 Association  A non-profit corporation promoting the safe enjoyment of the Beechcraft T-34 Mentor.  Here you'll find official documentation on the T-34, the Mentor Monitor publication, as well as T-34s, parts, and merchandise for sale.
  • Twin Bonanza Association  Dedicated to the historical preservation of the Civilian Beech Model 50 and Military L23/U8 series aircraft.  They've got a newsletter with information on happenings and other events, a gallery, marketplace, history, stats, and other information.

Balloon and Airship Clubs

  • 4-flight.co.uk balloon group  Operating two privately owned and unsponsored Cameron VIVA balloons.  Based in Bristol, England and flying worldwide.  This site is intended mainly for their pilots, regular crew, and guests, however there is information that would be relevant to anyone interested in hot air ballooning.
  • The British Balloon and Airship Club The BBAC is a volunteer based organisation founded in 1965 which exists to promote lighter than air flying - hot air ballooning, gas ballooning and airship flying.
  • Connecticut Lighter Than Air Society  CLAS represents and promotes the sport of ballooning in Connecticut.  Calendar, pilot resources, photo gallery, balloon rides.  A club for anyone interested in learning about, participating in, and improving the sport of ballooning.
  • Georgia Balloon Association Inc.  Established to promote, develop, and aid in the art and science of ballooning; supervise and organize balloon competitions, advise government agencies on matters of aviation regulations, certification and safety of hot air and gas balloons and balloonists.
  • Pacific Coast Aeronauts  A club of hot air balloon enthusiasts with over 100 members in the San Francisco Bay Area, and other states in the U.S.
  • Willamette Aerostat Society Balloon Club  A hot air balloon club serving Oregon and Southwest Washington.  Event calendar, newsletter archive, ballooning links, and photo gallery.

Flight Simulation Clubs

  • Belgian Aero Simulator Club  Belgian aircraft and photo realistic scenery.
  • Flight Simulator User Group-UK  A flight sim club open to all PC Pilots.  Membership benefits include contact with others through a membership directory, advice on hardware and software, free for sale and wanted advertising, a subscription to the magazine "Micro Aviator Journal."
  • PC Pilots Ireland  A club for non-combat flight sim enthusiasts with a twice-yearly fly-in, meetings, guest speakers, downloads, active forum, and world-wide membership.  The quarterly magazine contains news on what's happening in the flight sim world, product reviews, member's articles, help with hardware and software problems, and articles on the real world of aviation.
  • Virtual International Flying Club  An established flight sim club dedicated to having fun and building friendships.  Members can fly the planes they want, where they want, when they want.  They have a Teamspeak Server and two Game Servers for Multiplayer Flying.  See their Promotional Video on YouTube.

Flying Clubs

  • 43rd Aviation Flying Club  A Hartford, Connecticut (HFD) based club of private pilots sharing experience, fun and professionally maintained club aircraft since 1962 (sorry no students).
  • A & E Flying Club of Los Angeles  Based at Hawthorne Airport (SOCAL) and formed in 1949 to promote low-cost, safe, recreational flying and skills improvement.
  • Actualidad Aeroclub de Reus  The blog of the Aeroclub de Reus, Reus, Spain.  Aeronautical activities, flight school, flying club.
  • Aero Club Bahia de Malaga  A south Spain club with 4 Cessnas 172's, a C172RG, a Piper Cub and a P30 Twin Comanche.
  • Aero Club Reggio Calabria A South Italian flying club.
  • The Royal Aeroclub de Reus Costa Daurada  A non-profit organization, created by a group of people interested in the practice of the engine flying.  Airport of Reus, (Tarragona), Spain.  Aeroclub blog.
  • Aero Club of Southern Tasmania  Flying trips, flying competitions, information sessions, social functions.
  • Aeronautical club Sveti Ilija  A light aircraft flying club formed in 1936 and providing pilot training, gliding, parachuting and dragon flying.  The primary purpose of the club is to learn to fly and continue flying at the lowest possible cost, while maintaining the highest standards for maintenance, safety and training.  The club operates two UTVA 75, Wilga 80, Cessna 172, Zlin 526 F and Piper Super Cub.  The web site includes Club information, a picture gallery, and links.  Located on Zaluzani airport Banja Luka, Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina, near to Banja Luka International airport BNX.
  • Alameda Aero Club  A small, all volunteer, non-profit flying club dedicated to promoting general aviation and providing members with well-maintained, inexpensive airplanes.  Based at the North Field of Oakland International Airport, across the Bay from San Francisco in Northern California.
  • Alice Springs AeroClub Inc.  A not-for profit organisation that provides training, promotes light aircraft flying and safety in aviation, and encourages flying competitions, displays, tests and trials.  Fly with or without instructor in the Australian Outback.
  • Algoa Flying Club  Flying club based in Port Elizabeth, providing facilities for social interaction between pilots and light aircraft hire and training.
  • Artisan Flying Club  An upstate New York flying club with four Piper aircraft, all IFR equipped, based at Greater Rochester International Airport (KROC).
  • Aspen Flying Club  A Metro Denver area club.
  • Australian Aerobatic Club  Formed to foster interest in the sport by providing opportunities to train and compete.  The club provides pilots and non-pilots the opportunity to learn and practice the judging techniques of competition aerobatics.  Club information, newsletter, events calendar, photos, and links.
  • Belfast Flying Club A light aircraft flying club formed in 1996 to provide pilot training and aircraft hire to members.  The club operates a Cessna 150 Aerobat from Belfast International Airport.  Group aircraft associated with the club include a Cherokee Warrior and Piper Arrow IV.
  • Boeing Employees Flying Aassociation  The BEFA is a non-profit organization that allows eligible persons to use small aircraft for personal flying or to learn to fly.  Aircraft are available to members at low per-hour costs.  Most of the flight instructors are Boeing employees themselves.
  • Boerne Flying Club  IFR Piper Warrior II based at Boerne Stage Airfield serving the San Antonio, Texas area.
  • Bombay Flying Club  Charter flights, sightseeing flights over Mumbai & Goa, aerial tours in Cessna planes, pilot training, air taxi.
  • Boundary Bay Flying Club  Membership from a cross section of society, all sharing a common interest: having fun in aviation.  Membership is on a first name basis and no one cares who you are or what you do.  Located at Boundary Bay (Delta), British Columbia, Canada.
  • Brampton Flying Club  A Canadian flying club operating its own airport and dedicated to general aviation and flight training.  The club is 12 miles northwest of Pearson International Airport.  Experienced, professional instructors provide flight training, an authorized Cessna parts and service dealer, complete aircraft maintenance and services to all models of light aircraft.
  • Brandon Flying Club  A flight training school offering private pilots license, commercial pilot training, recreational pilot license, and many more courses for those interested in learning to fly.  They welcome International students from India and other countries to take their training in Brandon, Manitoba.
  • Caprock Aero Club  Consider this West Texas aero club if you're looking to start a career in aviation or complete a life long dream to fly or own an airplane.
  • Carney Aviation, Inc.  The Squadron One Flying Club flys a variety of aircraft, emphasizing Grumman and Mooney four-seat single-engine airplanes.
  • Chandelle Flying Club  An incorporated, not-for-profit club that was established for the flying pleasure of its members.  Aircraft are IFR certified and based at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) Texas.
  • DFW Lite Flyers  Dedicated to the promotion of ultralight and light plane safety, education, and the improvement of personal flying skills.
  • Elite Flying Club Malaysia  A social organization offering pilot training, a flight school, flying adventures, and aircraft hire.  The website has live weather updates, online bookings, a pilots lounge with message board facilities, up to date global aviation news and online enquiry forms.
  • Enginaires Aero Club  A member-owned flying club based at University of Illinois Willard Airport (KCMI) in Champaign, Illinois.
  • Eximious Flying Club  A Metro Detroit aviation group promoting safe, affordable, fun flying in a club atmosphere.  Piper Archers based at C.A. Young (DET) and Oakland-Troy (VLL) airports.
  • Florida Flying Gators  A central Florida LSA / Experimental aircraft flying club with club fly-ins and hangars for sale and for rent.  All pilots and aircraft are welcome.
  • Flyers Incorporated San Diego, CA based flying club.  Member info, fleet list, links.
  • Freeflight Aviation LLC  A flight school and flying social club based at the Flying W Airport in Medford, New Jersey.  They give flight instruction and rent aircraft.
  • Gace Flying Club  Founded as the Grumman Aerospace Corporation Employees Flying Club in 1969, and currently operating on Long Island, New York at Islip MacArthur Airport (ISP).  Their membership is open to all who share their goal to: "Advance, Encourage, and Promote Safe and Economical Flying."  Flight instruction is available for members in the club fleet of aircraft.
  • The Garden Island Flying Club  Flight School of Kauai with aircraft rentals.
  • Golden State Flying Club  Providing flight training since 1968.  Part 141, from Private Pilot to Commercial in San Diego.
  • Goodwin Aviation  A Jacksonville, Florida area flying club and aircraft rental operating from Craig Airport.  Instrument training or VFR fun at great rates in well equipped and maintained airplanes.
  • Government Aviation Training Institute  GATI is a flying club and pilot training institute in India for CPL, PPL, SPL, and FRTOL courses and is a DGCA approved flying club.
  • Irish Aero Sports  A flying club situated at Kilkenny airfield offering PPL(M) training in a Samba XXL, and tailwheel differences training in a Citabria 7GCAA.
  • Jersey Aero Club  New Jersey's oldest active flying club.  Based at Lakewood Airport (N12) with a well maintained fleet: Warrior, Archer, Mooney 201, and Cherokee 6.  All are IFR-capable and GPS-equipped.  Low rates, tach time, wet.  Online scheduling and instructors for instrument, commercial, CFI.  Minimum PP-ASEL rating required.  No primary training.
  • Kakabeka Falls Flying Club An Ontario club with members that own ultralight, homebuilt, conventional wheel and float planes.
  • Kenmarson Aero Club  A flight school, aircraft maintenance facility, and FAA "CATS" testing center.  Over 20 airplanes for rent: singles, twins, high wing, low wing, turbo, V-tail bonanza.  South Jersey Regional Airport (VAY), Lumberton, NJ.
  • Manatee Sport Flyers  A club based out of Airport Manatee in Florida for pilot and non-pilot enthusiasts of hot air balloons, parasail, powered paraglider, trikes, fixed wings and general aviation aircraft.
  • Nedre Romerike Flyklubb  A local aeroclub near Oslo, Norway.
  • North Coates Flying Club  Based on the former RAF North Coates Airfield, this club welcomes all aviation enthusiasts and private pilots.  Facilities cater for anything from a Group A aircraft to a Paramotor.  Various events are held during the year, including the "Brass Monkey" Fly-In.
  • Oxford Flying Club  A nonprofit corporation dedicated to safe, affordable flying for it's members.  Located at Waterbury-Oxford Airport (OXC) in Connecticut.  Members share access and cost of light aircraft for personal use with liberal booking rules.  Each member contributes his or her talents to keep the club and the aircraft running smoothly.
  • Paramus Flying Club A non-profit organization in Teterboro, New Jersey dedicated to providing pilots with three aircraft: Cessna 172 Skyhawk N63017, Cessna 182 Skylane N4468N, and Mooney 201 N201YV.  Club information, membership, aircraft, photo-album, links.
  • Phuket Flying Club and Airpark  Information about the development and activities of this Southeast Asia airpark.
  • Pomona Valley Pilots' Assn  Southern California pilots dedicated to the joy of flying.
  • Rainbow Flyers Pilots Association of Texas  Dallas and Austin.
  • Randers Flying Club  This club has about 160 members, most of whom are private pilots, and who either own an aircraft, a share in one, or who rent when the need or opportunity arises.  One of Denmark's most active flying clubs and located at Randers Airfield, which is used by both commercial and general aviation traffic.  It is the home for more than 30 aircraft and accommodates a clubhouse, a service and maintenance workshop, refuelling facility, parking area, and both club and privately owned hangars.  Visitors are welcome to come and take advantage of the facilities.
  • Rochester Flying Club  A private, non-profit organization in Rochester, NY: event dates, fleet information, newsletter, mailing list.
  • Rocky Mountain Flying Club  Vatsim flying for General Aviation pilots.  This site provides entertainment and social interaction for virtual pilots using FSX.  RMFC is not a virtual airline, but rather a flying club for people sharing a common interest in aviation.
  • Salinas Owners and Pilots Association  The website of SOPA, a California non-profit corporation offering fellowship, education, and outreach in Monterey County, California.
  • Six4aSix  A non-profit equity ownership club in the Fort Worth, Texas area with several high-performance, complex IFR aircraft.
  • Skyhawk Flying Club  A well-established, not-for-profit organization with three aircraft to meet a variety of flying missions.  Founded in 1971 and based out of the Omaha/Millard Municipal Airport (KMLE) in Omaha, Nebraska.
  • South Florida Flying Club  A website for members and those seeking information about the South Florida Flying Club.  Members fly IFR C172P models.
  • Southern Flight Centre  A CAA recognised and approved UK flight training centre.  Gift vouchers available.
  • St. Augustine [Florida] Airport Pilots Association  A social group for pilots, aircraft owners and aviation enthusiasts.
  • Stanford Flying Club  A non profit organization which specializes in flight training.  It offers a network of resources: safe and up to date flight training, modern aircraft, interactive pilot training materials, as well as other educational aviation services.  Founded in 1935 at Stanford University.  Open to the public.
  • Sundance Flying Club  A friendly, professional, and affordable place to fly and train with a wide range of airplanes for rent.  Located at Palo Alto airport (KPAO), serving the greater San Francisco Bay Area.
  • The Tiger Club  Flying tailwheel and vintage aircraft in the U.K.
  • Turweston Aero Club  Exclusive use of a quiet, yet fully licensed airfield in the South of England.
  • Twin City Cloud 7 Flying Club A non-profit, member-owned flying club located at Flying Cloud airport [FCM] in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.  Members fly five equipped, maintained, and hangared Cessnas: two C172 Skyhawks, a C177RG Cardinal RG, a C182 Skylane and a C210 Centurion.
  • Twinco Flying Club  Based at KPOU, Dutchess County Airport, New York.  The club owns two IFR C172's and membership is limited to 20 members.
  • The University of California Flying Club  A non-profit California corporation existing to provide aircraft at reasonably low rates for the training and general use of our members.
  • West Valley Flying Club Dedicated to providing aircraft, instruction for both new and experienced pilots, and avaition-related activities for its members.
  • Windy City Flyers  A limited member flying club with a rental fleet including fixed gear singles, complex aircraft, high performance single, and multi-engine aircraft.
  • The Winnipeg Flying Club  A Canadian flight training operation with programs ranging from entry to professional pilot levels.
  • Wright Stuff Aviation, A Flying Club  A non-profit, member-owned flying club, based in Grand Rapids, MI (GRR).

Hang Gliding and Ultralight Clubs

Helicopter Clubs

  • The British Rotorcraft Association  The centre of UK gyroplane information.
  • Helicopter Club of Great Britain  The Club's purpose is to promote safe and considerate flying.  They represent the interest of club members on committees with BHAB, RAC, FAI and CAA.  Also, they organise helicopter events throughout the year including the British Helicopter Championships.

Radio Control Aircraft Clubs

R/C Club Directories

  • The R/C Web Directory  This Tower Hobbies page has a giant, geographically arranged directory of R/C aircraft clubs, worldwide.

R/C Club Websites

  • Bury Metro Model Flying Club  The BMMFC is open to all ages and abilities, fixed wing and helicopter.  Expert free tuition up to ‘A’ Certificate standard for beginners.  Examiners to take you through your "A" Test and expert tuition for more advanced flying. 
  • Central Alberta Radio Fun Flyers  CARFF is Alberta's radio control model aeromodeling club.  Learn to fly radio control models, and view photo albums, classified ads, and a forum.
  • Kinross Radio Model Flying Club  Their flying site is located on the outskirts of Milnathort Kinross.
  • Mako's RC Jet Club  This non-profit Florida club suppports all RC model airplanes and says they are "an easy-going bunch of RC flyers who love flight and whose main goal is to keep RC flying fun." They like to make a day at the field an enjoyable experience for the entire family as well as the RC flyer.  Be sure to check out the photo and video galleries!
  • Mile Hi R/C Flying Club  A model R/C Aircplane Club located in Aurora, Colorado.
  • Model Aeronautics Association of Canada (MAAC)  Links to Canadian model airplane clubs, events, committees.
  • Mokopane Radio Flyers  The website for the radio control flyers of Mokopane in the Northin Province of South Africa.  Also see the Mokopane Radio Flyers blog.
  • Osceola Flyers R/C Club  A radio control flying club located in the Central Florida area near Walt Disney World, just south of Kissimmee.  Dedicated to model aviation sport flying.
  • Remote Possibilities RC Club  A place where those interested in all aspects of the remote control hobby could get together and share ideas and knowledge.  They have a wide range of aircraft in the club, from electric park fliers to jet aircraft and everything in between.  St. George, Utah.
  • Sky Rangers Model Flyers  A small club in Kamloops, BC dedicated to promoting R/C airplane flying and teaching newcomers.
  • South Derry Model Flying Club  One of northern Ireland's leading model flying clubs.
  • Western R/C Flyers Omaha Nebraska  An AMA chartered radio control airplane club located in Omaha, Nebraska with two grass flying fields.  Since 1967, with over 150 photos in the gallery, and much more.

Soaring and Gliding Clubs

  • 1-26 Association Dedicated to promoting fun, challenging, safe and inexpensive flying for pilots of all skill levels from beginner to world champion.  A division of the Soaring Society of America.  Clubs, contacts, links.
  • 29 Palms Soaring Club In Twentynine Palms, CA. Club information, links to soaring photographs and sites.
  • Adirondack Soaring Group, Inc.  Flying sailplanes out of Saratoga County Airport (5B2) in Saratoga Springs, New York.
  • Adrian Soaring Club  Located in Adrian, Michigan USA and operating since 1937.  Open to guest flights and new members.  The club offers several gliders (K-21, K-13, L-23 Blanik), a Pawnee towplane, and free instruction to members at Lenwaee County Airport (ADG).
  • Aero Club Albatross  A flying club for glider pilots flying year-round from Blairstown Airport (1N7) in Blairstown, New Jersey.
  • Aero-Club de Chauvigny  French soaring club.
  • Aeroclub Gliwicki In Polish.
  • Aeroclub Ostrowski  Polish gliding site with photo gallery, Polish gliders, links, championships.
  • Air Sailing, Inc.  A not-for-profit, membership organization gliderport in Nevada.
  • Associated Glider Club of Southern California  San Diego, California.
  • Bay Area Soaring Associates Inc.  The BASA is a group of pilots based in the San Francisco Bay Area who fly high performance sailplanes.  The club owns six sailplanes.
  • Beverley Soaring Society  Located 130 km east of Perth Western Australia, Beverley Soaring Society is a dynamic club providing trial flights and pilot training from novice through to the adventure of cross- country flying and racing.
  • Blue Ridge Soaring Society News, E-Mail list, links.  New Castle, Va.
  • Bowland Forrest Gliding Club  Club fleet, information, contact info, photo gallery.
  • The Booker Gliding Club Information, club fleet, courses, news, calendar, club aircraft.  Based at Wycombe Air Park, in the Chilterns, UK.
  • Caesar Creek Soaring Club  An SSA Chapter operating its wholly owned glider port near Waynesville, Ohio, USA.  Membership about 220.
  • Cambridge Gliding Club  Affiliated with the British Gliding Association (BGA).
  • Canberra Gliding Club Australian club.  Information, weather, newsletter.
  • Cape Gliding Club A non-profit South African organization dedicated to the promotion and enjoyment of soaring in the Western Cape province of South Africa.
  • Central Ohio Soaring Association  COSA is a working club of individuals who enjoy the pleasure and skill of flying sailplanes (gliders).  Located on the Marion, Ohio Airport.
  • Central Ontario Soaring Association  Club is located in south central Ontario, Canada.
  • Colorado Soaring Association  A club dedicated to learning about, pursuing and enjoying the sport of soaring.
  • The Crestline Soaring Society  The CSS is a non-profit club serving the foot launched flying community in the San Bernardino Mountains and Southern California.
  • Darling Downs Soaring Club Online  A club operating every weekend in Queensland.  Site offers online glider reservations, learning to soar, gallery, links.
  • Darlton Gliding Club  Grass strip 05/23 winch and SLMG, located in North Nottinghamshire England.  Small friendly club with about 75 members, visitors welcome.
  • Diest Aero Club  A Belgian soaring club.
  • Dumfries & District Gliding Club  At Falgunzion Near Dumfries SW Scotland.
  • Essex & Suffolk Gliding Club Photos, club fleet, links.  At the Wormingford Airfield, UK.
  • Evergreen Soaring  A non-profit flying club operating in Washington State, USA.
  • Fun Country Soaring Glider Club  Operates from Reader-Botsford Airfield in Wellington, Ohio with about 30 members who enjoy flying as often as they can get to the airport.  They provide certified flight instruction, tow-plane, and a complete soaring educational curriculum.  An introductory lesson gets you a "hands-on" flying experience.
  • Geelong Gliding Club The Geelong Gliding Club was the first gliding club established in Australia.
  • Greater Houston Soaring Association  Houston Texas area members organized for the purpose of educating the public and its members about the sport of soaring.
  • Hollister Gliding Club  Provides glider training in the San Francisco and Monterey Bay areas.  Located about 45 minutes south of San Jose, CA, they offer primary, cross-country, and aerobatic instruction.  Glider rides at the Hollister airport are provided by Bay Area Glider Rides.  You can join the Bay Area Soaring Associates private glider club at the Hollister Airport once you complete your glider training course.
  • Illini Glider Club  A non-profit organization in central Illinois and Chapter Member of the Soaring Society of America.
  • The Jury Hill Gliding Club Operates from Papawai Airfield in Southern Wairarapa, New Zealand.  Formed in 1989 with about 40 members.
  • Lake Elsinore Soaring Club  A California club.  General information, members, associations, databases, for sale.
  • Las Vegas Valley Soaring Association  A non-profit sport glider soaring club in Las Vegas Nevada, USA.
  • London Soaring Club  A non-profit organization dedicated to the sport of soaring and located near Embro, Ontario, Canada.  Club flight operations run from April to November with the majority of their flying occurring on weekends and statutory holidays each year.
  • Long Island Soaring Association General and club information, officers, contacts.
  • Luftsportgemeinschaft Kesselsweier Hilden Haan e.V  Soaring in Northrine-Westphalia Germany.  Informative pages about the sport, media ressources, and club.  (Segelfliegen in der LSG Kesselsweier.  Informative Seiten zum Segelflugsport mit Bildern, Informationen und Berichten rund um diesen Verein.)
  • Magalies Gliding Club  The Club has around 200 members with around 100 to 150 starts over a summer weekend.  Flights of 300 km are regularly achieved and 500 kms are fairly common with Koster, Lichtenburg, Ventersdorp, Zeerust, Coligny and Ottosdal amongst the popular turning points.  Operations are conducted from Orient airfield 5100' amsl with two parallel 1500m long grass strips laid out 18-36, a cross runway of 700m (11-29) and an emergency strip of 500m.
  • Memphis Soaring Society  The MSS is a soaring club that has approximately sixty-eight glider pilots and student pilots operating out of the Forrest City (Arkansas) Municipal Airport west of Memphis, TN.  Most club members live in the tri-state area of Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee.
  • Mid-Atlantic Soaring Association Located in the Mid-Atlantic Region of the United States of America.
  • Mid-Georgia Soaring Association  90 members flying out of Monroe-Walton County Airport, about 35 miles east of Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
  • Midland Gliding Club  A UK club offering ridge, thermal, and wave gliding.  Professional instruction and winch drivers, accommodation, bar, catering, fleet of K21s, K23s, K13, K8, Discus, Pawnee, Skylaunch and Knox2000 winches and Falke 2000.
  • Minden Soaring Club  This web page from a club in Nevada is full of gliding information: flying destinations, forum, articles, gallery, links.
  • Nene Valley Gliding Club  A small gliding club in Cambridgeshire.  This website has plenty of articles and photos on gliding to look over.
  • Nevada Soaring Association  The NSA is a non-profit club operating from the AirSailing Gliderport (north of Reno, Nevada) and providing recreational soaring for the benefit of its membership.  Guest and new memberships welcome.  Pre-solo, local, and advanced soaring are both taught and encouraged.
  • North Florida Soaring Society  The NFSS provides safe flying facilities, equipment, gliders, general soaring education, and glider instruction on a not-for-profit basis.  Located at Herlong Airport, Jacksonville, FL, USA and offering soaring year-round on Thursdays and weekends.
  • Nutmeg Soaring Association  Providing members with a fleet of sailplanes and towplanes, as well as free flight instruction by FAA certified flight instructors.  Operating at Freehold, NY, southwest of Albany.
  • Oldtimer Segelflugclub Wasserkuppe (Vintage Glider Club Wasserkuppe).  Pictures, events, links.  In German and English.
  • The Peterborough & Spalding Gliding Club Homepage  Club history, trial lessons, club fleet, gliding links.  This club is situated just north of Crowland (Lincolnshire, U.K.)
  • Piedmont Soaring Society  A soaring club located near Farmington, North Carolina.  Home of the famous Kitty Hawk Trophy.
  • Post Mills Soaring Club  Basic through advanced training in gliders.  Operations at Post Mills, Vermont and other sites in northern New England.  The glider flet includes a Schweizer 2-33 for basic training, a Blanik L-13 for advanced and cross country training, a Schweizer 1-23H 15 meter, and a Glasflugel HpH 304C 15 meter sailplane.
  • Redwing Soaring Association  A non-profit club with approximately 40 members who share an interest in soaring.  A chapter of the Soaring Society of America, located at L.O. Simonstad Airport in Osceola, Wisconsin, 40 miles NE of St Paul, Minnesota.  The site provides answers to common questions regarding local glider operations.  Many aspects of the sport of soaring are also discussed.
  • San Antonio Soaring Society Inc.  SASSi provides facilities for individuals to meet who have a common interest in soaring, including glider pilots of all levels, student pilots, families and crews, and interested non-pilots.  They seek to further their common interest, encourage training, promote flight safety, advance Soaring in their area, and provide social fellowship.
  • Seattle Glider Council  Consisting of members from around the Pacific Northwest that are interested in promoting and participating in the sport of soaring.
  • Silent Knights Glider Club, Ames IA  Soaring club in Ames, Iowa, north of Des Moines.  Equipment: Blanik L-13, 2-22, 1-26, 1-34, Supercub.  Instruction and rides.
  • Silverado Soaring  A northern California sailplane club for licensed pilots, offering soaring opportunities at Crazy Creek, Truckee, and Minden.
  • Sky Soaring Glider Club  The home page and picture gallery from the Chicago area's premiere soaring club and location.  They own and operate Chicago's only airport dedicated solely to the sport of glider flight.
  • Skyline Soaring Club  At Front Royal - Warren County Airport (FRR) near Front Royal, Virginia, USA.  Newsletter, photos, events, membership.
  • Southern Downs Aero and Soaring Club  SDASC is a short drive from Brisbane, and is a gateway to soaring the Southern Downs and The Great Dividing Range.
  • Spokane Soaring Society  Soaring Club in the Spokane Washington and Deer Park area.  The club mostly flies on weekends, but arrangements can be made to fly any day of the week from mid April to mid October.
  • Staffordshire Gliding Club  A self help club without any employees.
  • Stratford-on-Avon Gliding Club  Glider club site with photo gallery, fleet information, field, members, and, naturally, the local pub.
  • Southern Eagles Soaring  A private club operation located in western Georgia at the LaGrange-Callaway Airport, LaGrange, GA made up of members from central Alabama and west Georgia.  Primarily an aerotow launch based club, but occasional world class winch and auto tow.
  • Tampa Bay Soaring Society  A private recreational soaring club located at Zephyrhills Municipal Airport, FL (ZPH).
  • Texas Soaring Association Membership, cost, equipment.
  • Tidewater Soaring Society  A member owned and operated club located in Southeastern Virginia.
  • The Utah Soaring Association  A 45 member club based out of Heber Valley Airport (Russ McDonald Field).
  • Vintage Glider Club of The Netherlands (VHZ)  English and Dutch site.
  • Waikerie Gliding Club  A commercial club situated in Waikerie on the River Murray South Australia.  Learn to fly, sailplanes for hire, glider maintenance and sales.
  • West Coast Soaring Club  Club located in Vancouver BC Canada.  newsletter, events, site forum.
  • Windrushers Gliding Club  Windrushers GC took over the RAF Bicester site in Oxfordshire, UK, and now runs a civilian gliding centre open to everyone.  This large open grass airfield is ideally situated for cross country soaring, with easy access from the M40.
  • Winnipeg Gliding Club
  • Yorkshire Gliding Club, UK.  Year round flying at Sutton Bank.

Directories of Clubs

  • Aeroclub Webring  List of aeroclubs in the world, detailed by country and by activity.
  • Aero Clubs  A free to use and easy to edit website for promoting flying clubs in the U.S.  Anyone can post their club for free and also edit the listing.  Very simple and straight forward.
  • Flying-Club.org  This club support site for MyFBO.com provides an index of nonprofit flying clubs with web sites.

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