(UPDATED June 20, 2022)
Transport Canada regulations continue to require the following:
- Masks are optional in the aircraft
- Proof of Vaccines are not required at this time.
- We will continue to follow federal regulations as they continue to be updated.
LEARN TO FLY
Have you always had the dream to fly? Thought that it would be great to be a pilot but weren’t sure how? Or maybe you’ve decided you want a career as a pilot! Let us show you the way!
Want to know what flying an airplane feels like? Or looking for a fun gift idea? A discovery flight is a 30 min flight with an instructor who will show you the basics and give you the chance to fly a plane!
EFC students, members, and alumni, are you looking for more information on other programs offered by EFC and want to know your options?
We are hiring!
Positions available right now: Class 1, 2, or 3 flight instructors.
You’ve finished your ground school but trying to find more ways to prepare?
We have 3 (with plans of adding more) practice exams that you can use to help deepen your understanding and find those weak areas before the TC test
The visual system gives the ability to simulate many different flights, both Visual Flight Rules (VFR) and Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) and a few selected aircraft such as the C172, C182, C206, and of course the PA44 Seminole.
- Have fun with your friends!
- Refresh those rusty IFR skills
Find out more about how our students succeed at the Edmonton Flying Club & beyond! Each student’s flight-training journey is unique.
Take a peek inside our world!
Well that’s what many Canadian General Aviation pilots were contemplating this year as to whether to attend the mother of all fly-ins, the 2021 EAA
Norm was doing the walkaround on the Maule. It was late winter; the snow was mushy even in the morning. The Maule was on skis
It’s an early blue-sky morning with not much wind, as I recall. I’m sitting in the Maule. The engine has stopped, and I’ve just collided