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Welcome to Fife Flying Club

 

Fife Flying Club was formed in 1984 under the original name of Fife Aero Club and works in partnership with Tayside Aviation to promote flying, provide tuition and encourage social activities amongst its members. Based at Fife Airport (EGPJ - unlicensed) near Glenrothes, it is ideally positioned for quick and easy access to some of the most attractive scenery in the UK, much of which is uncontrolled airspace.

The club has over 100 active members and a busy calendar of events that caters for the diverse interests of its members.

There's always something going on around the airfield and we particularly welcome visiting pilots who wish to either drop in for a quick visit or to stay for a few days and enjoy a short holiday in Fife.


03/06/2020:

Following an announcement from Transport Scotland that the Scottish Government "will not be publishing specific guidance in relation to General Aviation" and with the relaxation of travel restrictions to allow members of the public to engage in recreational activity, based aircraft at Fife have been able to take to the skies again. It is paramount that pilots follow the guidance as laid out by the Department for Transport.

If based aircraft require fuel, they should speak to Fife Airport directly. As ever, visiting aircraft to Fife are required to obtain PPR. If PPR cannot be obtained, aircraft should NOT fly to Fife.

Fife Airport have advised that normal operations at the airfield will not resume until the Tipsy Nipper Restaurant re-opens. To date, no announcement has been made.

Tayside Aviation operations remain suspended.

 

- FFC Committee

 Tayside Aviation

 

AOPA

 

SkyDive St.Andrews

 

Fife Airport