Scottish Aviation & STEM Trail
This trail sets out to commemorate Scotland's rich heritage in aviation and aviation science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM), both military and civilian. It also spotlights the Flying Aces scheme, which brings flying experience to disadvantaged young people.
STEM and the Flying Aces Scheme
The appliance of Science, Technology and Mathematics in Aviation and a scheme to give flying experience to disadvantaged youngsters.
HUNDREDS OF INTERESTING LOCATIONS THROUGHOUT SCOTLAND
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Honouring men and women of the Commonwealth forces who died in WW1 & WW2
Commission shaped remembrance
Visit the Royal Air Force Museum today Based in London and Cosford West Midlands
A great free day out for all.
Scottish Aviation and STEM Trail
Commemorating Aviation and STEM in Scotland
This Trail sets out to commemorate Scotland’s rich aviation heritage both Military and Civil, pulling together Youth, STEM and Veterans. The Army, the Royal Navy and the Royal Air Force have all played their part in creating this heritage as have many Civil aviators, engineers and manufacturers.
The Scottish Aviation Heritage Trail address is c/o Air Officer Scotland, 25 Learmonth Terrace, Edinburgh EH4 1NZ and that office is responsible for the Site.About Us