Prince Edward Flying Club

"When you get into an airplane by yourself and take off, you find yourself in this lovely, three-dimensional world where you can go in any direction. There is no feeling any more exciting than that." (Gene Roddenberry)

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Prior Permission Required

    Quinte - Flight 53 (Prince Edward Flying Club) 

Picton Airport is a Prior Permission Required (PPR) airport. When flight planning, it's imperative that you contact Loch-Sloy Management: (613) 476-3064, available 24/7. Check NOTAMs for details. NOTEPPR is not required for fly-in events. No services are available at Prince Edward Flying Club or Picton Airport.  

How To Find Us!

Set your waypoints for the Prince Edward Flying Club:

Latitude (N): 43 59 21
Longitude (W): 77 08 21

 Airport Elevation:   465 ft

 Magnetic Variation:  12W


President's Blog

Vimy Flight, one of the highlights of our busy 2017

June 14, 2017

Well here we are in mid-June already, and our schedule of events is starting to take shape. The first being our Father's Day Fly-in on Sunday, June 18th. Hopefully the weather gods will cooperate and lots of pilots will enjoy our great Canadian breakfast.

Then, we have something a little different planned. We'll have our regular Canada Day barbie for Club members and their guests on July 3rd. However before that (likely earlier in the day), we will be visited by the Vimy Flight. This …

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Club News

See you Spring 2018 

Our COPA 53 fly-ins are now in hibernation but we'll resume these fun monthly events starting the second Sunday in April and every month onward until November. 

Just a reminder... All of our monthly fly-ins run from 8:00 to 10:30 am. and are $8 (cash only please).


TV coverage of 2017 Copa For Kids

Our annual COPA for Kids program continues to get bigger and better every year, and we typically have a waiting for young aviation buffs interested in participating in this free program. In 2017, a cameraman from Cogeco TV was on hand to capture the morning's activities. Click on the TV screen for the video link.
VIMY FLIGHT, a huge crowd-pleaser

Watch a short video of this event. Click on on the above banner

July 2017: They came in the hundreds... Visitors from as far away as Carlton Place stopped by Prince Edward Flying Club to see VIMY FLIGHT's WW1 biplane replicas. Part of the Birth of a Nation tour, the event drew even more people than expected, due to the Flight's change in scheduling.


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Visit our VIMY FLIGHT page dedicated to this terrific event.