Our Aviation Club is likely one of the most friendly, relaxing places to fly in Canada. Set right in the heart of a corn field with clear approaches, roomy hangars, a cozy clubhouse and fantastic members, it appeals to everyone.
We are an active group of aviators who enjoy all things aviation. Our home is Woodstock Airport, a private field West of Woodstock, steeped in history.
Feel free to drop in for a visit and see our planes, talk with our pilots or just enjoy the interesting atmosphere at a grass strip airfield. We all love encouraging people of all ages to get involved in aviation.
The Woodstock Ontario Flying Club is an Ontario incorporated not-for-profit, member driven, volunteer-based organization which enjoys and promotes safe and healthy aviation in our community through knowledge, integrity and a passion for fun, economical flying. We stand together in aviation etiquette and safety, ensuring we all come home safely.
Safety First. Integrity. Volunteerism. Honesty. Sharing
We are proud to rename our airfield the "Norm Beckham/Bob Hewitt Field" in honour of our two Founding Fathers, Norm Beckham and Bob Hewitt. These fine gentlemen were instrumental in starting the WOFC in 1968. They were also the founders of the Canadian Harvard Aircraft Association in Tillsonburg Ontario, which started with one harvard in 1969 here in Woodstock. With grit and passion, legends were born.
Our bylaws can be reviewed on this pdf file.
Surface Grass with gravel centreline on East end
Overruns 100 foot both ends
Avco Lycoming engine with McCauley prop. The plane was repainted in 2010 with a white fuselage and wings, with gray and maroon accent stripes.
Audio upgraded in 2017. The original oil pressure and temperature gauges are inoperable and have been replaced by the dual type of gauge to their right.
Purchased by the club in 2020 after restoration. A classic 1946 tailwheel aircraft. Equipped with Skis for winter operations.
Leased by the club in July 2021 for advanced taildragger and aerobatic experiences. One of the first commerically produced aerobatic trainers built in 1968.