Youth Flight Camp
Youth Camp 2021 – Cancelled
It is with much regret, that the Brampton Flight Centre has decided that the Youth and Kids Camps will be cancelled for the summer of 2021. We have plans to offer the Youth and Kids Camp once again in the summer of 2022. The Brampton Flight Centre (BFC) has proudly served the local community for 70 years. Through the Youth Flight Camps, we hope to foster a stronger connection with the surrounding area, and to introduce a new generation to the exciting world of aviation. Our program has been tailored to engage students at a level appropriate to their age, and to show them all the challenge and excitement that flying has to offer, from general to commercial aviation. This includes actual flight training with certified instructors and various other activities combining fun and adventure around the Brampton airport.
If you have any comments, inquires or would like to join our mailing list so that you can be advised of any upcoming events feel free to email [email protected] or call 905-838-1400 ext 0 or ext 228.
The Flight Training Office
905-838-1400 ext 228
Applications – are currently not being accepted due to COVID restrictions
Deposit: Kids Camp Deposit
Application Form: Kid Camp Application
Once form is completed please return it by email to [email protected] or drop it off at Brampton Flight Centre Flight Training Administration.
Youth Flight Camp Outline
This unique five day camp program will introduce youth, ages 9 – 16, to the wonderful world of flight. This includes flight theory, airmanship, aircraft systems, etc. Camps run from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm.
Cost: $825.00 +HST
Introduction to Ground School
- Theory of Flight (how the airplane flies)
- Engines and Airframes (how the airplane is built)
- Radio Theory (how we talk to people in airplanes)
- Meteorology (weather)
Preparatory Ground Instruction and In-Flight Lessons
- Attitudes and movements
- Straight and level flight
- Climbs and descents
- Take-offs and landings
- Radio procedures
- Introduction to Navigation
Flight Training Totals
- Approximately 10 hours of ground school and preparatory ground instruction
- 1 hour of simulator time between our full motion Red Bird Simulator (FMX) and 170 degree wrap around visual Frasca F142
- 5 flight hours in Cessna aircraft, approximately 2 hours in the front seat
- Brampton Airport clubhouse, ramp and maintenance hangars
- WWI Great War Flying Museum
- Recreational Aircraft Association of Canada (RAA)
- Aviation related scientific experiments
- UAV demonstration
- Aviation movie and slide show
- Aviation history in Canada
- Paper plane contest
Introduction to BFC and the Flight Camp Programs
The Brampton Flight Centre is owned and operated by the Brampton Flying Club (BFC). BFC is a certified Air Operator, with capabilities in flight training, air taxi, and banner towing. BFC is also an Approved Maintenance Organization (AMO) to meet the needs of the Air Operator, the Club members and other transient aircraft.
Within the flight-training program there are options for obtaining a recreational, private, and commercial pilot licence. There are also options for night and instrument ratings. The Brampton Flight College is an integral part of BFC and permits career-minded students to receive specific industry training towards possibilities as a commercial pilot.
BFC owns and operates over 20 aircraft in support of its flight training programs. Our aircraft fleet are mostly comprised of the 4-seat Cessna 172 aircraft . There is also a Bellanca 7ECA (Citabria), which is also a single engine, 2-seat aircraft but has a tail wheel configuration whereas all of the others are tricycle gear. The three 4-seat twin aircraft are primarily used for advanced commercial training.
BFC has 2 Flight Training Devices (Simulators). The Frasca is an enclosed cockpit Flight Training Device (FTD) with a 170 degree wrap around visual system. Though this unit is fixed it induces a feeling of flight through the wrap around visuals. It is a Transport Canada certified Level 2 FTD allowing flight training credits in the PPL, CPL, IFR, and Flight Instructor training programs. The Red Bird is an enclosed cockpit FTD with 200 degree wrap-around visuals. This unit has full motion and induces a realistic but not overbearing sensation of flight. It is a Transport Canada certified Level 2 FTD allowing flight training credits in the PPL, CPL, IFR, and Flight Instructor training programs.
Once you are enrolled in the Youth Flight Camp, you are issued a Pilot Training Record to authenticate the completion of your flight camp training. You will also receive a camp tee shirt!
Thank you for considering the Flight Camp experience at Brampton Flying Club. We hope that our trained personnel are able to provide you with a great time of learning along with a great time with new friends.