Easter Airfield Easter Sunday Fly-in
Apr 21 all-day

We look forward to welcoming you to Easter Airfield, if you’re planning to fly to or from our Airfield, please check out the pilot information below. Remember, this information may change so please ensure that you have the most up-to-date information each time you fly.
Radar service is available from Inverness Approach on 122.605. Due to the mixture of commercial , rescue and GA traffic in the area, we strongly recommend contacting Inverness when within 20 miles of the Inverness ATZ.

When Tain Range is not operational, use SAFETYCOM (135.480). If unfamiliar with the use of SAFETYCOM, please consult CAP413. There are several airfields in the vicinitiy operating SAFETYCOM and pilots should attach “EASTER TRAFFIC’ to all RTF transmissions when using Easter Airfield.

Easter Airfield

  • Easter Airfield is unlicensed
  • N57 45.20 W 003 56.57
  • 06 Threshold N 57 45.50 W 003 56.55
  • 24 Threshold N 57 45.19 W 003 56.11
  • 20ft AMSL, 6 nm SE of Tain, 1 nm SW Fearn village  
  • INS 109.20 018 13
  • c/s TAIN RANGE 122.750 during Tain Range operational hours (Mon-Thu, Fri to 14:00)
  • c/s SAFETYCOM 135.480
  • c/s INVERNESS APPROACH 122.605 for co-ordination within 20 miles of Inverness ATZ

Committee Meeting
Apr 25 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Committee meeting

Annual Dinner
Apr 27 @ 7:00 pm – 11:30 pm

Annual Dinner is on 27th April. Royal George Hotel Perth. 7 for 7.30pm.

Tickets £30, from Elaine or via Website

RV Club Fly-in at Perth
May 18 all-day

Group of RV’s basing at Perth for the week to tour Scotland.  See for details

Glenforsa Fly in
May 25 – May 26 all-day

Glenforsa’s first fly in this year. They will also have their RV fly in (August) and their Vintage Taildragger fly in (September). See you there!

Sunrise / Sunset

Time now:

The Scottish Aero Club (SAC)

is Scotland’s original and largest flying club.  We are the only such organization to attract members from all parts of Scotland – as well as from other parts of the UK and overseas.  We have three key objectives:

  • To encourage and support Sport and Recreational aviation.
  • To minimize the costs of Sport and Recreational aviation.
  • To attract and retain members.


We were established in 1927 as the Scottish Flying Club and began life near the current site of Glasgow’s International Airport.  In 1956 we merged with the Strathtay Flying Club, relocated to Perth Airport and became the Scottish Aero Club.  We are proud to be the only entity in continuous operation at Perth Airport ever since.


Today’s SAC is a vibrant organisation with over 350 active members.  We have four distinct membership categories.  This means we have the right membership type – and budget – for all aviation enthusiasts: Pilots, Students, Associates and Juniors.  We operate the largest general aviation hangar in Scotland for the benefit of our members and visiting pilots.  We offer reasonable rates and provide year-round hangarage for more than 90 aircraft of all types and sizes.

Perth Airport is the premier general aviation aerodrome in Scotland.  Located centrally between Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Glasgow, it boasts three runways: two tarmac and one grass.  This means there are very few times when wind direction prevents flying.  And Perth is the only Scottish airport to conduct all types of flight training:  Aeroplane, Microlight and Gyrocopter.  Alba Airsports are the Training Provider for the Scottish Aero Club here at Perth, with highly competitive rate packages available for gaining your NPPL, PPL(G) and  private training programs.


The SAC is also home to the Strathtay Strut of the LAA (Light Aircraft Association), and we serve as the Scottish Office of UK AOPA (Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association).


During the summer we host numerous fly-ins and fly-outs (both UK and abroad) – plus a number of social, charity and community events.  During autumn and winter evenings we provide a wide range of aviation-related lectures and events.   

Our members extend a warm welcome to prospective and new members as well as to the public and visiting pilots and their families and friends.   There is an inexpensive hotel and an economically priced cafe just steps from our spacious and well-appointed clubhouse facilities – where coffee and snacks are also available.

ACS Webcam
Click HERE

Dunstaffnage Marina
(Oban) – Click HERE