(Russ Beach)
Smiths Falls / Montague Airport
Flying Lessons and Flight Training - Ottawa Area and Eastern Ontario
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Stratus II for the iPad

Garmin 496

from a Mooney upgrade

Half Share RV-6A

1983 PIPER PA-28

Marcel Jurca MJ 2
TA16 Sea Fire Amphibian

Hangar Space rental available for SFFC members for airplanes in the Beach Hangar. Contact:
Peter Campbell

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Smiths Falls Flying Club

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Give the Gift of Flight!
An hour in a Cessna 172. Explore the magic! . . .

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2016 Membership Renewals
Click HERE to see how to conveniently renew your SFFC 2016 Membership online.

Transport Canada Safety Seminar
Ottawa Wednesday February 24, 2016 -Algonquin College (Ottawa Campus) 7:00 PM
Coming Events
  • Smiths Falls Flying Club
    Pot Luck Brunch
    Sunday, Feb 28, 2016

  • Smiths Falls Flying Club CYSH
    Fly-in Breakfast
    Sunday, Jun 5, 2016

  • Race the Runway
    Saturday, Aug 13, 2016

  • Pig Roast
    Flying Club Members and Guests
    Saturday, Sep 10, 2016

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Smiths Falls-Montague Aviation Museum Website

Space is now available for airplane rental in the Maintenance Hangar for a Club Member plane.
Contact: Peter Campbell

New Avionics Upgrade for GLIN

---------------- Garmin G 150 GPS (unchanged)

---------------- Garmin GNC 255A Nav Com

---------------- Narco Mk 12D Nav/Com

---------------- Garmin GTX 327 Transponder
The new Nav /Com, and to a lesser extent the new Transponder, have significantly more functionality than we had previously, and therefore more complexity for the user.

Pilots should familiarize themselves with the GNC 255A Pilots Guide and get a short session with a flight instructor prior to taking the aircraft solo.

Mike Butler gets his first look at the new avionics at the Trudeau Airport avionics shop.
Mike get's a check out on the new equipment from the Air Nav installation tech. Fortunately the tech guy thinks its funny too!

Then Mike flies LIN home and amazes all of the air traffic controllers, who keep asking is this really GLIN when they hear his 5 by 5 radio transmission and see his Mode C as bright as Santa's Sleigh !!