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RAF Waddington Flying Club

RAF Waddington Flying Club

About us

The aim of the club is to provide service personnel and their dependants affordable flying and flying training. We aim to fly as often as possible, from 0800 to 2300 weekdays and 0800 to 1800 at weekends, subject to restrictions during busy military flying.

The clubhouse and the aircraft are situated on the Engine Running Pan between Bravo and Charlie dispersals.

Flying training will be provided by CAA qualified instructors, and will be to the JAR PPL syllabus.

Contact Details

Waddington Flying Club
RAF Waddington
Lincoln, LN5 9LB

Club Telephone: 01522 727340

Training Available

  • EASA Part-FCL PPL(A)
  • EASA LAPL(A)
  • UK NPPL
  • UK IMC Rating
  • Aerobatics Rating

Aircraft & Prices

  • C152: £84 per hour
  • C172: £100per hour
  • PA-28: £100 per hour

Instruction rates:

  • Basic/Night/Currency: £25 per hour
  • IMC/Advanced: £30 per hour
  • Ground £20 per hour
  • Other instruction by arrangement
  • Trial Lesson 30 mins £60, 1 Hour £110 inc 1 month temp membership

Club Facilities

More information to follow.

Aircraft Joining Instructions

Contact the flying club for details on PPR/joining information.

RAFFCA Reciprocity

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Club Website

http://www.waddingtonflyingclub.com/

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