Welcome to Fife Flying Club
Fife Flying Club was formed in 1984 under the original name of Fife Aero Club and works in partnership with Tayside Aviation to promote flying, provide tuition and encourage social activities amongst its members. Based at Fife Airport (EGPJ - unlicensed) near Glenrothes, it is ideally positioned for quick and easy access to some of the most attractive scenery in the UK, much of which is uncontrolled airspace.
The club has over 100 active members and a busy calendar of events that caters for the diverse interests of its members.
There's always something going on around the airfield and we particularly welcome visiting pilots who wish to either drop in for a quick visit or to stay for a few days and enjoy a short holiday in Fife.
Fly-Out (Cumbernauld - Take Two)
Saturday 15th March 2014
10.00am for 10.30 Departure
We didn't manage to get over to Cumbernauld last month so how about we have another go? It's a relatively short hop over to Cumbernauld so maybe this time we'll get that coffee and bacon roll ..... ! Just north of Glasgow, Cumbernauld is a handy destination if you don't want to stray too far but with what can sometimes be an interesting approach from the north if you catch some of the turbulence over the warehouses in the industrial estate beside the airport .....
Wednesday 19th March 2014
McCowans Brewhouse, Fountain Park Leisure Centre
134 Dundee Street, EH11 1AF Edinburgh
Fancy a Quiz Night? Well, we're holding just such an evening to test your powers of General Knowledge and hopefully have a bit of fun as well.
This event will take place in Edinburgh at the Fountain Park Leisure Centre. Parking is available at the venue and it is just a 15 minute walk from Edinburgh Haymarket Station.
Everyone is welcome, so why not get hold of a couple of mates and come along for a bit of fun?
Annual Buddy Day & BBQ (2014)
Saturday 29th March 2014
We’re holding our annual “Buddy Day” on Saturday 29th March, which is an opportunity for anyone to fly in another aircraft type to the one they normally fly. Students, Pilots (and maybe even visitors) alike - just ask one of the folk milling around on the day if they have a plane and a spare seat.