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The club was founded in 1961 and has grown to become one of the largest flying organisations in Ireland, providing a range of aviation services, from trial flying lessons to PPL training, night ratings to IMC all provided in a friendly and welcoming environment. All instructors with the UFC are trained to Civil Aviation Authority highest standards and combined they fly over 2500 instructional hours each year. Hand in hand with an impeccable safety record the UFC is proud to provide safety minded and experienced staff to make your time with us as enjoyable as possible.
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Ulster Flying Club note: This information is provided as-is upon information from the CAA and Light Aircraft Association. The Club cannot provide any legal advice as to whether the topics discussed apply to an individual’s circumstances. Update 20:50 2020/04/07 The CAA has publicised another document detailing the exemption for other categories of licence holders. This[…]
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic the Ulster Flying Club has taken the decision to close until further notice. The Committee, after consultation with medical advisers, club accounts, and in accordance with the recommendations of the U.K. and local governments has decided that in the best interest of all staff, students, members and the general[…]
The Ulster Flying Club airfield open day 2019 was a great success, thanks to everyone who visited and exhibited. Here’s to the weather next year being as kind to us!
To Celebrate the arrival of our new Cessna 152 we have decided to do a giveaway for the Flight Sim community. Download the FSX/P3D Version of G-PTTB Below! Happy Simming CLICK HERE To Download
Sometimes dreams do come true. This particular dream started with one man’s desire to land at Gibraltar airport,
Great to see our friends over at the Air Ambulance NI in for a coffee today!
A short video of a few of our members out for a stunning winter flight over a snowy Northern Ireland