WELCOME TO THE SCOTTISH AERO CLUB
Scotland's Oldest and Largest Aero Club
Flying in the Heart of Scotland
The Scottish Aero Club is a vibrant and active club based at Perth Airport and is Scotland’s original and largest flying club.
The amalgamation of The Scottish Flying Club, founded in 1927, which was based in Renfrew and The Strathtay Aero Club, founded in 1936, which was based at Perth, the two clubs merged in 1956 to form The Scottish Aero Club. Over the years, the Club has gone from strength to strength.
Perth Airport is centrally located between Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Glasgow and has three runways; two tarmac and one grass. Consequently, there are very few times when wind direction prevents flying. The airport also features an operational tower, modern clubrooms, an onsite lodge and a cafe.
The location of the airport means it is the perfect location for flying around and exploring Scotland – one of the most spectacular countries in the world to fly!
Discover more about the Club, opportunities to learn to fly, aircraft hire and flying into Perth within these pages.
Ken Bruce - Author of 'Aviation in Perthshire - People, Places and Planes'
Wednesday 21st February
We are delighted that Ken Bruce, author of the fascinating book, ‘Aviation in Perthshire – People, Places and Planes’ will join us for the evening.
Ken will be talking about aviation in Perthshire and his book which can be purchased by clicking HERE, or going to our Take Off page HERE, where you will also be able to discover more about the charity. Profits from the sales of this book will go to Take Off – the Scottish Aero Club’s charity of choice.
Wednesday 20th March at 7pm
Save the date – details to follow.