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MFC Training returning to Happy Valley-Goose Bay for 2022

March 29, 2022  By Wings Staff

MFC Training at Goose Bay Airport will start on May 16 and leverage two Diamond DA-20 aircraft. (Photo: MFC Training)

MFC Training, described as Canada’s largest professional flight school, on March 14 announced the return of its seasonal flight school to Goose Bay Airport in Labrador for 2022. Building on the success of last year’s inaugural class, MFC Training explains it will offer numerous modular training programs, providing future pilots from the Canadian north with even more access to world-class training options.

“We are proud to return to Happy Valley-Goose Bay for 2022 with a wide range of training options for prospective students,” said Blair Springate, Vice President of Training at MFC Training. “We are also excited to see familiar faces return as last year’s students continue their flight training.”

Headquartered in Moncton, New Brunswick, MFC Training traces its roots back 1929 when it began operations as the Moncton Flying Club. Now one of Canada’s most experienced flight training schools, MFC Training graduates more than 350 fully trained commercial pilots every year for many of the world’s airlines. With a fleet of more than 50 aircraft, MFC Training provides all levels of pilot training for both domestic and International markets from Recreational Pilot Permits through to our Professional Commercial Pilot and Instructor Programs.


Training operations at Goose Bay Airport will start on May 16, continuing until September 16, with two full-time instructors, a supervisory instructor and two Diamond DA-20 aircraft. Training options will include obtaining a Private Pilot Licence, getting a night rating, or starting on a path towards a full Commercial Pilot Licence.


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