English as a second language for Pilots
The Cambridge Aero Club winter lectures and membership enrichment program feature a series of free lectures, specialist courses and round table studies – we are pleased to welcome you to drop-in English workshops with Club member: Steven Brereton. Steven is a PPL holding pilot with Cambridge Aero Club. He is also a CELTA qualified English […]
Welcoming the East Anglian Air Ambulance in November
On the 20th of this month we are thrilled to welcome Patrick Peal, Chief Executive of the EAAA to Cambridge Aero Club for our next evening talk. The Aero Club will be hosting a raffle at £10 per ticket to win a Standard or Aerobatic Adventure Flight, all proceeds donated to the EAAA! […]
We’re Hiring! Are you looking for a varied and rewarding customer service role? Are you passionate about aviation?! A vacancy has arisen for a new Administrator here at Cambridge Aero Club and GA Centre. The role will be for 25 hours per week / 2 days 2 mornings per week) with further hours negotiable for […]
Aero Club Blog – October in a nutshell..
A round up of last months news at Cambridge Aero Club! Click here for the latest: October Blog
Thanks for 10 years Anthony!
Today marks 10 years flying with the Aero Club for Anthony our Chief Flying Instructor (CFI). As a tribute, we decided to publish a piece he wrote for his staff profile: “We’re selling the Slingsby Firefly, but we’ve just bought an Extra 200, how do you feel about flying that?” said the voice on the […]
New news from the Aero Club!
Looking ahead, and as always “keeping a good lookout” you’ll find some changes to the way in which we’re communicating with you! In response to members suggestions we’re doing away with the old-fashioned newsletter and will be bringing you slimmed down more up-to-date ‘blog’ posts, news and events of the minute and a fresh look […]
Could you be an Astronaut?
Scott, an Assistant Producer at the BBC has been in touch with Cambridge Aero Club; on the hunt for 12 men and women to undergo authentic Astronaut training exercises. The Beeb are making an exciting new series for BBC Two that will be giving 12 ordinary people from across the UK a chance to be part of […]
Young Pilots Scheme
Introducing Cambridge Aero Club’s Young Pilots Scheme: It is widely accepted that the young are often able to learn faster than adults. This is by no means a hard and fast rule but studies have found that both physical and cognitive demands are met more efficiently in younger people. This is particularly relevant in pilot training where […]
Cambridge Aero Club is focused in creating and enhancing enjoyable experiences. We aim to provide exceptional service and are collecting feedback on how we perform. If you have flown with us recently as a Full Flying Member (either monthly or yearly) and would like to let us know how we worked for you please […]
Radiotelephony Training May 2016
In order to excercise the privileges of your well earned PPL you need to obtain an FRTOL, the Flight Radiotelephony Operator’s Licence. Taking an RT course is the easiest way to gain a radiotelephony license or FRTOL. Simply because it provides a structured method of learning from someone who knows the subject. The FRTOL exam […]