Published on June 8th, 2019 | by Mark Dwyer0
Leinster Aero Club Offer for Expired Licences
Leinster Aero Club, based at Weston Airport, have announced a special offer for pilots who have an expired Single Engine Piston (SEP) Rating and would like to get flying again. The offer, which costs €895, includes 4 hours of ground school and 4 hours of flying including the Licence Proficiency Check (LPC). The offer also includes all landing fees, up to 10 touch and go’s, and 6 months membership of the Club.
The Club operates one training aircraft, a Robin HR 200 (EI-YLG), which is fully IFR equipped, including Garmin 430 GPS. The Leinster Aero Club was founded in 1956 and originally based at Weston Aerodrome. In 1964, the club re-located to Dublin Airport, where it existed until relocating back to Weston in 2004. In 2006, the club moved to a strip near Dunshaughlin, Co. Meath. Since March 2016, the club has returned to its original base at Weston Airport. The Leinster Aero Club is a Declared Training Organisation (DTO) and offers courses for:
- Private Pilot’s Licence (PPL) (Ground & Flight Training)
- Single-engine Piston Class Rating (SEP (land))
- Night Rating
More information is available from the Club website at www.leinsteraeroclub.com