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The Britannia Trophy
Presented in 1913 by Horatio Barber, for the British aviator or aviators accomplishing the most meritorious performance in aviation during the preceding year.
The Prince of Wales Cup
Presented in 1976 by the President, HRH The Prince of Wales, for annual award for the most meritorious performance, feat or event by a team or group during the preceding year.
The Gold Medal of the Royal Aero Club
First awarded in 1908, the gold, silver and bronze medals are awarded annually for outstanding achievement in aviation.
The Royal Aero Club Diploma
Established in 1984 and awarded to those who have served the Royal Aero Club, Sporting Aviation or Aviation in general by their meritorious endeavours.
The Silver & Bronze Medals of the Royal Aero Club
First awarded in 1908, the silver and bronze medals are awarded annually for outstanding achievement in aviation.
Companion of the Royal Aero Club
Established in 1988 and awarded annually for an outstanding performance by a British aviator in a flying apparatus or device designed and built in the United Kingdom.
The Breguet Trophy
Presented by Sir John Fairey, MBE. Awarded annually jointly by the Royal Aero Club and the Aero Club de France for achievement in the field of aviation that substantially produces the advantages of rotary winged flight, including VTOL and jet-lift aircraft.
The President’s Breitling Trophy
Established in 1997 and awarded annually to the journalist, producer or author of the outstanding media item on sporting and recreational aviation during the previous year.
Certificate of Appreciation of the RAeC
Established in 1998 and awarded in recognition of the vital help provided to British air sport by those who support the RAeC or its member organisations by means of sponsorship or the provision of facilities for national teams or otherwise.
Ann Welch Memorial Award
Established in 2005. It acknowledges people making a major contribution to flying instruction benefitting the BGA, BMAA, and BHPA.
The Norton Griffiths Challenge Trophy
Established in 2008. Intended to recognise adventurous endeavours, this trophy is awarded to aviators undertaking outstanding feats of courage, tenacity and imagination unrelated to traditional sporting events.