As a non-profit organisation with no paid staff (except for instructors), we can offer attractive rates for both solo-hire and instruction. We think you’ll find these very competitive, but we don’t compromise on safety standards or training quality. We’ll adapt and tailor instruction to suit your needs and provide sufficient rather than excessive time.
An important feature of our charging policy is worth highlighting. Flight time is charged based on airborne time plus 10 minutes. If you are stuck at the hold, need to taxi to the pumps to refuel or just waiting for the engine to warm up, we won’t charge extra. This makes a big difference compared with training at a large busy airport, when you might be charged full rates as soon as the battery switch is turned on.
|Solo Hire per hour||
|Dual Flight Instruction per hour||
|IR(R) Flight Instruction||
|Non-Flying Annual Membership||
|1 hour Introductory Flight/Trial Lesson||
Prices for a full training course are given below as a guide. These are based on the legal minimum hours required and are likely to be exceeded, particularly for older students and those who spread their training out over longer periods.
|LAPL including 30 hours flight training and 9 ground exams||
|PPL including 45 hours flight training and 9 ground exams||
|Night Rating including 5 hours flight training||
|IR(R) including 15 hours IR(R) training and 1 ground exam||
Includes final landing fees at Gloucester. Touch-and-Goes are charged at £8 each.
Touch-and-goes and landings at Kemble (approx 12 minutes flight time away) are included.
Instruction is charged based on flight time but includes pre-flight briefing and post-flight debrief.
Excludes annual club membership fee, landing fees elsewhere, theory knowledge books, radio telephony practical exam, medical examination, examiner fee for skill tests, solo aircraft hire for skill test, CAA licence fees.
Payment by cheque or bank transfer in advance or on the day of each flight.
The rates above apply from 1st May 2018 until further notice.