Prestwick Flying Club

Prestwick Flying Club


Today I met with people involved in the general aviation sector. I flew in a yellow microlight from Strathaven airfield with Keith Edwards of Fly Scotland to Prestwick. Had a great chat about how we should boost the sector with members of Prestwick Flying Club. It's a sector that we could and should do a lot to promote and i will be working with them to see what more we can do. I was flown back to Strathaven in a vintage Chipmunk (it's more than 70 years old). It was great to take the controls of both planes.
Has the AGM for 2017 been held yet ? Apologies if I missed it !!

We are a non-profit company run by volunteers who provide a club training environment and facilities

Operating as usual


On Saturday the club was involved with the Aviation Without Borders Kids Flying Day for the fourth year in a row. Twenty nine children from various backgrounds had the opportunity to fly in a light aircraft for the first time. A huge thanks go to our small team of volunteers who took the time to fly the kids and also to the airport fire and rescue service who brought their appliances round.

Photos from Prestwick Flying Club's post 30/09/2018

Our planned club flyout to Inverness had a change of plan due to the weather so we decided to visit Fishburn Airfield instead...

Photos from Prestwick Flying Club's post 10/06/2018

Yesterday the club were able to fly 27 children and carers as part of an annual event with Aviation Without Borders. Working in conjunction with Glasgow Prestwick Airport, the kids each had a chance to fly in one of the aircraft association with the club, and also explore one of the airports fire engines...

Untitled album 10/06/2018

Untitled album


The latest addition to the PFC fleet - a new group has formed to operate Jodel 1050 G-CEIS from the club. Shares available - contact [email protected] for more information.

Photos from Prestwick Flying Club's post 09/09/2017

A near perfect day today for a club fly out to Glenforsa Airfield

Aviation Without Borders Event Hosted at Prestwick 07/07/2017

Aviation Without Borders Event Hosted at Prestwick

Prestwick Airport have produced the following short video about the recent Aviation Without Borders day which was run by the club...

Aviation Without Borders Event Hosted at Prestwick Glasgow Prestwick Airport recently accommodated Prestwick Flying Club as they participated in the Aviation Without Borders charity event in accommodating chi...

Glenforsa Fly In 2015 26/05/2015

Glenforsa Fly In 2015

A short video by one of our members who flew up to Mull for the Fly In in the club based Bulldog. Sadly poor weather on Saturday prevented some of our other members taking the club aircraft up.

Glenforsa Fly In 2015 Annual Fly In to Mull - 23 May 2015

Glenforsa Airfield 14/04/2015

Glenforsa Airfield

Some excellent news about Glenforsa - it's now open again, and is now operated by the owners of the Glenforsa Hotel...

Glenforsa Airfield Glenforsa Airstrip is situated on the North shore of Mull close to the village of Salen. It is a private general aviation grass airstrip operated by the owners of Glenforsa Hotel. Visitors with light aircaft are welcome.


Glasgow and Edinburgh airports are introducing listening squawks from 2nd April, which should only be used within 20nm of each airport. For Glasgow squawk 2620 with Mode C and listen out on 119.100, and for Edinburgh squawk 0440 with Mode C and listen out on 121.200. As with all listening squawks remember that using it does not clear you into controlled airspace, and does not mean you are receiving an ATC service. And don't forget to change back to 7000 when leaving the area or changing frequency...


Skye (Broadford) Flyin 2015
The Skye (Broadford Ashaig airstrip, EGEI) fly-in is planned for Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 July 2015. Reserve dates in case of bad weather are two weeks later ie Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 July.

As per Pooley's updated plate, pilots should note that 130.65 is the radio frequency in use. Also, overhead joins are at 2000 ft aal. Circuits are at 1000 ft aal to the North i.e. over the sea and pilots should avoid overflying the houses at either end of the runway.

Highland Council (airstrip owners) have kindly agreed to waive landing-fees for the event.





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