Welcome to The INTERNATIONAL AUSTER CLUB


The oldest specific aircraft type club in the United Kingdom and possibly in the world.

There are currently 299 active members in our club, sharing their knowledge and experience.
You do not need to be an owner or pilot to join us. We welcome any enthusiast.

Upcoming EventsView all

  1. Centenary of the RAF at Old Sarum Aerodrome

    May 26 @ 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
  2. AeroExpo UK – Wycombe Air Park

    June 14 - June 16
  3. Bicester Flywheel

    June 23 - June 24
  4. RAF Mona Fly-In

    June 30 - July 1
  5. Wings and Wheels/Hangar Bash at Breighton Aerodrome

    July 21 - July 22

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Join the IAC

Join the oldest specific aircraft type club in the United Kingdom and possibly in the world.

History

Discover the history  and heritage of the club and  Auster. Lots of information about the different aircraft history is also available. 

Community

Latest discussions and information from our members all around the world. Club information and latest news 

Events

Latest events and displays information all around the world.


The aims of the Club are:

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  1. To bring together Auster owners and enthusiasts and anyone wishing to support or learn about Auster aircraft throughout the world.
  2. To foster and promote the worldwide survival of the type in an airworthy state through the provision of information and advice as is within the scope of the Club’s technical and financial resources.
  3. To raise awareness of the brand by means of marketing and publicising Auster’s contribution to the UKs aviation heritage.
  4. To organise activities on a regular basis for Club members and guests.
  5. To improve safety knowledge and understanding.
  6. To promote the aims and ideals of the LAA.
  7. To encourage membership of the LAA.
  8. To advance the cause of light aviation.
  9. To attract through appropriate publicity both new members to the IAC & the LAA
  10. To maintain awareness concerning local threats or potential restrictions on light aviation activity, e.g. strips/airfields facing opposition or needing planning support, and report such information to the LAA.