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Point Cook Flying Club (PCFC), was founded in the mid 1970s by a group of Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) personnel with an interest in recreational flying.

Initially membership in PCFC was generally limited to serving and retired military personnel.  PCFC is now a civillian entity with membership open to both services personnel and the public.

PCFC is a not-for-profit organisation that exists to provide a venue, facilities for pilots, together with their families and friends to gather and share aviation experiences.  PCFC also has three Club aircraft online and available for members to hire at very attractive rates.

The Club has no paid staff, and is run by its members for members nad is now loacted at Bacchus Marsh Airfield.

Flying Member


Flying members must have a minimum of a Recreational Pilot Licence (or equivalent).

Flying members may hire PCFC aircraft after either meeting the minimum hours on-type requirement for the aircraft being hired or having been assessed by an appropriate member as being safe on the type of aircraft being hired.

Further, flying members may be members of the PCFC committee and have full voting rights.

Spouses of flying members are entitled to join the club for a nominal fee of $10 per year (which includes a base pass if requested), and children (16 years and younger) of flying members are entitled to complementary junior membership.

Social Member


Per year

Social members are those members that are not yet students or do not intend to obtain a flying licence but wish to gather and converse with other club members in the field of aviation.

Social members can be a member of the committee but do not have full voting rights.

Junior Member


Per year

Junior members are 16 years of age or younger.

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