Our services include the following, please send an email via the contact page if you require more information. Note Trecanair does not train ab-initio pilots; participants must hold a suitable licence to receive differences or revalidation training. However, I am available for ab-initio training in your aircraft or a club aircraft at the Cornwall Flying Club, Bodmin (see links). The Thruster TST is currently available for differences and revalidation training at £80 per hour with no additional costs such as landing fees. Instruction in your aircraft is £40 per hour. Licence revalidation paperwork is entirely free of charge. 


Current on BD700 (Global 5000 & 6000) and DHC8 (200,300 &Q400) as well as single and multi engine piston aircraft. Available for contract flying and instruction as required.


Tailwheel Training, using our Thruster TST or your aircraft if suitable.

All Differences Training on MEP, SEP aircraft and microlights:



VP Propeller

Retractable UC


Low Energy/Inertia Training using the Thruster TST or your aircraft if suitable. This is for pilots not needing any licence endorsement but requiring experience of flying ultralight (sub 450 kg) aircraft. This is particulalry relevant for those wishing to fly SSDR microlights.

Licence Revalidation (flights and licence / logbook signature for National licences as necessary). Licence signing is normally free of charge.

G-AEFT above cloud
Thruster TST at Trecangate Farm
Aeronca C2 G-ABHE


We specialise in SSDR (Single Seat Deregulated) ultralight engineering and also support the pre-war Aeronca C2, C3 and 100 aircraft. We have an extensive collection of original Aeronca drawings and can manufacture pattern parts as necessary, including gas welded structures. We can also make control and bracing wires using Nicopress fittings. We hold a stock of original and replacement Aeronca JAP engine parts. Technical material is usually provided free of charge in PDF format.

Please contact us if we can assist with your project.

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