Established over forty years ago, the Lincolnshire Aviation Society has undergone a number of changes over the years, although its aim of bringing together like-minded aviation enthusiasts remains the same.
With a strong emphasis on local aviation, the Lincolnshire Aviation Society also encompasses all other aspects, both nationally and internationally. Amongst our members are several authors and historians, as well as those involved with aviation, both civil and military.
Members receive Air Link, the society's informative monthly newsletter. In addition the society's monthly meetings, held in Lincoln, feature a range of speakers and presentations on a wide variety of related subjects. This varied programme is supplemented by private visits to sites of interest.
Annual membership currently costs £15 (covering all family members in the same household) and whether your interest is historical or modern, military of civil, photography or just general, the society has something to other. If you wish to know more about the Lincolnshire Aviation Society please contact us using the relevant link below. Alternatively come along to one of our meetings where a warm welcome awaits.
If you would like to contact the Society to find out more about its activities or how to become a member please use the links below. Unfortunately the Society is not always able to respond to specific enquiries on aviation in Lincolnshire so please do not be offended if you do not receive a reply to your enquiry.
General Enquiry Membership Enquiry
The Society’s newsletter ‘Air Link’ is published at the beginning of every month. Featuring a variety of Lincolnshire related articles and photographs, Air Link covers military, commercial, historical and general aviation topics.
Air Link in is now available in electronic format, emailed monthly to members. If you would be interested in receiving Air Link this way, please contact the Society.