Australian Air League still 'open for business'

THE Bundaberg branch of the Australian Air League is seeking to set the record straight and let locals know they're very much still in operation. 

Australian Air League Bundaberg branch squadron captain Cecily Stewart said they had received inquiries from members of the public asking if they had shut down, but it was a case of mistaken identity.

"I would like to inform members and the public that the Australian Air League Bundaberg Squadron is still operational and going strong in our region," she said.

"It was another group called the Air Force Cadets that have closed their doors."

Ms Stewart said the group was still very much alive and meetings are held each week.

"We have a strong team of volunteers that work hard to provide aviation instruction, education, team building and fun to the aviation minded youth of Bundaberg between the ages of eight and 18 years old," she said.

"We meet Friday nights at Lot 2 Kendalls Rd (near table tennis) 6.30-9pm in school terms and offer three nights free to experience what we have to offer."



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