To join AOPA UK as a new individual member or Renew membership, please complete the form below, selecting the Membership and Payment Option you require.
Fields marked with * are required fields and must be completed, or an option selected if relevant, before submitting the form.
On successfully submitting the form you will get a copy of your submission by email to the email address you enter, so long as it is a valid email address. Beware of spelling errors.
A copy of your submission will be stored in our database and a copy will also be emailed to the AOPA UK office, who will process your membership application.
If you are a Class Rating Instructor please select an Instructor Membership option.
Associate members do not receive support or advice for aviation related issues. They do receive the AOPA Magazine, Enewsletters (if not unsubscribed) and have access to member offers and some member areas of the AOPA UK website. This membership option is designed for pilots who have stopped flying but still wish to be kept up to date with General Aviation matters and continue to support AOPA.
This option is for a 1 Year Pilot Membership. As a Pilot Member you will receive personal support or advice for aviation related issues, receive the AOPA Magazine and Enewsletters (if not unsubscribed) and have access to member offers and member areas of the AOPA UK website.
If you have selected a 2 Year Membership option your first payment will be for half the full membership amount. A second payment of the remaining half will be taken around 12 months after your membership starts.
For all annual membership options your first payment will be for the full amount. On expiry in 12 months you will be debited for the full annual amount for that membership option as applicable at the date of renewal.
Please complete the details below.
In so doing you are instructing your bank or building society to pay AOPA Direct Debits from the account detailed in this instruction subject to the safeguards assured by the Direct Debit Guarantee. You understand that this instruction will remain with AOPA and details will be passed electronically to your bank or building society.
You are choosing to pay your membership fee by Bank Transfer from your account to AOPA.
Please transfer the amount shown above (Membership Options) to:
Account Name: British Light Aviation Centre t/a AOPA
Sort Code: 20-67-83
Account Number: 90204773
IBAN: GB46 BARC 2067 5990 2047 73
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with details of the date that the payment has been made and your reference.
Your membership application will not be processed until payment has been received.
You are choosing to pay your membership fee by card payment over the phone.
To make your payment please telephone 020 7834 5631 Monday to Friday (excl UK Public Holidays) 10:30 to 17:00 and select the Membership option. Please have available your card details and order number as below. You must be the card holder.
Your application for membership will not be processed until your card payment has been authorised and funds cleared into our bank account.
You are choosing to pay your membership fee by Cheque.
Please make your cheque payable to AOPA and for the full amount shown above (Membership Options) and send to:
Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association
50a Cambridge Street
Please write the order number shown below and your Postcode on the back of your cheque.
Your membership application will not be processed until your cheque has been received and funds cleared into our bank account.
If you were introduced to AOPA by a current AOPA Pilot or Instructor member let us know and they will receive £50 from AOPA as a thank you for their introduction. Enter their details below and we will make the payment when your membership is confirmed.
If you would like to show your support for the work that GAAC does you can make a donation via AOPA.
If you believe that AOPA has helped you above and beyond your expectations, or your membership is worth more than the subscription, you can make a voluntary donation to show your appreciation.