The Aeronca Club of Great Britain exists to provide a focal point for the interest, mutual benefit and enjoyment of all Aeronca owners, pilots and enthusiasts, wherever they are, and hold regular fly-ins in the UK and Europe where members can meet.
The Club and members have operated Antonov AN2s, the largest biplanes still flying, for over 20 years. Display flying has been carried out throughout the UK as well as private flights and parachuting. Flights in the AN-2, together with club membership, are available on their website.
The Club issues two magazines a year and is part of the consortium negotiating to take over the product support on vintage de Havilland aircraft.
The de Havilland Moth Club evolved from a belief that an association of owners and operators of Moth aeroplanes should be formed to create a suitable environment for safeguarding the type; for the interchange of spare parts and encouragement of the widest possible spread of technical information and assistance.
The International Auster Club was founded in 1973 and publishes the ‘International Auster Club News’ quarterly magazine. It’s purpose is to provide a link between the Club’s international membership and to encourage support for Auster aircraft.
The Vintage Aircraft Club aims to keep old aircraft in the air through a variety of flying and social events throughout the year.