Waterloo Wellington Flight Centre

Waterloo Wellington Flight Centre, Fountain Street North, Breslau, ON, Canada

30 Aircraft non-profit Flight School founded in 1932 part of University of Waterloo and considered to be one of the top flight schools in Canada


Private Pilot License, Commercial Pilot License, Instrument Rating, Multi Engine, Flight Instructor course

International Students


Aircraft fleet number


Aircraft fleet

7 Cessna 152, 2 Cessna 172, 12 Cessna 172S, 1 Cessna 172S G1000, 2 Cessna RG, 2 Diamond DA40, 2 Piper PA28R and PA44


1x ALSIM ALX and 1x ALSIM 250


Transport Canada and Quebec Ministry of Education

Entry Requirements

Minimum 17 years old and English ICAO Level 4 or Higher

Located at the Waterloo Regional International Airport, the Waterloo Wellington Flight Centre (WWFC) was established in 1932 as a non-profit organization. WWFC is considered to be one of the top flight schools in Canada. The flight centre has a large group of qualified flight instructors, and operates a fleet of 29 aircraft, including Cessna, Diamond, and Piper. 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 both Canadian and international students seeking a career in aviation.

Pilot Training Courses offered:
  • Modular Pilot Training courses (Private Pilot License, Night Rating, Commercial Pilot License, Multi-Engine Rating, Instrument Rating, Flight Instructor Rating)
  • Integrated Commercial Pilot License course
  • Airline Transport Pilot License course (Integrated ATPL program is to prepare students without previous flight experience for an airline career track in an accelerated manner [18 months])

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