Vintage Aircraft Club

Aims and History

The aim of the Vintage Aircraft Club is to provide a focal body for owners, pilots and enthusiasts of vintage and classic light aircraft by arranging fly ins and other events for the benefit of its members.

The present Vintage Aircraft Club has evolved from the Vintage Aircraft Group, which was originally formed in 1964. The change of name in 1974 reflected the expanding membership and scope of the club.


The Committee

The club is run by a committee headed by Chairman, Peter Wright. More information about Peter and his views on what the club is all about can be found here. The Vice Chairman is Steve Slater.. The Type Club Liason Officer and Ground Visits Co-ordinator is Anne Hughes. Paul Loveday is the Membership Secretary and Newsletter Editor. Sandy Fage is the Secretary and Treasurer. Robb Metcalf looks after Flight Safety. Press and Public Relations is managed by Alan Buckley. The Flying Events Co-ordinator is allocated on an event by event basis. Sales of VAC Merchandise are managed by Cathy Silk, and the Trophies Steward is Rob Stobo. Contact details for all committee members can be found in the magazine



Membership of the club costs just £25 per year. For your membership you get a copy of the magazine four times a year, discounted landing fees at our events and access to exclusive members only events.



The club organises both Fly In events, and Non Fly In (access by ground travel only) events. Most of these are open to all who are interested in Vintage and Classic Aircraft, whether members of the club or not, but some events are exclusivley for members.



The Journal of the Vintage Aircraft Club, called Vintage and Classic, is published four times per year. Some back issues are available in pdf format online here.

[amazon_link asins=’B018HKS2NG,B01LY23XBL,0760351848,0007192924,0806972122,0750910771,1782744738,B00EISNNLS’ template=’ProductGrid’ store=’propellersell-21′ marketplace=’UK’ link_id=’31403f9a-d32a-11e6-8dc8-c7c89aba0222′]