Matt Clark



Licensed bar open every Friday from 4.30pm

RAA Flight Training at competitive rates

Social activities every month

Warm and friendly atmosphere

About Scone Aero Club

Scone Aero Club operates from Scone airport with its own Licensed Club Room, training rooms & Hangar. The Hangar is currently home to 2 Aeroprakt A22 Foxbats, including the 5357 Foxbat which the club uses for RAA flight training.

Members of the Scone Aero Club are represented by

Brian Hill


Robert Brayley


Matt Clark


What’s on

Come join us for drinks and nibbles at the Scone Aero  Club every Friday afternoon. The bar opens at 4.30pm and will ensure the atmosphere is warm and the beverages are cold.

Every  Saturday morning  we have Tea or Coffee and Scones (kindly freshly baked by Jan Haggarty). Bring your family members if you wish. On the  third Saturday of the month we have a BBQ.

Once a month is  Meal Night. Ring Suzanne Henderson on 0417 678 217 for details. Bring a friend and support.

Flight training and Trial Introductory Flights (TIFs) are by appointment. Visit our training page for more information, or contact us to arrange a flying schedule.

Scone Aero Club Training

Scone Aero Club offers both Recreational Aviation Australia (RAA) training and General Aviation (GA) training. If you’re
thinking about becoming a pilot, the first step is to organize a Trial Introductory Flight (TIF) with one of our instructors.

Trial Introductory Flight

The first step is to get yourself in the air with a Trial Introductory Flight (TIF). This is when you meet your instructor and get a feel for what’s involved in becoming a pilot. At $90 for a 30 minute flight, they also make a great gift idea! To organize a TIF please contact us.


The fastest growing sector of aviation is undoubtedly RAA. This is where most new pilots choose to begin their flight training experience. Minimum age is 14 to commence training, and 15 to fly solo in the training area. No medicals are required, however you’ll need to be fit enough to hold an Australian driver’s license. To achieve an RAA license generally takes 20 to 30 hours of flying. For more information contact us.


For those who want to fly bigger planes, carry more passengers, or need a stepping stone to becoming a commercial pilot, a GA license may be preferred. For more information on GA training contact us.

Scone Aero Club Membership

Membership to Scone Aero Club is $44 per year for a full flying member and $22 per year for a social member.

Scone Aero Club plays an active roll in nurturing, developing and promoting flying in the Upper Hunter region. By joining, you help strengthen the effectiveness of the Scone Aero Club in its endeavours.

Please download Below form and send your details along with a cheque** payable to the Scone Aero club to:

The Treasurer
Scone Aero Club
PO Box 188
Scone NSW

**Alternatively, you can pay at the Bar !

Scone Weather

Be sure to check the forecast before you fly!

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Scone Aero Club Proud Sponsors

Please visit our sponsors, they keep us in the air!

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Thank you to all our
valuable sponsors & contributors!!


Federal Funding 2020

Scone Aero Club was successful in its Federal Government community application grant for 2020. With Barnaby Joyce’s assistance, the grant has given the club the opportunity to extend its floor space by 25% and as well include a new disabled access bathroom.

Airport Upgrade

Scone council is well underway with the multi-million dollar upgrade to the airport. The small inconvenience to airport users will be repaid 10 fold as the construction nears completion and the new Terminal combined Warbird Museum gets underway, with completion around September 2021.

Instructor Training