with a Scottish flavour

If you are looking for information about civil and military aviation, and Scottish aviation and aircraft in particular, I hope this page of links will be of help. All corporate logo buttons used to link to other sites are acknowledged to their owners and their respective websites

I try to keep this page up to date, but I have no control over the content of any of the link pages. 









Airport Codes

Ever wondered what those funny 3-letter airport codes on your baggage tag meant. Get a list of all the airport code letters at this site.   and lots of other aviation related data




The Central Scotland Aviation Group is a club for aviation enthusiasts. They publish a monthly magazine at a low cost annual subscription

If you want detailed monthly information about aircraft movements and happenings in Scotland, this is the best direct source




Squadron Prints are a Scottish company with a reputation for high quality, very detailed, technically accurate aircraft prints. They also have a range of warship prints



Scottish National Museum of Flight

Head off on a journey of discovery at this former airfield as you explore the history of aviation from the First World War to the present day. Climb on board Scotland's Concorde, get hands on in our interactive gallery and explore our hangars.





The Airnet Web Site

if it exists and is connected with aviation it's here




CAA - The Civil Aviation Authority for the UK

Use the G-INFO search facility within the site for any UK registered aircraft



Dumfries and Galloway Aviation Museum

The restored Control Tower of the former WWII airfield at Dumfries, Scotland is the centerpiece of the Museum and is now a listed building. The Museum is run by volunteers and houses a large and ever expanding aircraft collection, aero engines and a very impressive display of artifacts and personal histories relating to aviation, past and present.





Highlands and Islands Airports

Operates and manages 11 Airports at Barra, Benbecula, Campbeltown, Dundee, Islay, Inverness, Kirkwall, Stornoway, Sumburgh, Tiree and Wick.  These airports are vital to the social and economic welfare of the areas they serve, but are loss making, and are supported by subsidies from the Scottish Government