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Kinloss - Moray Flying Club

Kinloss Barracks - Moray Flying Club

About us

The Moray Flying Club is a Tri-Service facility for Army as well as Navy with most members being RAF, we are a registered training facility for both the EASA Private Pilots Licence and associated ratings (Night, IMC) and the National Private Pilots Licence. It is also an ENHANCED LEARNING CREDIT APPROVED TRAINING PROVIDER for both full and part time courses. It is here to ensure Service Personnel have the opportunity to learn to fly and enjoy their license once issued.

Membership is available for Associates (i.e. those not in the Services) and they are made most welcome as they help to keep the club going when all the service personnel are away on detachments! We encourage both training and touring and have two full time and five local part time Instructors (both Civilian and Service) and an in house Examiner available, giving full time cover to the flying program. We operate a first come first served policy on bookings which are always "subject to weather" and we keep a reserve booking system, in case anyone cancels their flight.

Many members fly for fun and others are aiming at a flying career, so there is always a club member to share your thoughts and career moves with.

Contact Details

Kinloss Barracks
Moray, IV36 3UH

01309 617361 or GPTN 95131 ext 7361

Training Available

  • EASA Part-FCL PPL(A)
  • UK IMC
  • Night Rating
  • Advanced Pilot Course
  • Safety Pilot Course

Moray Flying Club is ELCAS registered for the Enhanced Learning Credits (ELC)

Aircraft & Prices

See the Moray Flying Club website for detailed information on the cost of courses and aircraft hire. Associates pay slightly higher rates: Please visit our website www.morayflyingclub.com for all rates/courses etc

Available Fuel

Not available at Kinloss but RAF Lossiemouth has an Avgas Bowser - contact 95161 Ext 6813 to make arrangements.

Club Facilities

There is a clubroom with tea/coffee facilities, a microwave oven, TV . Club Nights and Aviation orientated vicits to ATC/ARCC are being arranged to keep members in touch with each other. Involvement is encouraged and offers of help NEVER REFUSED!

Aircraft Joining Instructions

Via the Website or phone for application forms, see Pooleys Flight Guide for airfield information.

RAFFCA Reciprocity

Membership can be offerd at rates on our website - with Associate Flying Rates then applying. As we are a full time organisation we have overheads that must be met i.e. Instructor/Ops Manager Pay etc which means we cannot afford to offer free reciprocal membership to other RAFFCA members. All are most welcome to use our faciltites and book full or part time courses, with or without ELC funding.

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