We put our Members first!
The Royal Aero Club of Western Australia is different to many Perth & Australian flying schools and charter companies, as we are owned by our members, not external stakeholders. This in turn means, we can offer a more comprehensive product range at fairer rates.
Our goal is to always put our members first; not investors and stakeholders (like many other flying schools). We treat each and every member like an individual, not a number.
Only financial members can own a share in the Royal Aero Club of Western Australia. Being a member allows you to be an active participant in the future direction and growth of our businesses. Members are entitled to vote and contribute to the composition of our Committee and attend Annual General Meetings. At the Royal Aero Club, we aim to provide a very different flying experience. We have almost 90 years of expertise, which we put into first class customer service, teamed with highly competitive products and services, designed to put our members first.
We didn’t get here overnight. Find out more about Our Heritage.
It's your Club!
The Club has a number of activities that you, your family and friends can get involved in! Club flying activities are a great way to meet fellow aviators and enjoy your flying.
Regular Perth flying competitions are held at both Jandakot and Murrayfield where pilots at whatever stages in their flying can participate. Competitions include aerobatics, spot landing, streamer cutting, night circuits and flour bombing. You don’t have to be rated in the activity so it’s a great way to try something new.
Club Fly-Ins are a great way to use your licence, meet your fellow members and to participate in the highly popular Club Fly-In events to scenic places such as Leeuwin Estate, Perenjori and Albany. For more details, or to see what’s on, visit the Royal Aero Club of Western Australia’s website, or give us a call and you can share the fun!
The Royal Aero Club of Western Australia also holds some special Perth events throughout the year, such as the Annual
Wings Presentation Dinner; a formal occasion where we present the wings badges and certificates to those members who have achieved licences and ratings in the past year. It’s a fantastic evening held in October each year.
Presentations by representatives from the aviation industry are held on the last Friday of each month covering a variety of potential aviation careers. These presentations are advertised in the weekly communications email.
Young Eagles Program
Is intended to foster a love of aviation and flight in our youngest members and give them a chance to participate in their greatest dreams. Anyone between 8 and 14 can participate as long as a parent/guardian has filled out the registration form.