Please be advised that the Annual General Meeting of the Rockcliffe Flying Club (1961) will take place in the Main Theater at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum at 1:00 PM, Saturday, April 13, 2013. All Club members are invited to attend the meeting and all Sustaining Members and Life Members, in good standing, are entitled to vote at the meeting. On the agenda will be: an overview of the Club status and progress through 2012 a review of the 2012 financial statements appointment of auditors, presentation of the 2013 budget update of the Club’s Strategic Plan review of the results of the member survey elections to the Board of Directors, and such other business as may be brought before the meeting. There will be…

Keep exploring Canada

Submitted by on Mon, 01.04.2013 - 21:38
The Canadian Tourism Commision has put together an exciting video featuring our very own Jonathan Rotondo. The video shows the exciting adventures we Canadians can enjoy in this magnificent country of ours. Check out the video below:

Wings Dinner 2013!

Submitted by on Thu, 21.03.2013 - 00:00
Again this year, the Flying Club is celebrating the achievements of our club members under the wings of our national aeronautical collection. The evening includes a delicious buffet dinner catered by Bytown Catering, a silent auction and the presentation of the 2012-13 wings and awards. Please join us for:52nd Anniversary Wings Dinner of The Rockcliffe Flying ClubHosted at the Canada Aviation and Space MuseumOn Friday May 3, 2013
Sun & Fun? The Bahamas? Oshkosh? Saturday 02 March 0900 – 1100 at the Canadian Aviation and Space Museum, Rockcliffe Flying Club will hold a seminar to help you plan your next adventure. A Seminar entitled “Planning a Flight to the USA?” will be presented by RFC members Tony Hunt and Chris Hobbs. 
The Rockliffe Flying Club, the Eastern Ontario Chapter of the Ninety-Nines and the Canada Aviation and Space Museum welcome girls and women to the Rockcliffe Airport! The Eastern Ontario Chapter of the Ninety-Nines and the Rockcliffe Flying Club volunteers will provide free flights to girls and women who have never flown in a small aircraft! Flights will depart from the Museum. If you know a young woman/girl that would be a candidate, please pass on this link to the Women of Aviation Week website to register for the event. This is a worldwide event in which we are participating. Our goal is to offer flights to 150 participants.
Members and Staff, Looking for something to entertain your child (or grandchild) while you attend the Wings Dinner? In conjunction with the Canada Aviation and Space Museum we are considering providing children's programming during the evening of the Wings Dinner. The programming will include aviation related activities, a pizza dinner and a movie to round out the evening. The cost to participate in the children's programming will be no greater than five dollars per child to cover a portion of the cost of food. The target age group for this programming is ages five to twelve. If you have children outside this range we may consider including them as well. This year's Wings Dinner will be held at Canada Aviation and Space Museum on Friday…
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Our unique IFR ground school, offered as a series of 18 internet-based interactive conferences, is starting December 13th. The classes are on Monday and Thursday evenings starting at 19:30 to 21:00. Cost is $295 for RFC members. To register, contact Marie-Eve at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 613-746 4425. The detailed schedule is attached.