Soaring Association of Canada

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The Soaring Association of Canada (SAC) is the national association for glider pilots in Canada. It was founded in 1945 to promote, enhance and protect soaring in Canada. It provides a wide range of services to its members including:

  • Aircraft and airfield insurance plans
  • Instructors' courses,
  • Training manuals
  • Promotes the sport
  • Encourages competitions
  • Verifies badge claims
  • A bimonthly magazine, "Free Flight".

It also works with the aviation authorities on such issues:

  • Licencing
  • Medical requirements
  • Airspace
  • Communications
  • Aircraft certification
  • Technical issues

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