WELCOME TO AERO CLUB OF SOUTHERN TASMANIA
Flying for pleasure and recreation
Aero Club of SouthernTasmania provides a great place to gather, share, and enjoy the thrill of flying. We meet each Sunday with an open bar from 4pm for members and visitors. If you care as much as we do and want to show your support, come and join us! We provide hire of our aircraft and regular flying events.
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Summer Sky Trials 2019-20
Rotorlift is conducting the "SkyTrials " spring/summer flying social activities.and will be operating from the Clubhouse apron at Cambridge with VH-KSR this season.
Rotorlift CFI, fixed wing instructor - Rod Smith - will coach the social flying activities from 16.00 hrs Tuesday afternoons / early evenings (please see attached flight calendar).
Australian light aircraft championships WA 2019
Great success by our team at Australian Light Aircraft Championships held in Serpentine WA March 2019.
GOLD in Spot Landing -Peter Waite, BRONZE in Forced Landing- Peter Fenton, GOLD and SILVER in Streamer Cutting- Ed ten Broeke, Peter Fenton Winner of Teams Championship- Peter Fenton & Peter Waite.
Peter Fenton and Ed ten Broeke also represented Australia in the WINGS TROPHY, Ed coming away with GOLD in the Spot Landing
The Aero Club “Experience” series gave us a new flying opportunity to pilot the CT/4A with original registration number A19-055. VH-SZK was first flown in 1975 and used as a trainer with the RAAF. The aircraft was purchased by Rotorlift in 2012 and given an extensive strip and re-build with a new engine, fuel system, control cables and returned to it’s original RAAF livery.
A great day was well enjoyed by many of our members.
A number of our members enjoyed a lesson in Par Avion's Helicopter.
Aero Club of SouthernTasmania was formed as a company limited by guarantee on the first of July 1947 and mostly flew Tigers, Austers and Chipmunks.
In January 1978 the club reached a total of 100,000 flying hours.
Whilst the club no longer provides flying training it offers a great environment for members to both socialise and enjoy a local flight, or as many members do, a flight anywhere throughout Australia.
As a place for members, both old and new, we come together in a comfortable and considerate environment and share the passion and excitement that only flying offers.