International Fellowship of Flying Rotarians
Australian IFFR Section
Welcome to the International Fellowship of Flying Rotarians Australian IFFR Section
We are dedicated to promoting Rotary and aviation as an opportunity for fellowship and service.
The International Fellowship of Flying Rotarians (“IFFR”) are a group of Rotarians dedicated to promoting Rotary and aviation as an opportunity for fellowship and service. Put simply, IFFR members are part of Rotary International who have a common interest in aviation. IFFR operates in accordance with Rotary International policy, but is not an agency of, nor controlled by Rotary International.
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IFFR is one the largest, longest-established and active Rotary Fellowships, with members all around the world. If you are a Rotarian with an interest in aviation, you don't need to be a pilot or an aircraft owner.
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After landing in Darwin and Cairns N732WP is presently in Toowoomba Australia undergoing maintenance prior to its next big flight, journeying across the Pacific to home to Cedar Rapids! ONE ENGINE, TWO PILOTS AND A 2:1 DONATION GATE FOUNDATION MATCH Peter Teahen and John Ockenfels are raising awareness for polio eradication by piloting a single engine […]
On the 21st May ‘23 I practiced a few engine failures after take-off, flapless circuits, glide approaches and consolidated the general technique that is operating in the circuit area. My instructor was very impressed and assessed me as ‘solo standard’ in the C172. So, my next lesson, booked in for the 3rd of June, will […]