Who are we?
Yeovilton Flying Club is a group comprising serving members of HM Forces, ex-service persons and other entitled members either working at or closely involved with RNAS Yeovilton.
What is our mission?
The aim of the Club is to provide Members of the Royal Navy and other entitled persons the chance for recreational flying in light aircraft at economic cost.
Yeovilton Flying Club is an accredited training provider.
Who are we open to?
Membership of YFC is open to the following groups:
- Current serving members of Royal Navy and other HM Forces, Reserves and Royal Fleet Auxiliary as well as Commonwealth and Allied Forces
- Ex-service members of RN and other HM Forces
- People working at RNAS Yeovilton
- Certain entitled civilians at the discretion of the Chairman
At the club we operate a TB10 aeroplane registered G-BOIT. BOIT is an excellent aeroplane, well appointed and equipped and provides members with a stylish and economical flying for training or touring. She can carry four people in comfort and has a comprehensive suite of navigation equipment so she is ideal for cross country flying or touring.
We also have a T67 Firefly aircraft registered G-BUUF. She is a great little trainer and, in due course I expect will become our preferred training aeroplane leaving more opportunity for G-BOIT to be available for members who want to go touring at the weekends. It is also of course aerobatic and so we will plan to offer aerobatic training using the Firefly in the future.
To see some of the aircraft owned and operated by members of our club look in the Gallery.