The Honourable Company of Air Pilots incorporating Air Navigators

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How to use this site

The Members' Pages of this website are available to registered Company members only and require a password in order to log in. If you are a member of the Air Pilots and do not have a password, you should contact the office to rectify the error. The membership pages contain information about the Company Diary, application forms for visits and events, clubs, the Court, Charities and trusts, the Shop ...

Within the Membership Pages, there are particular pages relating to the professional committees which can only be accessed by committee members. 

If you are a member of one of the Professional Committees (Education and Training, Environment, Technical and Air Safety) click this link, if you cannot access the committee page and you are a member of any one of the Professional Committes, please contact the office on office@airpilots.org .  Date changes and other amendments are always given in red

The search engine accesses all parts of the site - if the link takes you to a restricted area of the site - a password screen will pop up.

Pages within the other parts of the site do not require password and are open to all.

Blue Words are always links to something; application forms, reports, committee papers, or cross-references to other parts of the site.  If a blue link doesn't work, please contact the office in order for the mistake to be put right.

About the Company contains general information about what the the Honourable Company of Air Pilots does, and how to join.  This area also contains information relating to the work of the  Trophies and Awards committee

Career Matters contains pages relating to becoming a pilot, scholarships, bursaries, aptitude testing

Press Pages contains press releases, newsworthy events and how to obtain further information regarding the Company Panel of Experts

Aviation Matters contains professional comment, study papers and position papers.

There are dedicated areas to the Company's overseas regions of Australia, Hong Kong, New Zealand and North America and a quick access link to the Young Air Pilots' Group