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Since 1930

Pakistan’s most trusted Flight Training Institution

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Walton Complex Rd E, Nishtar Town, Lahore, Punjab
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Since 1930

Welcome to Lahore Flying Club

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Student Pilot License

A student pilot certificate is issued to a pilot in training and is a pre-requisite for the student to fly alone in the aircraft, or solo.

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Private Pilot License

Holder of a private pilot license can fly US registered aircraft that meet the same aircraft category and class that their private pilot license designates.

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Commercial Pilot License

A commercial pilot license (CPL), is a qualification that permits the holder to act as a pilot of an aircraft and be paid for his/her work.

LET'S MEET

Become a Pilot

LFC has ensured its students the best learning experience by recruiting the well-educated and trained instructors along with the addition of high-end planes to its fleet.

Sir Anthony Chaudhry

He graduated as a pilot from Pakistan Air Force Academy, Risalpur then he joined the Junior Command and Staff course, P.A.F, Drigh Road in Karachi. During this time he becomes the Flying Instructor Course for P.A.F Academy. After a few years, he becomes a part of the Management Course for Junior Executives in the Pakistan Institute of Management in Lahore.

He got the Commercial Pilot’s License & Airline Transport Pilot’s License with Instrument and Flying Instructor’s Rating from Civil Aviation Authority in Pakistan.  He served for three years in the Emirates Air Force, with experience of training for holding higher flying and staff appointments.

He starts his journey with Lahore Flying Club in June 1990, as a Flight Instructor then he was appointed Chief Flying Instructor with Pakistan Aviators in Lahore – Then he came back in 19950 till September 1996 as a Chief Flying Instructor in LFC.

About 7150 hours on Cessna-150/152, Cessna-172, Cessna-180/185, Cessna-337, Cessna-310, Cessna-421, Islander BN-2A, of which 5315:35 hours are instructional flying on Cessna-150/152, Cessna-172, Cessna-337, Cessna-310 and Islander BN-2A.

From April 2004 till July 2015 held the appointment of Chief Flying Instructor with Lahore Flying Club. Total flying experience is about 10000/hours.

The last 18 years have been effectively involved in the management of the flying clubs including student pilots flying/ground training, planning, and coordination with different organizations for charter flights.

In October 2017, he become the Honorary Sectary of Lahore Flying Club.