Happy Deepawali 2021!
Happy Deepawali 2021!
Lycoming Engine for 9M-SFC arrival at SFC/LLA hangar - 22July2021
Lycoming Engine for 9M-SFC arrival at SFC/LLA hangar - 22July2021
Kotobian Tadau Tagazo Do Kaamatan 2021
Kotobian Tadau Tagazo Do Kaamatan 2021
Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri 2021
Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri 2021
Happy Labor Day 2021!
Happy Labor Day 2021!
Happy Easter 2021!
Happy Easter 2021!
Gong Zi Fa Cai 2021!
Gong Zi Fa Cai 2021!
MEMBERS FLYING MEMBERS PROGRAMME
MEMBERS FLYING MEMBERS PROGRAMME
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year
SFC Fun Ride 2020
SFC Fun Ride 2020
General Committee 2020-2021
General Committee 2020-2021
SFC COVID 19 SOP PROTOCOL
SFC COVID 19 SOP PROTOCOL
Daily Express News article 25 April 2019
Daily Express News article 25 April 2019
Sabah Flying Club Conducts Course
Sabah Times News article 23 April 2019
Sabah Times News article 23 April 2019
Sabah Flying Club Still Up and Running
Borneo Post News Article 29 March 2019
Borneo Post News Article 29 March 2019
Sabah Flying Club New Committee 2019-2020
9M-AZP cleanup day Oct2013
9M-AZP cleanup day Oct2013
Clean up of 9M-AZP
Kudat Joyride 2011
Kudat Joyride 2011
SFC-LLA-DCA Kudat Joyride in 2011

Condolences to Capt. Soony Ho & Family

From: The General Committee, Staff & Members of the Sabah Flying Club.

COVID-19 VACCINATION PROCEDURES FOR AVIATION PERSONNEL – CAAM

Postponement of Members Flying Members Programme

With regret, Members Flying Members Program is postponed indefinitely due to the Covid 19 pandemic SOP protocol restrictions.  

Gong Zi Fa Cai 2021!

Member’s Newsletter 13 January 2021

The General Committee is pleased to announce that all members of the Sabah Flying Club will enjoy a 20% discount on food and beverage (F&B) at the BC Bistro, Sadong Jaya. Please present your SFC membership card to the Bistro staff to enjoy this benefit.    

Suspension of Members Flying Members Programme

With regret, Members Flying Members Program is now suspended until 26/1/2021 due to the announcement of Covid 19 pandemic SOP protocol restrictions today (11 Jan 2021).

MEMBERS FLYING MEMBERS PROGRAMME

SABAH FLYING CLUB MEMBERS FLYING MEMBERS PROGRAMME   All MEMBERS of the Sabah Flying Club are invited to participate in this program. Activity on Saturday and Sunday only. 1 X circuit and landing at Kota Kinabalu International Airport  (KKIA).  How: Booking to be made 1 week before flight subject to weather conditions. Who to contact: Sabah Flying Club Flight Operations Officer, Mr. Dayaa Ramanaa Tel No.: 088-484 049 Please kindly comply with all CoVid 19 SOP protocols. Subject to first come, first serve basis. 🛩️🛩️ SEE YOU THEN 🛩️🛩️

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

Bicycle crash incident (shared experience)

Most cars going into a roundabout will concentrate on the right and will be looking for cars before entering. They will not look left and you might be there to the left in front of them. Good drivers are like pilots..look right look left and then right again before the next manoeuvre.     Oops is where I got hit. White car is going on to Imago. The car that hit me turned left to Karamunsing across the blue cycling lane after entering the roundabout and hit me from the rear starboard quarter. Situational awareness was important and as I saw the car coming at me, I jumped from my bicycle leaving the car to hit my bicycle. My bicycle was under the front bumper and I was at the side of the car. Only damage was a dislodged chain. No other damage or injury. However from now on, we will need an SOP for entering roundabouts. Perhaps walk the bike across. This is defensive cycling because motorists are not always mindful of cyclists. This is the first NOTAC (Notice to Airmen Cyclists).

General Cycling Info for Kota Kinabalu, Sabah

In the city, cycle on the blue cycling lane as much as possible to be on the right side of the law. Of course there are inconsiderate motorists who park on the blue cycling lane.     1.    Cycling tracks are shared with joggers. They may be jogging on the cycling side. Its okay to share the track with them but ring your bike bell (mandatory equipment by law).   2.    Be careful of fallen coconut fronds.   3.    Be careful at road crossings. Cars have the right of way. The bollards are there for a reason.   4.  Be careful especially along the Imago stretch. There are low overhanging trees . The branches can whip your head. If in a group, signal cyclists behind you by gesturing over your helmet.   5.  Some parts of the tracks have tree root outcrops. This is hazardous at night and can throw you off balance resulting in a fall. This is adjacent to SOCSO building. Gesture to cyclists behind you by pointing downwards.