The Warsaw Flying Club made an early morning trip from the Warsaw Municipal Airport to the the northwest corner of the downtown square at Lake and Main streets today. The purpose of the trip was to bring the airplane into position for this afternoon’s First Friday event.
The Flying Club is promoting its Summer Camp for teens July 8-1. The cost of this camp starts at $249 and includes 4 hours of ground school and culminates with a 30- to 40-minute Discovery Flight where the student will take their first flight lesson.
Running concurrently is WFC’s Summer Adventure, which includes all Summer Camp activities, but includes flight lessons every day. The Summer Adventure is not age-limited, but if the student is 16 or older, their Summer Adventure has the option to end with their first solo.
But the biggest adventure of them all is what they call the Epic Summer, also running concurrently with the other two camps, but lasts four weeks long. The student completes the ground school, flight lessons to solo, completes his or her first solo (if they are at least 16), and completes the flight training to get their Private Pilot license, and can include the check ride to receive their license if they are at least 17 years old by the middle of August.
For more information, visit the club’s website to receive more information or call Jon Fussle at 574-904-1256.