Don't forget PPR at ILAS field
Airfield Coordinator Aidan Power reports that he was able to cut the grass on the runway yesterday 26th Feb and that the surface is firm and usable at the moment with caution, given that some rain is forecast over the coming weekend.
Accordingly, it is considered prudent that visiting pilots are advised that strict PPR from Aidan is required at this early stage as conditions can change from day to day and many will be aware that the surface can be greasy after rain, particularly at the beginning & towards the end of the flying season.
Contact Aidan here: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org or on 087 6765207
Welcome to the website of ILAS, the Irish Light Aviation Society.
ILAS represents pilots and builders/restorers of light aircraft that operate under a 'permit to fly'.
Our members build their own aircraft from kits or plans and restore classic and vintage aircraft. They fly their aircraft across Ireland and tour overseas. They also engage in Aerobatics.
ILAS operates a system of initial and ongoing airworthiness inspection for our fleet as well as supervising homebuild and restoration projects, under a delegation from the Irish Aviation Authority
Fly the Condor
The Rollason Condor EI-BDX is a bequest by former member Brian Douglas RIP and has been made available for the use of all ILAS members through its new owners, the Condor Trust. Members can sign up to use it for flight training or simply to maintain currency. It operates from ILAS field (EIIF) in Taghmon, Wexford.
Visit ILAS Field (EIIF)
"ILAS field" is the airfield operated by ILAS at Taghmon, County Wexford. There is a clubhouse at the field, where the kettle is never far from the boil. Wexford Flying Club provide training at EIIF using the Condor and a Motorfalke touring motor glider. All are welcome to visit with prior permission from the Airfield Co-ordinator Aidan Power on 087 676 5207 and email@example.com
Explore Permit Aviation
Permit aviation is the gateway to lower cost flying. The key feature is that the pilot/owner of permit type aircraft takes full legal responsibility for the airworthiness of their aircraft and in return can do far more of their own maintenance, even building the aircraft from scratch or restoring an un-airworthy aircraft.