The Australian Aviation Hall of Fame Limited is a company limited by guarantee and as such is open to persons, associations and other corporate entities to become members on an annual basis.
Membership gives you rights similar to a shareholder, to attend Annual General Meetings, Special General Meetings, to stand for and vote for directors. It gives you the ability to seek information and influence the strategic direction of the Company through the directors. Your liability is limited to the amount of your annual membership fee.
Members will also receive newsletters and related information via special member access to our website and discounts to activities and functions.
Members receive personal invitations to all AAHOF events including the Annual Gala Induction Dinner and other special functions.
Perhaps the greatest benefit of membership is knowing that you are supporting a great initiative for Australia’s rich aviation heritage.
How to Join
- $50 for persons
- $75 for Associations affiliated with aviation or aerospace
- $250 for corporate entities
You will receive confirmation of membership and a reference number.
AAHOF is a not for profit organisation and welcomes donations to allow us to achieve our goals. Our ultimate aim is a national physical display honouring all Inductees in a special facility. AAHOF is a Registered Charity under NSW Fair Trading (CFN/24465) with Deductible Gift Recipient Status for tax deductibility. Donations may be made by cheque or direct deposit to our bank account. Click here to make your donation.
Meet The Board Members
The Australian Aviation Hall of Fame Limited is operated and managed by a Board of Directors drawn / elected from its membership. The Wagga Wagga City Council has automatic representation on the Committee.
Steve is Chairman of Alliance Airlines, Deputy Chairman of Hawker Pacific and has recently been appointed to the Air Force Cadets National Council, is Managing Director of Flight Options (Australia) Pty Ltd and Universal Training Systems.
He has held senior positions in the federal government and in the non-government sector. He owned and operated a charter company for six years.
He has been a pilot for over 35 years and holds soaring and instructor ratings.
President of the Australian and International Pilots' Association and Chief Pilot for Qantas.
More recently he has been a Director of Aerospace Australia Limited, Chairman of the Airport Coordination Australia and Commissioner for the Australian Transport Safety Bureau.
He is now retired and is a Founding Member of the Australian Aviation Hall of Fame.
Cr Kendall has been an active member of the Wagga Wagga community for many years first elected to Council in 2004 and has served continually since that date. Further Cr Kendall was elected Mayor in 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015. He has a keen interest interest in the Australian Aviation Hall of Fame and has positively contributed to its development.