Welcome to the website of Australian Aviation Club.   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.

Peter Rusbridge alluded to the crash of Nimrod XV230 when he spoke to us on 22 February 2018.   Please click the link to access a copy of Sir Charles-Haddon Cave’s presentation on lessons from that accident, delivered to the USI of the ACT on 9 April 2014.

Future lunch dates for 2018, speaker details and topics (when known) are as follows:

31 May – Sanu Kainikara – RAAF Air Power Strategist – Flying the MiG

19 June (Please note date change due wip at the National Press Club) – Ed Williams – Evolution of Aircraft Navigation

26 July – Martin James – RAAF Historian – The Battle of the Bismarck Sea

30 August – Doug Hurst – AAC member – The Domino Theory

27 September – Dave Rogers and Lance Halvorson – AAC members and F-4 and F-111 pilot and navigator respectively – Ferry of F-4, F-111 and F/A-18 to Australia

25 October – Martin Aubury – Nevil Shute – Author and Pilot

2 December – AAC Christmas lunch at Royal Canberra Golf Club (with partners)