Welcome to

Edmonton Flying Club

Edmonton Flying Club is a member-owned organization that operates an advanced fleet of aircraft and provides flight training at all levels from recreational to Commercial Multi Instrument rated, career-ready pilots.

Welcome to the

Edmonton Flying Club

Edmonton Flying Club is a member-owned organization that operates an advanced fleet of aircraft and provides flight training at all levels from recreational to Commercial Multi Instrument rated, career-ready pilots.

COVID-19 NOTICE

(UPDATED September 20, 2021)

With the current state of emergency in the province of Alberta, EFC has amended our precautions as follows:

  • Masks must be worn in the building and aircraft.
  • Proof of Vaccines are now required for all staff, members, and Discovery Flight passengers. First dose is acceptable until October 18 th if it was received 14 days before your flight, briefing or ground school class.

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!

DISCOVERY FLIGHTS

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! 

STUDENTS

EFC students, members, and alumni, are you looking for more information on other programs offered by EFC and want to know your options?  

EFC FEATURES!

Parkland Foodbank

12 days of giving

This year we will be collecting food again for our local Parkland Foodbank but we wanted to make it fun! So we are introducing the 12 days of giving to try and raise as much food as possible for those in need!

Please note that items can be given all at once, one day at a time, and any day – not required day of the item, just give what you can!

Here is the fun part, each item gets you entered into a draw for great prizes including $125 worth of flying! So 1 jar of Peanut butter gets you entered once, 12 cans of soup gets you entered 12 times. Complete all 12 days and receive a special EFC prize and 20 extra entries!!

  • Dec 1 – 1 jar of peanut butter
  • Dec 2 – 2 bags of rice
  • Dec 3 – 3 containers of cooking oil (olive or canola)
  • Dec 4 – 4 boxes of crackers
  • Dec 5 – 5 packs of pasta
  • Dec 6 – 6 jars of applesauce
  • Dec 7 – 7 cans of vegetables (peas/corn/mushrooms/tomatoes etc)
  • Dec 8 – 8 cans of tuna/ fish/ canned meat
  • Dec 9 – 9 Granola bars (at least – a box is accepted)
  • Dec 10 – 10 cans of fruit
  • Dec 11 – 11 cans of beans
  • Dec 12 – 12 cans of soup

Donations accepted until December 22end 2021.If you have any questions or would like clarification please email Sophia at cfi@flyefc.ca

Thank you in advance for your participation!

Fundraiser

Our new key chains are in!!

Buy one for $10 and all proceeds go to the George Reid Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship has been created in honor of George Reid who was an EFC member for over 80 years! For information on how to donate contact Sophia at cfi@flyefc.ca or call 780.800.9639.

Simulator Rental!

$50/hour

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

ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT

Find out more about how our students succeed at the Edmonton Flying Club & beyond! Each student’s flight-training journey is unique.

OUR GALLERY

Take a peek inside our world!

EFC NEWS

Tax Season Notes

As 2021 begins we would like to remind students that tax time is right around the corner. With that in mind please be sure to

Adventures with a Mission

To Osh or not to Osh! Well that’s what many Canadian General Aviation pilots were contemplating this year as to whether to attend the mother

CASARA Corner – September 2021

In past columns, we have talked about the statistic of typical aviation accidents being the result of a chain of eight to eleven (depending on

Perry’s Ponderings

I wanted to start my article off with a big thank you to EFC, Gerald & Sophia for sending a plane & pilot to the Westlock