Source : http://www.gliding.co.uk/
For Links to UK gliding clubs, please use the club directory.
|Federation Aeronautique Internationale (FAI)
|Worldwide governing body for airsports.
|International Gliding Commission
|Worldwide governing body for gliding (part of the FAI)
|The FAI sporting code section 3 (gliding)
|European Gliding Union
|European body that deals with European gliding issues
|Europe Air Sports
|Europe Air Sports is an association of the European National Aero Clubs, and is affiliated to the FAI – the World’s Airsports Federation – with the objective to co-ordinate regulatory matters in Europe.
|The Air League
|The Mission of the Air League is to generate national understanding of the importance to the UK of aviation and aerospace, and to excite the interest of young people in these areas by helping them to become involved.
|The Royal Aero Club
|The Royal Aero Club of the United Kingdom is the national co-ordinating body for Air Sport in the United Kingdom
|Philip Wills Memorial Fund
|The Philip Wills Memorial Fund (PWMF) is a fund established in 1968 in memory of the late BGA President, Philip Wills, to encourage “the promotion of sporting and recreational flying in gliders”.
|Air Cadet Organisation
|The Air Cadets isa UK-wide cadet force with more than 40,000 members aged between 13 and 20 years. Sponsored by the Royal Air Force, they offer hands-on experience of activities and courses that will challenge and develop your skills to help you succeed in whatever you want to do.
|Vintage Gliding Club
|A must for all owners and lovers of old gliders
|Maximise the Day with adventurous gliding! Anyone with any glider from vintage to supership is welcome at Enterprise, held every year at a variety of gliding sites around the world