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Our 1971 Cardinal 177B is perhaps the best...

Borden Flying Club

Up-to-date hangar facilitiesFederally incorporated in 1958 as the Centralia Flying Club, the BFC changed its name after relocating to CFB Borden in 1967. In the fall of 2004 the club moved to Lake Simcoe Regional Airport (CNB9) following Base Borden's decision to close the aerodrome and in March 2007 the club moved to its current home at Edenvale Aerodrome. The Borden Flying Club is open to everyone.

We have something to offer renters, owners and aviation enthusiasts alike. If you would like further information or are interested in becoming a member please contact us at [email protected]

Club News & Events

February Newsletter 2015

 

February Club Meeting

Thursday February 19th

Steve and Jamie BellFebruary's meeting is a combined effort, a cooperative presentation by four of our members. The subject for the meeting is Aircraft Projects Past and Present. Our presenters are Steve Bell, Paul Richardson, Steve Methot and Steve Haire. Each member will take the floor for 20-25 minutes to take us through at least one of their past or current build/restoration projects.

Project Night at Borden Flying Club

Carol Haire restoring a Fairchild 24RDo you have an airplane project on the go? Maybe you're building your own airplane in the basement? Perhaps you've restored a piece of aviation history putting it back in the air where it belongs. Well, we'd love to hear about it.

At the Borden Flying Club we're sure there's no shortage of technical skill and experience. We'd like to highlight several of our members devoting a Thursday meeting to focusing on their aviation projects. 

If you'd like to share your story through photos, videos and plane old hangar flying please drop me a line a.s.a.p. as I'm currently scouting around for meeting topics to carry us through the next few months. With a little coordination we can easily highlight 4 or 5 member projects, past and present, making it a great topic for a Thursday night meeting.

Anyone interested please send me, Steve Haire, a brief email with your availability and the topic and together we'll sort out the logistics. Thanks!

Night Flying Checkout

A reminder, as some late evening rentals have been booked on PDW recently.  The club does require members to complete a one-time night checkout with one of our check-pilots.  CNV8 is a relatively easy airport to operate within, however reduced visibility during night time will create some challenges with blackhole type of illusions.  Fly Safe!! 

Report a Snag

Complete the following form to report any snags.

Use this form to report aircraft discrepancies (SNAGs).

* Submitting this form will report the snag to the club's Person Responsible for Maintenance (PRM) who will then take appropriate action to rectify the problem.