Pacific Flying Club


Pacific Flying Club

The Pacific Flying Club is a flight school based out of Boundary Bay Airport in Delta, BC. It is the largest flight school on the west coast of Canada. The Pacific Flying Club was formed on July 14th, 1965.

Fleet

Cessna 152: 11

Cessna 172: 9

Cessna 172R: 1

Cessna 172XP: 1

Cessna 172 Diesel: 1

Piper Warrior: 1

Piper Seneca: 2

Totals:

Single Engine Aircraft: 24

Multi-Engine Aircraft: 2

Simulators

Pacific Flying Club has three flight simulators available for use.

Pacific Flying Club has a state-of-the-art Al Sim MCC200 Level 5 Beechcraft King Air 200 Simulator for training. This advanced technologoy is utilized in all the courses and is the most advanced simulation available at Boundary Bay Airport. IFR renewal rides can now be done on this simulator saving a pilot time, money and concerns about icing levels and fog.

Staff

Pacific flying club employs 25 flight instructors. A crew of Aircraft Maintenance Engineers are also employed to maintain the heavily used fleet.

Booking

Pacific Flying Club has an online booking system which allows pilots to select their desired aircraft, instructor and time. Bookings can also be made in person or over the phone with dispatch.

Groundschool

Private pilot and Commercial pilot groundschool classes are offered at Pacific Flying Club. An online groundschool is also offered.

Groundschool runs continuously; students may join the first night of any subject area. Students may attend as many times as they wish at no added cost. Required texts and supplies may be purchased from the club.

Pacific Flying Club also has a partnership with Aerocourse, leaders in IFR and ATPL training. Together, Pacific Flying Club and Aerocourse offer a IFR groundschool that goes beyond a written examination preparation course and prepares you for your career or comprehensive IFR flying.

Diploma Program

Pacific Flying Club offeres a college diploma program called "Airline Operations". The program is in partnership with British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). The program allows the student to achieve a Commercial Pilots Licence, a Multi-Engine rating and a Instrument Rating as well as obtaining a college diploma. The course takes a total of 16 months to complete.

External Links and References

[http://www.pacificflying.com Pacific Flying Club]

[http://www.czbb.com/index.htm Boundary Bay Airport]


Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Club de Hockey Canadien — Canadiens de Montréal Pour les articles homonymes, voir Canadien …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Club de hockey Canadien — Canadiens de Montréal Pour les articles homonymes, voir Canadien …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Pacific Southwest Airlines — Infobox Airline airline = Pacific Southwest Airlines logo size = 150 IATA = PS ICAO = PSA callsign = PSA founded = 1949 headquarters = San Diego, California hubs = *Los Angeles International Airport *San Diego International Airport focus cities …   Wikipedia

  • Canadian Pacific Airlines — Boeing 737 de Canadian Pacific Airlines en 1971 Canadian Pacific Airlines, connue aussi sous le nom de CP Air, était une compagnie aérienne du Canada, disparue en 1987. Historique La compagnie de chemins de fer Canadien Pacifique ne s est pas… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Cathay Pacific — Infobox Airline airline = Cathay Pacific Airways logo size = 300 hubs = Hong Kong International Airport focus cities = Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport fleet size = 116 (+48 orders) destinations = 46 …   Wikipedia

  • Cathay Pacific — Cathay Pacific …   Википедия

  • Hellcats Over the Pacific — Infobox VG| title = Hellcats Over the Pacific caption= developer = Parsoft Interactive publisher = Graphic Simulations designer = Eric Parker engine = released = 1991 genre = flight simulator modes = single player ratings = N/A platforms = Apple… …   Wikipedia

  • Unidentified flying object — UFO redirects here. For other uses, see UFO (disambiguation). Photograph of alleged UFO, New Jersey, July 31, 1952 A term originally coined by …   Wikipedia

  • Dayton Area Rugby Club — Nickname(s) Flying Pigs Founded 1973 (Men) 1979 (Women) Location Dayton, Ohio, USA Ground(s) Eastwood Metropark Chairman Shane Stachurski …   Wikipedia

  • Neon flying squid — A specimen of Ommastrephes bartramii from the Natural History Museum in London Scientific classification …   Wikipedia