The Recreational Flying Company

Flight Training comes to Watts Bridge

Watts Bridge is proud to announce that The Recreational Flying Company, a professional RA-Aus flight training facility based at Gympie has opened a satellite flying school right here at the airfield.

The Recreational Flying Company offers a full range of training and associated aviation services including abinitio training, BFR's for both RA-Aus and GA pilots, advanced flight training, various endorsements, trial instructional flights and the like.

The flying school operates on every second Sunday commencing on the 7th October 2012. The primary aircraft to be utilized will be the Foxbat A22LS and a Senior Instructor will be available for all training.

Prior bookings are essential and can be made on 0405-829-996 or by emailing
For more info on The Recreational Flying Company visit their website at

Story Update - 20th July 2013

As of 20th July 2013 the Recreational Flying Company shall no longer be operating at Watts Bridge.
The RFC can still be contacted at the website and email address above.

View of the airfeild from the junction of the runways

Gee - The Airfield's Looking Good At Present !!

And that's due to the great effort put in by the volunteer mowing and maintenance brigade. And of course it's spring and we've had a few light showers which greens the whole place up wonderfully. So if you haven't flown, driven or hitch-hiked your way to Watts of late, maybe now is the time to come and experience the airfield at its best!!

Gathering of Eagles - Australia

25th August 2012

For as long as anyone can remember there has always been an August flying event at Watts Bridge. And building on that tradition is the Gathering of Eagles - Australia, with no greater aim than to celebrate the Freedom of Flight. Pilots of all aircraft types rallied to the call with in excess of 50 aircraft in attendance.

General Aviation and Recreational Aviation were in abundance with an excellent roll up by the vintage aircraft such as the venerable Tiger Moth and Auster. Also on show for the first time was the long awaited Sopwith Pup replica which is nearing completion and several other recent completions or restorations.

The good news is that the All-In Fly-In and the Gathering of Eagles are already in the planning stages for 2013, so continue to monitor the Watts Bridge Calendar of Events for all the announcements.

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PO Box 98, Toogoolawah, Queensland, 4313, Australia

Phone: 0427 699 239 

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