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Below are links to various South African aviation related websites.
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All you need to know about organising, attending and enjoying Air
Shows in South Africa
Suppliers of all aviation hobby related merchandise. Aircraft
models, flight simulation software and hardware, pilot shop etc.
The Aviation Society of Africa or ASA as it is better known, was
founded in 1974 by a group of aircraft spotters and aviation
enthusiasts with the aim of co-ordinating, sharing and
documenting information and experiences about aviation in Africa.
South African Aviation publication
The Dakota Association of South Africa. Dedicated to the Douglas
DC-3 Dakota in Africa.
Dedicated to the Douglas DC-4 Skymaster in Africa
Dedicated to the Douglas DC-6 in Africa
Dedicated to all de Havilland types that have seen service in
South Africa
The home of EAA in South Africa
Publishers of books relating to African aviation
Friends of the SAAF Museum Society
Online South African based aviation magazine for the aviation
enthusiast
Dedicated to all Harvards in South Africa
Operators of a number of North American AT-6 Harvards offering
flips.
The oldest continually active flying club in the world!
Dedicated to Piper Cub in South Africa
Home to the South African Airways Museum Society
South African Aviation publication
Charter Airline. Operate modern as well as Classic propeller-
driven aircraft.
The official South African Air Force website
Privately run, unofficial website dedicated to the South African Air
Force
The South African Air Force Association is an all-ranks meeting
place, founded in 1945.
Collects, preserves and exhibits items pertaining to the history of
the South African Air Force
The SAA Museum Society is a non-profit, volunteer group
collecting and preserving the history of civil aviation in South
Africa. Owners of several operational classic aircraft namely, two
Douglas DC-4 Skymasters, ZS-AUB and ZS-BMH, a DC-3
Dakota, ZS-BXF, and a Junkers Ju 52/3m (CASA 352L) ZS-AFA.
Static aircraft include Boeing 747-200, ZS-SAN, Lebombo, Boeing
747SP, ZS-SPC, Maluti, Boeing 707 fuselage section of ZS-SAI,
Lockheed Starliner ZS-DVJ, Lockheed Lodestar ZS-ASN, de
havilland Dove ZS-BCC, Douglas DC-6, 9Q-CGZ, Douglas C-54,
ZS-PAJ.
Charter Airline. Operate modern as well as Classic propeller-
driven aircraft.
The Orange Tail is an association of ex South African Airways
crew (Cockpit and Cabin) who flew during the previous century
(1934-1999).
Dedicated to the de Havilland Tiger Moth in South Africa. Also
offering scenic flips in a Tiger Moth
Producers of South African related aviation and railway videos,
DVDs and books.
South African Aviation publication
The Aviation Museum of South Africa

www.aviationmuseum.co.za