As always in aviation, the weather plays a crucial role in flight training. Good conditions will ensure you gain maximum benefit, particularly during your initial flying lessons. As you progress, it may be possible to fly in less favorable conditions, but there will inevitably be times when we have to postpone your flight. For more information, click on the link to the left to download the full Flying Training document.
As a registered Flying Training Provider you may be able to use ELC’s to help part fund your flying training course. Click on the logo for more details.
Whether you’re a seasoned pro, just fancy dipping a toe in new waters or need to
refresh forgotten skills, we offer a range of courses to help you improve your abilities
and develop your confidence. Likewise if you are a fully qualified military pilot
and wish to obtain an SEP rating or you have completed EFT and want to convert to
a PPL then please make contact -
Dave Cockburn -
At WFC we are extremely proud of the standard of training provided; as a non-
A lesson normally lasts for around 2 hours in total and comprises of a brief, a flight and then a debrief. Initially the flights will be around 45 minutes duration but will lengthen as you progress through your course. If you are just starting out and embarking on a PPL or NPPL, you may be wondering at what stage you will go solo – most students normally achieve their first solo flight somewhere between 10 and 15 hours of training.