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Skychick

http://www.skychick.com/

10 out of 10 stars (1 vote)

A site for flight attendants, their families, wannabe's and the traveling public. Informative, interactive and entertaining!

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Solano Pilots Association

http://www.solanopilots.com

Learn about the Association, and their yearly Big Aviation Swap Meet and Fly Market. Also, you will find information about Vacaville's Nut Tree Airport, and the local Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter.

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Southwest Stinson Club

http://www.aeromar.com/swsc.html

information and technical data for owners and others interested in Stinson Aircraft.

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Sport Aircraft Association New Zealand

http://www.saa.org.nz/

Dedicated to supporting builders of homebuilt or experimental aircraft within New Zealand.

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Sport Aviation Association

http://www.sportaviation.org

Forum, magazine, archive, history, links to member pages, aircraft, products, government, newsletters, museums, publications, air shows and fly ins.

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St Augustine Airport Pilots Association

http://www.saapa.org/

Located in the oldest established community in America, this well-organized aviation group publishes a complete calendar of events.

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Stearman Restorer's Association

http://www.stearman.net

Worldwide organization of people interested in the restoration, and flying of the Stearman Aircraft.

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Stichting Studenten Vliegtuigontwikkeling, -bouw en -beheer

http://www.lr.tudelft.nl/ssvobb/

Lambach and Impuls project, The Delft Student Aircraft Manufacturer and Operator Site.

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Swiss Helicopter Union

http://www.swissheli.ch/

SHU is an association of swiss helicopter, pilots and friends and is now online with information about the helicopter world.

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Thamesmead Model Club

http://www.thamesmead-model-club.co.uk/

8 out of 10 stars (2 votes)

We are based in SE London UK and fly all types of Radio Controlled Model Aircraft.

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The Air Force Association

http://www.afa.org/

(AFA) An independent non-profit aerospace organization.

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The Airship Association

http://www.airship-association.org/

Established in 1971, it is the only world-wide body catering solely to people interested in powered lighter-than-air aviation.

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The Alaska Airmen's Association

http://www.alaskaairmen.com/

The Airmen's Association's five key goals:- To promote and advocate safety in the skies of Alaska. To promote general aviation (GA) in Alaska. To lobby against FAA proposals that restrict GA privileges. To prevent the introduction of aviation user fees (courtesy of the US Government!). To keep state owned airports maintained and open to GA users.

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The Army Air Corps Association

http://www.aaca.org.uk

The Homepage of the British Army Air Corps Association

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The British Aerobatic Association

http://www.aerobatics.org.uk

Governing body and organizer of aerobatic competitions in the UK. Provides detail of membership, events, contests and procedures for power and glider aerobatic pilots and judges.

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The de Havilland Moth Club

http://www.dhmothclub.co.uk/

The de Havilland Moth Club evolved in 1975 from a belief that an association of owners and operators of Tiger Moth aeroplanes should be formed to create a suitable environment for safeguarding the type; for the interchange of spare parts and encouragement of the widest possible spread of technical information and assistance.

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The Edambusters

http://www.edambusters.nl/

This display team flies with various a/c from Stearman to LongEZ.

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The Flight Attendant Crew Lounge

http://www.flightattendants.org/

7 out of 10 stars (88 votes)

An International Web site for Flight Attendants, retirees and our future colleagues! Grab a coffee and come on in...

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