Welcome to the Australian Aviation Club website. The aim of the Club is to provide a meeting place and a social club for people interested in both civil and military aviation and to promote understanding between persons engaged or previously engaged in the business of aviation.
New members are always very welcome. Nominations for membership can be made in writing and submitted by post to the Secretary via the addresses shown on the AAC Membership application form.
Australian Aviation Club members and their invited guests meet on the last Thursday of each month from February to October for a luncheon meeting at the National Press Club of Australia. The luncheon charge is $50 per person.
The Australian Aviation Club’s 2021 lunches will be held on the last Thursday of each month as follows:
26 August. Cancelled due ACT Covid-19 lockdown
30 September. Cancelled due ACT Covid-19 lockdown
28 October. Air Vice-Marshal Bob Richardson, AO, AFC (Retd), Club member and retired RAAF fighter and test pilot – The Empire Test Pilots School – 1968. Please nominate in accordance with instructions contained in the AAC flyer – 30 Sep 21. (Please note the intention to conduct the AGM in conjunction with this meeting)
(**Please note: should Covid restrictions preclude the conduct of the lunch on 28 October, the current intention is to reschedule the AGM and lunch, with Air Vice-Marshal Bob Richardson as the speaker, to Thursday 25 November.)
Christmas Lunch – Current uncertainties associated with Covid preclude the planning of the Christmas lunch.
The Australian Aviation Club’s 2022 lunches will be held on the last Thursday of each month as follows:
24 February. Wing Commander Grant Kelly, Director Historic Unrecovered War Casualties-Air Force – The story of 11 Squadron Catalina A24-50, lost 2 September 1943.
31 March. John McKenna – The Buccaneer carrier-based strike aircraft.