Monday, 22 July 2013

Picture of the Month - July 2013

The Slipstream, January 1930 cover and an advertisement for aviators’ flying equipment

The origin of the Royal Victorian Aero Club lies in the foundation of the Australian Aero Club by two instructors and four army officers in 1914 at Point Cook. 

Renamed the Victorian Aero Club in October 1934, six months later (on 13 March 1935) the club was granted approval to use the ‘Royal’ prefix. Since that date it has been known as the Royal Victorian Aero Club. Read more...

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