Aero Club League

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The Aero Club League was founded no later than January 1909 as an offshoot of the Aero Club of the United Kingdom, which, after 15 Feb. 1910, was the Royal Aero Club of the United Kingdom. For a small annual subscription fee, inventors, experiments, and other could join the Aero Club League and use of the grounds of the Aero Club. Both men and women were admitted as members.


  • 1 Flight 55, 56, 67 (1909)
  • "Flight" Manual 13 (1910)
Organization names Aero Club League
Entity type
Country Great Britain
City London
Affiliated with
Scope National
Started aero 1909
Ended aero
Key people
  • Address: 166 Piccadilly, London, W. (1909)