Added By: Andreas J. WaltherPosted On: May 24, 2012Comments: 0
With the increased traffic into Subang, will general aviation still play a role at the airport or will commercial business pushing out the small and light aircrafts, leaving Clubs that serve the general community stuck high and dry without a space to park?
We're delivering top quality flight training for the last 5 years to all our 150 members
Operating 7 days a week, flying 7 different aircraft to Adventure destinations in Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore and Indonesia.
The Air Adventure Flying Club was formed from a group of aviation enthusiasts and registered with the Registrar of Society in 2007. The AAFC strives to provide first class pilot training as well as aircraft rental to aviation enthusiasts with well maintained and clean aircrafts. The AAFC main operation is Subang International Airport. Bernam River Airfield is “Home away from Home” for the AAFC. Lots of the training flights will be done in the vicinity of this airfield. Being the only Flying Club that operates from Bernam River Airfield maximum flying time is ensured as there is no holding or waiting for anyone else.
Located 20 minutes flight north of Subang it is ideally located for flying, with facilities such as pool, several cottages available to members 7 days a week. Segamat airfield is the adventure outpost for us, 40 flying minutes south. Here we commence our Adventure camp and outings. The faithful ZEE BRA Land Rovers will take us to the heart of the 130 million year old jungle.
The AAFC offers top quality training and aircraft rental at competitive prices. One Day Pilot programs are available as attractive gift vouchers. Air Adventure Flying Club is a registered Club (SEL-248-08) with the approval of the Department of Civil Aviation to conduct training courses.