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RAF Marham Aero Club.

RAF Marham - Marham Aero Club

RAF Marham - Marham Aero Club

About us

The Marham Aero Club (MAC) has been open since May 2003 and offers flying training, instrument training, touring and hours building on our Cessna 150. We are located on Alpha dispersal in building 92A, between the model aircraft and motor clubs.

As a member of RAFFCA, our aim is to provide access to low-cost aviation and training to all ranks of service personnel and their families at RAF Marham. We also have space for a limited number of civilians to join the club.

With access to a range of instructors and examiners we can provide tailor made flying training solutions at some of the most competitive prices in the country. A web-based booking system allows easy access to the aircraft when you need them so whether you want to learn to fly, develop your skills or simply want to tour the Norfolk countryside get in touch!

Contact Details

Chairman: Sqn Ldr Michael Knapton
OIC: Flt Lt Richard Crab
CFI: Mr Marcus Palmer
Ops Manager: Cpl Jamie Booth
Engineering: SAC(T) Andrew Thorpe
Membership: Flt Lt Ben Curtis

Marham Aero Club
RAF Marham
Kings Lynn (Norfolk)
PE33 9NP

Tel: 01760 337261 / 95951
Ext 7421 (Ops Room)
Ext 4949 (ATC)

Email: MRM-AeroClub@mod.uk

Training Available - ELCAS Provider Number 1570

  • PPL
  • NPPL
  • Safety Pilot
  • IMC
  • Night Rating

Aircraft & Prices

G-JAGS – Cessna 150 – A well maintained, quick climbing and stable aircraft that is well suited to training. Well equipped panel with full-IFR capability. Current rate for solo hire approximately £90 per hour.

Available Fuel

Limited quantities of fuel available to RAFFCA members. Please contact the flying club for the current rates.

Club Facilities

Club house with classroom, tea barm briefing room and flight planning recources. Equipment for hire including lifejackets, GPS and PLB.

Aircraft Joining Instructions

Strictly PPR with RAF Marham Ops Ext 6240.

RAFFCA Reciprocity

As per RAFFCA constitution – available on application.

Junior Rank Pilot Scholarships

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    Visit FlyingClubs.org to learn more on the Junior Ranks Pilot Scholarship Scheme and how to apply

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Sky Way Code 2017

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    SkyWay Code - CAP 1535P

RAFFCA Comms

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    How to gain access to the RAFFCA E-Allocator and Cloud System.

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Fly On Track

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General Aviation Safety Council

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Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association

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