For Flying Rotarians - Drones mean saving lives!
What do you imagine when you think of drones?  Recreational toys?  Flying taxis?  A threat to the future of general aviation?  A force for good or bad?  Whatever your views, there are Flying Rotarians...
The Life of Brian - Memorial Flying Scholarship Update
We told you previously about the initiative started by IFFR Australia to honour the past and look to the future with the launch of the Brian Condon Memorial Flying Scholarship, which aims to help one...
MM Kherson 7 (2)
IFFR brings warmth and cheer to children in Ukraine
Thanks to the generosity of Flying Rotarians all around the world who have contributed to our Ukraine relief fund and the service of members of the Swiss Section, we have been able to bring warmth and...
Christmas Partys
Flying Rotarians celebrate Christmas on both sides of the world
Flying Rotarians have been celebrating the festive season around the world this month with the Hong Kong and UK sections both having fun Christmas get-togethers. Hong Kong AGM and Dinner On Monday...
Cub 69R at Upper Paradise Lake near Seward Alaska (2)
Al Clayton: Vice-President Americas
How did I get into flying? My father was a big game hunting guide in Alaska.  My first flight was about age 8 in a Cessna 182 that one of his clients flew from South Carolina to visit Alaska. ...
President George on the traction engine
It will never fly - but it helps End Polio Now!
One of the joys of being a Rotarian in London is being able to participate in some of the finest British traditions. And there is nothing more traditional than the Lord Mayor of London’s show – one...
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