Open House 2015 Brings the Community to Enterprise Hangar
Our Open House event, held on September 26th in conjunction with the airports Open Doors Oshawa event, was a great success. Great weather, good music courtesy of Marty and the Mojos, fun and games, BBQ, and lots and lots of flying - pretty much a perfect day!
Thanks to all of the volunteers that helped out during the day, particularly the 2 Vandenbos air cadets.
Congratulations to the following pilots on their latest acheviements:
Quinn Wilson – Multi Flight test passed
Kyle Big Canoe – Multi flight test passed
Cullen Burchartz – Multi Flight test passed
Eric Beck – PPL licence completed
Bob Verwey – PPL Licence completed
David Goodwin – PPL Licence completed
Join the DFC Breakfast Club!
We recently introduced an offer of a free breakfast to thank our renters and students - we've termed this the "DFC Breakfast Club" promo. With the rental of any DFC aircraft between 7 am and 11 am (start time) on any day of the week the school will provide the renter / student a free breakfast in the form of a $10 McDonald's gift card. Yes, the cards are good at other times of the day if breakfast isn't your thing!
Book a morning flight sometime soon and enjoy a breakfast on us. This is a limited time offer and may expire without notice.
So get cracking!
Minacs Flight Training Scholarship Winner Announced
Congratulations to Raquel M. who was selected to be the recipient of the $2,000 female pilot flight training scholarship generously provided by Minacs, and also to Mary B. who was first runner-up and received a $200 certificate for ground school courtesy of Durham Flight Centre. Raquel and Mary were two of five finalists in the contest that was announced at the Women Of Aviation Worldwide Girls Take Flight event held at Enterprise Airlines hangar in March. All five finalists recently had the opportunity to train in our Redbird and to do a dual flight in a C-172. The enthusiasm of the finalists for flying was awesome to see and we wish all of them the very best.
Raquel M. and Mary B. at the controls of the C-172