For the public benefit:
a. to promote recruitment to and the efficiency of the royal air force (raf). in particular, but without limitation, by enhancing its reputation through a programme of world-class events and activities.
b. to advance such charitable purposes (according to the law of england and wales) as the charity trustees shall think fit for the benefit of past and present members of any of the raf, the auxiliary air force, the raf reserves or any separate dominion air force (or any former organisation the place of which has substantially been taken by the said organisations or any future organisations which hereafter shall substantially take the place of the said organisations) and their dependants.
c. to advance in life young people through events, grants and activities that provide access to and involvement in forward-looking air and space opportunities, so as to develop their capabilities that they may grow to full maturity as individuals and members of society.
d. to advance education of the public in general in aviation, space and broader science, technology, engineering and mathematics, particularly as relates to the activities of the raf?.