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MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION

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Becoming A Member - We're delighted with your interest to join

The 100MHFC is a non-profit and non-instructing organization and is comprised of a number of energetic volunteers who contribute towards the growth of the club.  The club consist of a range of people from active commercial pilots, to retired pilots as well as members of the general public with an interest in aviation.

Membership is both fun and rewarding!  The club meets at various times throughout the year for regular meetings and we also support our community through events such as the annual Junior Fly Day, where children are given the chance to experience their first flight in a small plane. 

 

The 100MHFC is the owner of 1971 Cessna 172  C-GICT and is available for rent to current members who have met all of the insurance and club requirements.

Yearly non-flying membership fees are $50/year. Effective January 1, 2024, a flying membership consists of an annual initiation fee of $300, due prior to flying the aircraft. The hourly wet rental rate is $170 for the first 10 hours and $150 thereafter. Payments are due on receipt of your monthly invoices and can be paid for via e-transfer or cheque. For more information, please contact our treasurer Ron Harrod.

New pilot requirements are a minimum of 250 hrs PIC, 25 hrs on make and model as well as a club check ride to satisfactory level.

Existing 100 Mile House Flying Club pilots have to meet Transport Canada currency requirements as well as the 100MHFC Insurance Company currency requirements of 10 hrs flight time in the previous 12 months.

Membership qualifications include a keen interest in aviation (you do not need to be a pilot) as well as showing a club-service attitude by being involved with club activities and tasks throughout the year.

A one year membership is required before you may exercise the right to vote.

Note: All membership applications are subject to the approval of the Board of Directors.

To join, please download and fill out the Membership Application and get in touch with one of the directors found on the Contact page. 

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