Luoyang Flight College
(LFC) of Civil Aviation Flight University of China (CAFUC), 10 kilometers
away from Luoyang City, Henan Province, is one of the four flight
colleges of CAFUC. It is specialized in pilot training and known
as the ¡°Cradle of Pilots¡± in China.
Established in 1963, LFC has trained pilots in
10 types of aircraft. By the end of 2005, LFC had trained 4700 student
pilots with 456,000 flight hours, and 146,000 times of safe takeoff
and landing. LFC has kept a flight safety record of 42 years and
been granted as a ¡°Pacesetter of Safety Flying¡±.
The runway in Luoyang Airport is designed by 4D
grade, and incorporated with Precision Approach Category¢ñ.It can
be used to take off and touch down for various plane models, including
Boeing 757. The apron can hold about 10 planes at the same time.
Luoyang airport has opened both domestic and international flights.
2005 has witnessed 150,000 throughout of passenger break, the highest
record since its opening.
LFC consists of 39 aircraft: two Y7-100 made in
China, two CJ-1 advanced trainers made in America, six Cessna 172R
trainers, five Seminole secondary trainers with an accessory simulator,
twenty TB20 and TB200 with 3 accessory simulators. To meet the requirements
of the flight training, LFC is to introduce LE-500 and other types
LFC also offers specialized license program for
individuals including both private pilot license (PPL) and commercial
pilot license (CPL). Additionally, LFC provides flight training
for those who has already have the basic flying license and needs
to increase flying-hour, change airplane type, and improve the grade
of the pilot license.
LFC welcome student pilot and flight crew to join