Welcome to the Ulster Flying Club
Take flying lessons with the Ulster Flying Club. The club was founded in 1961 and has grown to become one of the largest flying organisations in Ireland, providing a range of aviation services, from trial flying lessons to PPL training, night ratings to IMC all provided in a friendly and welcoming environment.

All instructors with the UFC are trained to Civil Aviation Authority highest standards and combined they fly over 2500 instructional hours each year. Hand in hand with an impeccable safety record the UFC is proud to provide safety minded and experienced staff to make your time with us as enjoyable as possible.

 
Sunday 23rd July 2017 - Airfield Open Day

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GASCo Safety Evening - Fri 31 Mar @ 17:30

A representative from GASCo will be holding a Safety Evening at the clubhouse this coming Friday 31st March @ 1730, all members are encouraged to attend.

GASCo delivers Safety Evenings on behalf of CAA. The evening is designed to provide an opportunity to reflect on General Aviation safety as it affects you, the people you fly with and your clubs and associations. We hope that by the end of the evening you will have identified some ideas that you can build on to make your flying even safer and that you will feel able to share your thoughts with other members of the audience. The presenters are certainly not here to preach to you and their aim is to facilitate a useful, thought-provoking and enjoyable exchange of views on how to improve flight safety. They will share some of the latest information together with their thoughts and ideas with you during the evening.

 
Sad day for Aviation in Ireland

Today our thoughts and prayers are with all involved after the tragic accident involving RESCUE 116.

The Ulster Flying Club offer their condolences to the lost crew, their families and colleagues.

 

 
Thruster to Fast Jets for Ross

Ross Spence learnt to fly at Newtownards on the School Thruster Microlight and in 2015  gained his National Private Pilot’s License (Microlight) . He  subsequently applied to join the RAF and was accepted for Officer training . Today  (5/2/2017) we heard that from an intake of 19 only six Officers have been accepted to train on Fast Jets and Ross is one of them.

We are proud of Ross’s achievement and hope that the other trainees in his squadron are able to keep up with a pilot that learned to fly on a Thruster.

 
First solo for Mike

Congratulations to Mike Robinson on his first solo today in G-UFCE. Pictured here with his instructor Richard Boyd

 
Sky is the limit - First solo at 83!

The sky really is the limit at the Ulster Flying Club, with Brian Patton at 83 years of age who completed his first solo today with flight instructor Ken Crompton.

 
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