to the Australian Warbirds Association Ltd.
Australian Warbirds Association was incorporated in
1989 as a non profit company to bring together aircraft
owners, operators, restorers, maintainers, historians
and enthusiasts to share their passion for ex-military
aviation and to promote and preserve Australia's proud
military aviation heritage.
with the advent of Limited Category, AWAL became the
industry body to undertake self-administration of the
category on behalf of CASA. (If AWAL had not done so,
Limited Category would no longer exist). The result
is that we Australians have more freedom to fly a greater
variety of ex-military aircraft than practically anywhere
else in the world.
AWAL is managed by a board of volunteer directors. The
CEO and Director of Self Administration report to the
provided by Australian Warbirds Association Ltd:
Limited Category aircraft on behalf of CASA.
systems of maintenance for various warbird types.
newsletters to keep members informed.
seminars and training days for engineers, owners,
and pilots of limited category aircraft
Warbird enthusiasts to get close to real Warbirds
and their operators.
Urgent Notice to all DH-82 Tiger Moth Owners/Operators
CASA has issued a 'Letter to Owners' following the tragic Tiger Moth accident off Stradbroke Island late last year.
Those owners of Limited Category Tiger Moths that have not received this letter by mail, should comply with the requirements by 28 Feb 2014. More info and the letter available on the NEWS PAGE
24th February Draft copy of AWAL's new Constitution for review by members
To review a draft copy of AWAL's new Constitution,
please click here
Warbird Insurance Scheme
Aviation Insurance Brokers of Australia together with the Board of the Australian Warbird Association is pleased to be able to offer members the opportunity to join the Australian Warbird Insurance Scheme (AWIS) which will be underwritten by AIG Australia.