Founded in 1932, at Lexington field in North Waterloo, the 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. In the early days, WWFC managed the airport for over 20 years. Today WWFC is proud to offer a state-of-the-art facility, is partnered with two prestigious post-secondary institutions – offering industry recognized training to individuals seeking a career in aviation and still strongly supports the general aviator. Waterloo Wellington is a not-for-profit corporation and is governed by an eight-member volunteer board of directors who oversee the long-term development and operation of WWFC and its programs.
WWFC’s Vision is to be the most respected flight school in Canada, providing excellence in training, equipment and facilities creating the highest degree of customer satisfaction and success.
Learn more about WWFC here.