The Regina Flying Club is the only flight training facility at the Regina International Airport and trains dozens of new pilots every year. RFC graduates have gone on to fly commercial passenger jets for many airlines around the world, as well as regional carriers, bush flying and military aircraft. The RFC also hosts various Civil Air Search and Rescue (CASARA) exercises, and is one of the training sites of the Saskatchewan Polytechnic Commercial Pilot program.
The Club currently operates a fleet of seven aircraft for training and rental, a state of the art simulator, and offers pilot supplies and hangar facilities.
The Regina Flying Club will is offering a ForeFlight seminar Saturday January 21, 2017 at 1600 hours. RFC members will be introduced to ForeFlight Electronic Charts. This seminar is free to current members of the Regina Flying Club. Learn more about Electronic Flight Bags. Interested in how you can use ForeFlight for recreational VFR flying or… Read more
The Sustaining Members Annual Meeting will be held at the Regina Flying Club hangar on Tuesday March 21, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. All Sustaining Members are encouraged to attend.
Regina Flying Club Annual General Member Meeting (AGM) 20 April 2017 Regina Flying Club Classroom 1900 hours
Annual Spring Rust Remover program at the Royal Regina Golf Club
December 7, 2016
The Regina Flying Club would like to extend a big congratulations to Greg and Wayne Runyon on the completion of their home-built aircraft project, an RV12. After a lengthy build process, their commitments paid-off as Greg took the RV12 to the sky recently, putting the airplane through it’s paces testing all the systems and functions, amounting... Read more
December 6, 2016
Top Pilot Award Regina Flying Club celebration of Canada’s newest pilots and recognition of aviation industry leaders. The Wings Night, the tradition of providing our students with their wings, had held on May 14, 2016 at the Royal Regina Golf Club. This year’s guest speaker Colonel A.R. Day, Commander of 15 Wing Moose Jaw graciously... Read more