RAF Halton near Aylesbury Bucks, operates a Flying Club where Servicemen and women, regardless of rank or trade, and affiliated civilians, have the opportunity of learning to fly at the lowest practical cost. Halton is 25 minutes from the M25. Nearest rail station is Wendover on the Chiltern line…45 minutes from Marylebone.

The Club is well-equipped and operates 7 days a week with full-time instructors and a training fleet of 3 Cessna 152s, a PA-28 for PPL training and a brand new Tecnam Sierra for cost-effective flying. All aircraft are maintained to the highest standards by ATS Engineering at High Wycombe.

Membership of the club is open to all Regular, Reserve and Auxiliary Members of the Armed Forces of the Crown, Commonwealth and Allied Forces as well as members of the University Air Squadrons, the Air Training Corps and the Air Section of the Combined Cadet Force. Civilians employed by the Ministry of Defence, partners or dependants of Service personnel are eligible.

Other civilians who make positive contributions to the flying club are also considered for membership on a temporary basis.


The authorising pilot/ instructor is Bronwyn. If you are unable to contact Bronwyn on her mobile number for authorisation please also try Steve, Adnan or Buster on their mobiles. Mike can also give authorisation in person or via HAC’s Landline number.

Please remember to have your SEP expiry date, current weather, intended flight routing, passenger details and 42 day currency details on hand before calling for authorisation. 


Bruntingthorpe Flyout... Next weekender club flyout is on Sunday the 24th August to Bruntingthorpe to see some of their collection of jets do some fast taxying.  This event only occurs twice a year so it should be an unmissable in your calendar to be able to fly into the event, absorb the atmosphere, excitement and noise of the event before flying out again. Not many people have the luxury to be able to do that.  There is also the opportunity to look around the static musem displays. Check the weekend club page in members section for more details!


It is with sadness that we heard that Sgt Anthony Ayre RAF was tragically killed in an accident on the late afternoon of Monday 21 July 2014 near RAF Leuchars. He was a dear friend to many, an excellent aviator and engineer. He will be missed by all who knew him.