Patiala Aviation Club (PAC) was established in 1962 by Punjab Government and was inaugurated by Late S Partap Singh Kairon, the then Chief Minister, Punjab. On April 01, 2015, PAC was subsumed by the Punjab State Civil Aviation Council (PSCAC) established by the State Government for promotion and co-ordination of aviation related training and education in the State of Punjab by unifying all resources, including technical and flying training, under one umbrella body for optimal utilization. PAC is located at a sprawling 250 acre campus which has also has well equipped Punjab Aircraft Maintenance College (PAMEC) imparting Diploma level program in aircraft maintenance and Punjab State Aeronautical Engineering College (PSAEC), a newly established institution running four year Degree level program in ‘Aeronautical Engineering’. PAC is providing flying training activities at Patiala and Amritsar bases. The FTO has a fleet of eight aircraft, out of which six are single engine while two are multi-engine aircraft. Out of six single-engine aircraft, two Cessna172S aircraft and two Cessna 152A aircraft are located at Patiala flying base. Also stationed at Patiala is Tecnam P2006T multi-engine aircraft. Amritsar flying base has two Cessna 172R single-engine aircraft and one Beach Baron G58 multi-engine aircraft. Both flying bases impart day/night VFR and IFR flying training. Read More ...