Cape Town International Airport
Cape Town international airport was named Africa’s leading airport for the second consecutive year at the 25th world travel awards Africa and Indian ocean gala ceremony held at the Durban international convention centre last month.
Fisantekraal airfield is unique to the area in providing an excellent weather record, a safe learning environment and multiple runways at a location which allows immediate access to the General Flying Area (GFA) and Cape Town International Airport (CTIA) controlled airspace.
Situated adjacent to the N7 highway just outside Cape Town, Morningstar Airfield has been the home of the Morningstar Flying Club (MFC) (formerly the Western Cape Microlight Club) for more than 24 years. MFC is a registered non-profit company that leases the land from the City of Cape Town.
Stellenbosch Flying Club
Stellenbosch Flying Club was established on 17 September 1973 when Alan Stuart, who had been instructing out of Fisantekraal for the Western Province Flying Club and later his and his wife Mary’s company Air Services Stellenbosch, identified a need for instruction among student pilots in the Paarl, Wellington and Stellenbosch area.
Flights to Nowhere: The Piper in the fishing net
Will we ever understand the thoughts of another? The answer is mostly that it is impossible. Our thoughts are our own and our actions are mostly coupled with them. The riddle of this case involves strange telephone calls and the cities of Cape Town and Durban. Read the full story in the November edition…