Club Noticeboard


Items for Sale

Shares Offered

Shares Wanted

Notices of Interest

Want to Join The Club?

Would you like to Join the Scottish Aero Club?  

Sales / Wanted

Items for sale

To add an advert, please follow the link at the bottom of the page. All transactions are directly with the seller – not the SAC.  Caveat Emptor!

CRotorsport MTOSport 912ULS

CRotorsport MTOSport 912ULS
£39,500 ono
Open to sensible offers
Permit till November 2019
Last service & permit renewal carried out at Perth
324 hours
500kg MTOW
Funke ATR833-II Radio
Funke TRT800H Transponder
Rotor II fitted well balanced with minimal stick shake
Connectors for heated clothing front and back
Always hangared
Owned from new (2009)
Full Service history
Can be seen at Perth Airport, Scotland

Colin Mackenzie (07952095965)

Comant CI 121 for sale.

Comant CI 121 for sale. Removed from RV7 due to relocation of aerial to under fuselage. As new, but has a couple of small marks on moulding. New price £226, looking for £100.

Colin Acland


Ozee Millenium Flying Suit

Ozee Millenium Thermal Fying suit – Brand new size large. This is the top of the range suit for winter flying. Black/Silver. Contact Elaine or Kevin in the SAC Office 


BluSkyBlue Atmosphere Flying Suit

5 Layer top of the range Thermal Flying Suit. All Black. Size Large, regular length and twin map pockets. Still with Tags – never used.  £189 plus postage from BSB – sell for £160. Contact Elaine in SAC office or Andy Mackinnon

47L Fuel Tank for Quik Flexwing

Good Condition 47L Fuel Tank for Quik. Offers. Please contact Andy Mackinnon.


Looking for something? Drop us a line and we can add it here..

Shares Offered

To add an advert, please follow the link at the bottom of the page. 

Super Cub Group

This is from Trystan Holtbrook:
‘As Mark Farquhar is leaving the group, we have space for a pilot.
We’d like an experienced flyer with a sense of mechanical sympathy who would be using the aircraft occasionally – rather than a hour builder. Taildragger experience good but not essential as we have a great instructor on hand.’

As this is a private matter unconnected with the SAC, any member interested should email Trystan on

Service and Interest

Services and Maintenance

BMAA Inspector Alan Gilruth – BMAA Permits and aircraft maintenance.

Gyro-copter Maintenance – Kevin Whitehead @ Alba Airsports

Club Equipment

The SAC have both Flexwing and Fixed wing Aircraft available for self hire. Contact Kevin Whitehead or Elaine at the SAC Office



Notams - from Wallace Shackleton

No one wants to be caught out by flying somewhere where one shouldn’t be, that’s why we check the NOTAMs before we fly….we do, don’t we?

While doing some studying for the ROCC exam, I came across an interesting snippet, which to be fair my instructor did tell me but it is nice to find it out for myself.
When you log onto the NATS web site, that log in is registered, so in the event of the poo hitting the propeller, so when grown-ups who ask the serious questions ask “Did you check the NOTAMs?”
You say “yes” but they say “no you didn’t log onto the official site that day.”

To quote from the NATS NOTAM, General page…

“Why do I have to register?

…in the unlikely event of an incident, registration helps to prove to investigators that flight planning activity has taken place….”

Although graphically easier to understand third party web sites are not the official ones and to be honest, would you really trust your life/license to a third party website?

The trouble is with the NATS web site is you get too much irrelevant information, so here’s a good tip for sorting out the wheat from the chaff. You can tailor the aerodromes to suit yourself.

Log onto the NATS web site

Select NOTAM from the top navigation bar, then either Existing Users or Login now

After logging in.

Look on the left hand margin for “Point Brief (UK FIR/UIR Only)”

Select this and enter EGPT in the origin box and set the radius box (for example) to 50 miles

Make sure that IFR/VFR is checked in the Flight Rules box

then enter EGPT EGPN EGPJ and EGQL (Perth, Dundee, Fife and Leuchars) into the Aerodromes box and then select submit

Now Back to the left hand margin and select Briefing Handbook (Saved Briefings) and then select the most recent briefing, so starting out you will only have one. It should have a P for Point Briefing in the type box then select Use and then Submit and all the NOTAMs within the radius selected will be shown, effectively sorting out the wheat from the chaff.

Other Airfield Fly-In’s

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!

Longside Fly-in 8th June
Jun 8 all-day

Buchan Aeroclub is to host its first Fly In and BBQ of the year at Longside Airfield on Saturday 8th June – weather permitting.

Avgas is available and runs for Mogas can be arranged at cost.

Strictly PPR, the usual barbecue and refreshments will be on offer. Free landing and donations for your burgers!

Radio is Safetycom 135.480 “Longside Traffic”. All circuits to the south on Aberdeen QNH. LH on 28, RH on 10. Circuits at 1000ft, overhead joins from the south at 1500ft.


Easter 10th Anniversary Fly-in
Jun 15 – Jun 16 all-day

Easter 10th Anniversary weekend fly-in.

Saturday / Sunday 15/16 June 2019.

Overnight camping positively encouraged!

Insch Fly-in
Jul 14 all-day

Sollas Beach Fly In Weekend
Jul 27 – Jul 28 all-day

Details to follow

Jul 27 – Jul 28 all-day
Oban Airport Open Day
Jul 28 all-day
Perth Fly-In
Aug 16 – Aug 18 all-day

Details to be announced

News Items

Forfar and Kirrimuir

Visits to these fields have been banned by the owners for the immediate future, due to complaints from neighbours relating to noise. Negotiations are currently in hand to resolve this issue, but in the meantime please avoid these locations.

Perth SOP

ACS have updated the airport Standard Operating Procedure. This is therefore a good time to remind yourself of it’s content as it does get reviewed occasionally. An updated copy is in the download section of the SAC website.


Just a reminder that Safetycom frequency is now 135.480 kHz

Got something  you want to Add, or Do you want to reply to an Advert?  


Notice Board Contact

Add or Reply to Item to the Notice Board