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OPENING HOURS

Local: Saturday to Thursday: 9am - 6pm

Zulu: Saturday to Thursday: 0600 - 1500

SERVING THE QATAR COMMUNITY SINCE 2008

Started as a hobby...then a dream come true among young Qataris who shared the same passion of flying the skies.

OUR SERVICES

- Discovery flights

- Aircraft rental

- Aircraft basic handling

- Aviation Fuel (Avgas & Mogas)

- Flight support (State of Qatar)

- Aircraft hangars

- Flight planning to and from Qatar

- Flight training (coming soon)

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Al Khor Airfield

Al Khor, Qatar

© 2019 by Joris Deckers

OUR FLEET

Piper Archer 2

The Archers are tame, docile creatures with unremarkable handling characteristics. The stall is almost a nonevent, and these airplanes take a lot of provoking to spin. Many pilots feel that Archers are easy airplanes to consistently land well. They handle crosswinds with minimal fuss and minimal footwork, and make you look good in front of passengers and airport gawkers alike.

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Tecnam P2002JF

The Tecnam P2002 JF is a low wing, two place, single engine airplane equipped with tricycle landing gear. But is not only that. The P2002 JF is the plane for flying with a style, enjoying beauty inside and outside. 568NM maximum range, 112 kts maximum cruising speed and 4.5 USG/h.

Tecnam Sport P92 classic

The Tecnam P92 Light is a high wing, two place, single engine light airplane equipped with tricycle landing gear. But is not only that. The P92 Light is the plane that gave wings to thousands of pilots. Performance is 270NM maximum range, 103 kts maximum cruising speed and 4.5 USG/h. Here's a video to it in action.

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AutoGyro gyro plane

The gyroplane flies with very special and unique characteristics, making it one of the most secure aircrafts ever. In comparison to fixed-wing aircrafts they have the following benefits; no stalling, no tailspin, minimum takeoff distances (10 to 70m), practically no landing distance required, extreme low speed possible, minimal set-up times