RAF Flying Clubs Association

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RAF Flying Clubs Association2018-06-11T13:32:17+00:00

Aim Of The Association

Formed on the 1st April 2001, the aim of the Royal Air Force Flying Clubs Association (RAFFCA) remains to promote air mindedness throughout the RAF by affording Servicemen and women, regardless of rank or trade, the opportunity of learning to fly at the lowest cost.

Method Of Achieving The Aim

The association is the advisory body responsible to the MOD for the code of conduct of all non-publicly financed Flying Clubs in the RAF. RAFFCA is an association of independent member clubs and will achieve its aim by:

  • Encouraging liaison and communication amongst all the Flying Clubs of the RAF
  • Advising an assisting with the formation and conduct of Flying Clubs within the RAF
  • Encouraging General Aviation within the RAF
  • Encouraging the participation of RAFFCA members in competitive sports flying contests
  • Arranging representation of member clubs at meetings of national aviation bodies
  • Promoting and encouraging General Aviation and air mindedness throughout the RAF

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CONTACTS

PRESIDENT:
Air Marshal Sir Christopher Harper

CHAIRMAN:
Air Commodore Al Seymour

DEPUTY CHAIRMAN:
Wing Commander Gus Cabre
Agustin.Cabre276@mod.uk

SECRETARY, POLICY & GOVERNANCE:
Squadron Leader Seb Hall

LEGAL ADVISOR:
Wing Commander Steve Whetton

PROMOTION & PUBLICITY:
Wing Commander Justin Helliwell

AVIATION SAFETY:
Squadron Leader Gary Coleman

TREASURER:
Squadron Leader Chris Hives

COMPETITION DIRECTOR:
Squadron Leader Dave Hall

HEAD OF TRAINING:
Squadron Leader Matt Lane RAFR

RAFFCA PROPERTY MANAGER
Corporal Paul Morrison

WEBSITE MANAGER:
Senior Aircraftsman Aaron Garcha

Contact us at: RAFFlyingClubs.info@rafsportsfederation.uk