Morbi in sem
There are many chances to go flying in the RAFAC. For example the most common opportunity that a cadet will receive is to go to an RAF base for the morning or afternoon and have a Air Experience Flight (AEF). For those who are interested in taking their flying to the next level, there are scholarships that a cadet may apply for. These range from taking the next steps in your flying training, to being able to fly an aircraft by yourself and then finally, completing your Private Pilot's License (PPL).
Morbi in sem
Within the RAFAC a cadet can learn to fly in a glider as well as a powered aircraft. This is a completely different experience to Air Experience Flights (AEF), due to spending a whole day there that includes having some ground training and helping to run the day. A cadet will help to attach cables to the gliders,make sure the airfield is safe for the gliders as well as help to clean the gliders at the end of the day. A cadet my progress through many different cadet gliding qualifications, which include being able to fly the glider solo. At the highest qualification, a cadet may be able to take fellow cadets up into the air and teach the basic lessons of flight in a glider.