Founded in 1932, at Lexington field in North Waterloo, Waterloo Wellington Flight Centre (WWFC) is deeply rooted in the Waterloo region. With its beginnings as a flying club, WWFC has continued to grow over the years, including being the driving force behind the development of the Waterloo Airport in its current location in 1950.Is there a Flight Center at Waterloo Airport?
Originally known as the Kitchener Waterloo Flying Club, WWFC has grown from a small grass strip into a first class aviation facility. The flight centre is registered with the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, as a Private Career College. WWFC is located at the Waterloo Regional Airport (CYKF).Where can I get flight training in Ontario?
At Waterloo Wellington Flight Centre, we provide exceptional training programs for professional and private pilots. We are one of the largest and most experienced flight training centres in Canada. You can find us at the Region of Waterloo International Airport in Breslau, Ontario. We also offer a Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) program.How long does it take to become a pilot in Waterloo?
The Waterloo Wellington Flight Centre facility is designed for your advanced flight training needs. Waterloo Wellington Flight Centre offers various programs for students pursuing an Aviation Career as a Commercial Pilot. Students may choose between a 2 year Diploma program, or a 4 year Degree program.