Flight Training and Qualifications

Learning to fly is a challenging yet an immensely rewarding experience. Your first point of call will be to the Chief Flying Instructor or one of our Club Instructors. They will be able to assist you in making those initial steps towards a rewarding hobby and one that can be shared with the whole family. 

Once you have achieved your solo rating, you may be interested in attending State or National events. Whilst each event will have different requirements, a good 'next step,' is working towards your nationally recognised MAAA Bronze, Silver or Gold Wings.


For more information on the awarding of MAAA Wings, please refer to: MOP027 Award of Wings and Instructor Rating

MAAA Wings test sheets can be found at: https://www.maaa.asn.au/club-support/forms

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Open 7 days a week:

Monday-Thursday  8am-6pm

Friday  1pm - 6pm (Field Maintenance in the morning)

Saturday  8am-6pm

Sunday & Public Holidays 9am-1pm

Christmas Day, Good Friday and until 1:00pm on Anzac Day
These timearfoInternaCombustion, Jet and EDF aircraft. 
Quiet Electrics can fly from Dawn till Dusk on all days except Friday mornings, Christmas Day, Good Friday and until 1:00pm Anzac Day

Our Airfield is located at Loganholme, Qld... Straight off the South-Eastern end of Burchill St

Contact Us

All pilots must hold a Current membership card or proof thereof or sign in as a Bona Fide visitor (4 x Visits in total allowed before being required to join to continue flying at LARCS)  *see VISITORS PAGE.* 


Endorsements (if required) must be carried & aircraft noise level certification of 96db is enforced.

For general correspondance, you can contact the LARCS Committee via email to: secretary@larcs.com.au 

For new members looking for flight instruction, please contact the CFI to arrange a time & instructor. Contact details can be found on the 'Crew' page via the top navigation bar.