Our individual membership benefits
Scholarships and Bursaries – Our flying, engineering, gliding and Space scholarships are open to all our members (see the scholarship pages for further information on qualifying criteria)
Annual programme of Lectures – Annual lectures such as the Andrew Humphrey Memorial Lecture feature distinguished guest speakers from aviation, aerospace, defence and astronautics industries.
Air League events – There are also Air League events such as the Annual Flying Day which you will be invited to as a member. We offer discounted flying experiences as well as a chance to meet other like-minded people.
The Air League’s Annual Reception – Held every Spring at St James’s Palace. This is a great opportunity to celebrate all our scholars and recognise the achievements of those involved in the aviation and aerospace industry.
Free Consultant Advice – On all aspects of flying training and careers in aviation and the aerospace industry
Membership of RAF Flying Club’s Association – Due to strong and long-standing links between the Air League Trust and RAF Flying Clubs, RAFFCA is keen to encourage young Air League members in their flying. After completing one of our scholarships or bursaries, Air League members can apply for membership of some of the local RAF flying clubs to allow them to develop their skills further and fly for discounted rates. This opportunity allows members to experience direct contact with those serving in the RAF. Full information on the clubs can be found by visiting: http://www.flyingclubs.org/
Newsletter – Free newsletters across the year
Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) Lounge and Bar – By courtesy of the RAeS, use of its facilities in the heart of London’s West End.
Our corporate membership benefits
‘Air League in Parliament’ Events in the House of Commons-Free admittance for members of your organisation to all our events including:
- Attendance by invitation to dinners hosted by The Air League in Parliament,
- Invitations to networking opportunities with industry leaders and members of both Houses of Parliament
- Opportunities to contribute to the national debate on aerospace matters
The Air League’s Annual Reception – Attendance at the Air League’s annual reception in the privileged surroundings of St James Palace
Annual programme of lectures – Attendance at an annual programme of lectures by distinguished speakers from all sectors of the aerospace community
Access to talent and supporting the next generation of aviation and aerospace professionals – Through the Air League’s Scholarship and Bursary programmes, we are able to introduce you to highly motivated, air-minded young people interested in a career in the industry