The Historic Aircraft Association

The Historic Aircraft Association (HAA) was founded in 1979 with the aim of furthering the safe flying of historic aircraft in the UK and, later on, supporting the restoration and preservation of these aircraft.

The Association, which currently has over 200 active pilot and engineer members, has made a major contribution to General Aviation, ensuring that British flying heritage is kept alive by promoting the safe flying of valuable, historic and heritage aircraft.

The UK Air Display scene is flourishing, with more air displays taking place in this country every year than in the whole of the rest of Europe put together. By this means, large numbers of the general public are given the opportunity of seeing and appreciating the flying of historic aircraft.

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Date for your diary - Symposium 2016...
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Conrod Trophy...
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HAA ANNUAL MEETING AND FLYING FORUM...
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PAUL BEAVER LECTURE SERIES - MUSEUM OF ARMY FLYING 14 JAN, 18 FEB, 10 MAR 2016...
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