This page is here purely to inform visitors to this site of the existence of the Fleet Air Arm Association, what it is, how it is organised and of the Association's journal The Airey Fairey.
There are seventeen branches throughout the country, from Angus in the north down to Solent and Southdowns in the south who hold regular meetings for members. There is a catch-all branch (Daedalus) for overseas members and UK members who live too far from branch meeting places to attend.
Branch organisation details and how to join can be found at: the Fleet Air Arm Association Home page.
In 2002 I had the pleasure of being asked to edit the Fleet Air Arm Association's journal 'The Airey Fairey' with effect from the next issue, this being 'Issue 9 Winter 2002 - 2003'. Contact with the printers revealed that a move to the use of full colour with bleed on both front and rear of the cover would not entail any more cost to produce than the existing design which had a single inset picture with a simple coloured title on the front. Therefore the opportunity was taken for a redesign with the results seen below.