The Waterford Aero Club committee met over the weekend and have advised that dual operations will commence from June 8th, 2020. We are delighted to be getting back to normality! However, we do have some significant changes to our operation which aim to protect our Members and keep everyone safe as we continue to tackle…Details
Someone definitely booked the weather for our BBQ and fly-in event last Saturday! The sun shone brightly on us and our welcome visitors. Take a look at some of the fantastic images from the day taken by Waterford_Plane_Spotter.
Waterford Aero Club was founded in 1982 with the aim of bringing pilots and enthusiasts together to expand their interest in hobby aviation. The ethos of the club was to make flying accessible to the people of the South East of Ireland, that mindset remains at the very core of their operation to this day.
It is with great sadness that we learned of the passing of one of our longest serving members Neil Marchant. A former board member, a good friend and supporter of the club. Neil was always on hand for every event and provided the background support. Our condolences to his sons David & Robert, daughter Louise,…Details
Thanks to club member John Phelan for getting this footage together from the Tramore Airshow 2016!
Waterford Aero Club would like to announce that we have one of the best Christmas Presents available for sale in 2016. With the ability to buy right up to Christmas Day, you’ll never be stuck for that perfect present. Click here or see our Facebook page for more informationDetails
Win a Trial Flight this Christmas with Waterford Aero Club. We are offering the chance for one lucky winner to experience flight with a Introductory Lesson worth €95! All you have to do is go to our Facebook post below; Like our page, like the post and comment in the comment section below it. Best…Details
Along with Pablo, Waterford Aero Club would also like to congratulate both Michael Moore and Brendan Corr for recently passing their Private Pilots skills test on Monday 28/11/2016 with IAA examiner Trevor Kellet. Here is both pictured with their instructor George Roche after hearing the good news.