Become a Member or Shareholder of The Tiger Club
The Tiger Club welcomes any pilot who wishes to fly the aircraft that we operate. We wish to encourage people who want to learn new skills as well as those wishing to improve their existing skills and airmanship.
Pilots from all over the world have the opportunity to learn about the different kinds of sport flying, which include aerobatics, formation flying, air racing and display flying. We also offer pilots the chance to fly, what are nowadays, unusual aircraft types and to perfect the skills required to operate these aircraft.
The Tiger Club is run by the members and owned by a group
members. You will find the Club a happy and friendly place,
largely staffed by
volunteers and we encourage everyone to get involved in running
the Club. We have
a Duty Pilot system in operation at the weekend and this helps a
new member meet
other pilots and learn about the operation of the Club and the
aircraft. If you want
a Club where you can be involved, then you will be very welcome.
Overseas Membership We encourage those pilots who live outside of Great Britain; we have several Club members living in USA, Germany, Australia and many other countries for whom we have special membership rates. Overseas Membership entitles you to the same privileges as the U.K. membership.
Temporary Membership If you are visiting The Tiger Club for only a few days, then Temporary Membership will cover you to fly dual with a check pilot in the Club aircraft for one month. Temporary Membership also allows you to fly solo on the Piper Super Cub..
Associate Membership If you do not hold a flying licence, then we have an Associate Membership available, this allows you to fly as a passenger in a Tiger Club aircraft, you will receive the Club Rag and you will be welcome to join in all Club activities.
Shareholders The Tiger Club also has shares available should you wish to become one of those members who also own the Club.
If you would like to join the Tiger Club, simply download the Membership form, complete it and along with a Sterling cheque made out to "The Tiger Club 1990 Ltd" and post it to the address on on the form.
We suggest that if you do not have tailwheel experience you start on the Cub, but if you wish to start by flying in the Cap10 this is also possible. It is however a lot cheaper to convert by flying the Cub. The Turbulents are only available to pilots with significant tailwheel experience.
If you would like to learn to fly on tail wheel aircraft, this is also available with The Tiger Club - The Super Cub is available to student pilots. Once qualified, you can then move on to the Tiger Moth and the other aircraft we operate.
The Tiger Club 1990 Ltd