Learning to Fly at Redhill
There are several companies based at Redhill who are able to offer a range of flying training courses (PPL, CPL, Flying Instructor, Instrument and Night Flying) on both fixed-wing and helicopters.
Cubair Flight Training - based in Hangar 8 Cubair operate modern Diamond DA20 Katana, Diamond DA40 Star aircraft alongside a Cessna 172, a GA7 Couger, a Piper PA28 and a Piper PA18 Cub. Contact Cubair on 01737 822124 or visit their website Cubair for details.
Harvard Aviation - based in Aero 16, opposite Bristow Helicopters, Harvard operate a fleet of Cessna 152, Cessna 172 and Piper PA28 aircraft. They also have an aircraft simulator on which instrument training can be undertaken. Contact Harvard on 01737 823001 or visit their website Harvard for details.
Redhill Aviation - based in the Old Main Block Redhill Aviation has a fleet of Cessna 152 aircraft and a Piper PA28-181 training aircraft which they operate alongside Piper PA34 Seneca and Piper PA31 Chieftain aircraft used for charter work. Contact Redhill Aviation on 01737 822959 or visit their website Redhill Aviation for details.
Redhill Sport Flyers - This small friendly club operates Ikarus C42 small light aircraft from their office on the first floor of Aero 16. Contact Redhill Sport Flyers on 07919 850253 or visit their website Redhill Sport Flyers for details.
EBG Helicopters - based in Hanger 1 operate the Cabri G2, Robinson R22 and R44 helicopters together with a Eurocopter EC120. A full range of training packages are available along with charter and London sight-seeing flights. Telephone 01737 823282 or visit the website EBG Helicopters for more details. EBG can also offer a sales and maintenance service through EBG Sales and Maintenance based in Hangar 6.
pmFlight - based in Aero 14, Entrance B off Kings Mill Lane, pmFlight offers bespoke training on fixed based flight simulators. Facilities include a dedicated briefing area, simulator room, UPS back-up generator and air conditioning. The simulators can be configured to represent the most common aircraft used in commercial aviation today. Full details can be found on their website pm Flight.