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About the Club

The Royal Air Force Club is a prestigious home away from home for Officers of the Royal Air Force and their families. The Club is for Members only and located on London's historic Piccadilly. Valued by Members as a distinguished landmark where traditions and camaraderie reign, the Club's timeless elegance and atmosphere are complemented with fine dining, delightful accommodations, an exceptional library, Business Suite, Fitness Centre and special events where everything is designed to benefit all members. 

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Benefits of Membership

Membership offers a whole host of benefits, including use of the Grade II listed clubhouse in central London, accommodation, exceptional dining and private meeting and banqueting rooms, perfect for reunions and celebrations. Members and their families enjoy subsidised rates across all areas of the Club, along with an annual events programme, complimentary online lectures and wine tastings.

With its unique RAF history combined with modern and affordable facilities, the RAF Club is the RAF Officers' club of choice.

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Exclusive Facilities & Services

Along with accommodation and dining, the Club offers a whole host of other facilities and services. For those looking for a space to work, the Marshall of Cambridge Business Suite is perfect for a quick meeting, or to catch up on emails, whilst the peaceful Library, located through the Churchill Bar, houses a wonderful selection of aviation literature.

The Club also boasts a well-equipped Fitness Centre on the ground floor of the centenary extension which offers a selection of state of the art Techno Gym cardio and weight machines, along with mats for stretching. Use of the Fitness Centre is included as part of annual membership.


The Birth of the RAF Club

In October 1918, the first Viscount Cowdray, President of the Air Board, sent a letter outlining his practical support for the establishment of an RAF Club to the then Chairman of the Royal Flying Corps Club, Sir Sefton Brancker.

Enclosed was a cheque for £100,000 “…sufficient to ensure a permanent Club House worthy of the airmen and of their ‘brilliant and superlative heroic work.’” Over 100 years later
, the Club now boasts over 24,000 members worldwide.

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