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MFC Training Announces Return to Happy Valley-Goose Bay Labrador for 2022

The return of the seasonal base at Happy Valley-Goose Bay delivers world-class flight training opportunities for Northern Canadians

Moncton, New Brunswick – March 14, 2022 – MFC Training, Canada’s largest professional flight school is pleased to announce the return of its seasonal flight school to Goose Bay Airport for 2022. Building on the success of last year’s inaugural class MFC Training will offer numerous modular training programs, providing future pilots from the Canadian north with even more access to world-class training options. 

MFC Training is committed to offering its full-service, world-class training options to Happy Valley-Goose Bay. For more information or to express your interest in the program, please visit:

Training operations will start May 16th and will be available through to September 16th with two full-time instructors, a supervisory instructor, and two Diamond DA-20 aircraft. Training options will include obtaining a Private Pilot Licence, getting a night rating, or starting on a path towards a full Commercial Pilot Licence. 

“We are proud to return to Happy Valley-Goose Bay for 2022 with a wide range of training options for prospective students,” said Blair Springate, Vice President of Training at MFC Training. “We are also excited to see familiar faces return as last year’s students continue their flight training.”

About MFC Training

MFC Training first left the ground in 1929 as the Moncton Flying Club and has since grown to become the largest and most experienced flight training school in Canada. MFC Training graduates over 350 or more fully trained commercial pilots every year for many of the world’s airlines. MFC Training Campus(s) provides all levels of pilot training for both domestic and international markets From Recreational Pilot Permits through to our Professional Commercial Pilot and Instructor Programs, MFC Training is able to meet your training needs with a fleet of over 55 aircraft.

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