Just a few more days until our Open Day! 🎉
If you want to make flying your profession or simply want to fly for fun, join us at our Open Day THIS Saturday, 26 May 2018 to experience our training centre and facilities first-hand and meet with our instructors and students. Entrance is free. Our Open Day is aimed at providing more insight and information to aspiring pilots of all ages. For anyone eager to experience the magic of flight, we have introductory flights and sessions in our state-of-the-art flight simulator available. Please RSVP by emailing your name to email@example.com. Alternatively, you can call 012 543 1929. We can't wait to see you!✈️ #avgeek#aviation#pilot#pilotlife#learntofly#flightschool#southafrica
✈️INTRODUCING SFC STUDENT RAFAEL✈️
I have been with SFC since February 2018, starting my CPL course. I enjoy coming to the airport everyday, studying and spending time with the instructors and our peers each day. SFC has such a great community vibe. As everyone comes from various sectors of Aviation, you really learn a lot. It is great to soak up the knowledge of instructors, learn from their experiences and the tricks of the trade. At SFC the superior level of education and encouragement from the community, continues to motivate me throughout all areas of study.
My future plans is to start off as an instructor and give back to aviation students as my instructors have done for me. This is my second flying school Ð seeing the passion that they have has instilled the same passion in me to pass that on to future students. The college motto ‘a passion for flying’ will be able to live on in future aviation students to come. I also look forward to flying my favourite aircraft the Boeing777300ER someday. .
Here’s Teesha giving the class over the weekend the chance to spread their wings and fly 🦋
If you missed the chance to try Aerial Yoga in Toowoomba there’s a few spaces still available in the June sessions, but be sure to book!: 🦋
🦋Thursday 14th June 6:45pm 🦋
🦋Saturday 16th June 8:15am 🦋
🦋$25, or $15 for members 🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋
Help heal our hero!
Our girl is brave, she is strong, she is fighting, and she fiercely needs our help. GO FUND ME LINK IN BIO #BluehairICare
Read some of her story below.
WE LOVE YOU EMILY!!!!
Emily was involved in a skydiving accident on November 26th, 2017. She was an instructor on an accelerated free fall level 1 jump. The jump did not go as was planned and practiced on the ground. Emily chased the student through the student’s normal pull altitude, putting aside her safety, catching and deploying their parachute for them around 2,200 feet. Once she was clear of her student, Emily deployed her own parachute. As her main opened, her automatic activation device deployed her reserve also. At approximately 500 feet Emily had two parachutes in a biplane configuration. Between 100 and 200 feet above the ground the parachutes began to separate. She attempted to keep the parachutes above her head as much as possible. Emily impacted the ground about half a mile west-northwest of the drop zone (DZ) on a rocky hillside.
While all of her fractured bones have healed, or are almost fully healed, her brain is struggling. Her traumatic brain injury has escalated to a point which is no longer manageable in the comfort of her own home with her husband taking care of her. She is both confused and combative. We ask that everyone comes together as a community to help get her the care that her brain needs. In order for her brain to get the proper care it needs to heal, she will need to be in a 24 hour care facility which specializes in traumatic brain injuries as well as cognitive and behavioral therapies.
I feel like a kid at school again. Everyday working on @feedsauce learning things I never knew before, studying the game around me, being mentored by those I look up to and just learning to BE. This type of school you never graduate from because the learning never stops. #schooloflife#business#learntofly
Thank you to my brother @jcson1982 for posting this clip of my son flying the friendly skies with Young Eagles on Sunday May 20th 2018. First logged flight and a start towards his future career. Exciting!