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RAF Akrotiri Flying Club

RAF Akrotiri Flying Club

About us

Our main aim at the flying club is to provide quality flight training and experiance at a low price for military personell and their dependants.

The club also provides a facility for EASA/CAA qualified pilots to continue flying in Cyprus, after completing a local procedures examination and check flight, which can also be done at the club.

Established in 1992, Akrotiri Flying Club is a Registered Training facility approved to undertake training for the ICAO (Cyprus) Private Pilots Licence, single engined type rating and night qualification. Training is conducted within the professional environment of the Royal Air Force, under the watchful eye of the Head of Training.

The weather in Cyprus allows training almost every day of the year, mainly in and around Limassol and Episkopi bays, with cross country training flights to Larnaca and Paphos International Airports.

The club prides itself on having an intimate yet friendly atmosphere.

Contact Details

Akrotiri Flying Club
C/O Air Ops
RAF Akrotiri

Peter Ring CFI, Club Manager

94120 6863 or akrotiriflyingclub@hotmail.com

Training Available

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Aircraft & Prices

Please contact the club for the latest prices

Available Fuel

We have 100LL AVGAS available.

Club Facilities

The Club is postioned west of 'Charlie' dispersal where our fleet is kept.
Our club has a well equipped training room with access to the Oxford Multimedia JAA PPL Ground Revision Pack and all PPL Revision Books. Also we have a big Ops room to carry out all your pre-flight paper work.

Aircraft Joining Instructions

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RAFFCA Reciprocity

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