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Scottish Flying Club

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[1]Scottish Flying Club

Founded: 1927.

President: The Rt. Hon. the Lord Weir of Eastwood, P.C., LL.D.

Membership: 462.

Flying Members: 168.

Aircraft: Four D.H. Gipsy Moths, one D.H. Puss Moth.

Aerodrome: Moorpark, Renfrew.

Railway Station: Renfrew, Paisley or Glasgow.

Accommodation: Hangars, club house with no living accommodation.

Instructor: John C. Houston, M.C.

Secretary: Oliver Cochran, C.A.

Address: Moorpark Aerodrome, Renfrew, Scotland.

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  1. 1933 Who's Who in British Aviation