• Introducing Air Club Virtual Bush Flying Community

    Announcing Bush Flying Community.

    Where flying is nothing better than adventure in the virtual skies, bush flying at its best with a new adventure every month, along with some group flights, in areas of the world that would blow your mind.

    Flying with all kinds of prop aircraft from the C172 to the DC-3, and even the old warbirds, we fly and land on airfields that would challenge any pilot.

    Flying at Air Club Virtual is like going to your local flying club, and having an afternoon of great flying with your friends.

    At Air Club Virtual we believe in flying the right way and we are even willing to train you new, through our own flight school, with ATC.

    We are working on some great ideas in including an air parks that is currently in the works, we even have a custom paint, and yes you can request your own custom paint from the paint shop.

    Come and join a real flying community and have some great fun at AirClubVirtual.com.

    Brett Banks - ACV001
    [email protected]
    Owner - AirClubVirtual.com


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