Whether it is your intention to build hours for commercial flying, get a private pilots licence to fly recreationally or to simply take a introductory flying lesson the Waterford Aero Club is without a doubt the most enjoyable and welcoming place to do it, I highly recommend it for anyone with an interest in flying and aviation.
The club has been great for hour building – the rates are perfect and Waterford airport is ideal for a new pilot
With a modern fleet of Tecnam, Piper and Cessna aircraft, the most weather-friendly airport in Ireland, excellent in-house flight planning facilities, and our proximity to many busy airports, including Cork and Shannon, Waterford Aero Club is the ideal choice for your hour-building activities.
Our hour building packages all give a discount off the Hobbs hourly rate. The packages have a time limit within which they must be completed and an exclusive membership fee according to this time limit. We can help you maximise your hour-building with a structured programme if required – this would ensure you fulfill any requirements for future licences or ratings.
For further information regarding our hour building packages, please do not hesitate to contact us via phone (+353 51 873133), email (email@example.com), or call into our Club House at Waterford Airport.
Piper Warrior Packages
10 Tach Hours
12-14 flight hours
2 months to complete
15 Tach Hours
18-21 flight hours
3 months to complete
25 Tach Hours
31-35 flight hours
5 months to complete
15 Flight Hours
2 Month Membership
25 Flight Hours
3 Month Membership
40 Flight Hours
6 Month Membership
The Sunny South East is true to its name with some of the best weather all year round. Waterford Airport is in Class C airspace and boasts facilities such as the Avanti Coffee and Snack Bar in the main terminal, complete flight planning utilites at the Waterford Aero Club, as well as handling services, Mogas, AvGAs, Jet A1, and hangarage.
There are a number of ideally located B&Bs, hotels and accommodation in Waterford City, the buzzing Tramore and beautiful Dunmore East.
Take a look at VisitWaterford.com for a selection of accommodation options.
The southeast corner of Ireland consists of counties Waterford, Wexford, Carlow, Tipperary and Kilkenny. The region is famously known as the ‘Sunny Southeast’ due to it’s above average share in good weather. The area has a vast selection of attractions, cultural offerings and interesting things to do for everyone of all ages and tastes: historic monuments, colourful gardens, walking and cycling trails, abundant fishing locations and numerous golf courses.