Aeroklub Warszawski (Warsaw Aero Club), founded in October 1927 with the goal to promote and popularize air sports, flight trainings and recreational flying, offers its more than 800 members access to wide airplane fleet and brings together around 50 new student pilots starting their careers in aviation every year.
Aeroklub Warszawski runs its own flight school (ATO) and operates a wide range of popular GA aircrafts including several Cessna 150, 152 and 172 types. Its own EASA approved PART-145 Maintenance Organization and EASA approved Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization CAMO are used primarily to service and to maintain the Aeroklub Warszawski’s airplanes and gliders, as well as to offer these services to other clubs and private aircraft owners.
LOMA-AIR has always been the first choice of Aeroklub Warszawski for the overhaul of its engines. We value cooperation with LOMA-AIR, their professionalism and their 40 years’ experience. LOMA-AIR 's competitive advantages are complete aircraft engines overhaul and testing portfolio, wide range of manufacturers’ authorization, long-term experience, perfect quality, fast service and reasonable pricing.
Many engines overhauled at LOMA-AIR were afterwards installed at Aeroklub Warszawski’s EASA approved PART-145 Maintenance Organization and flew safely thousands of hours.
We welcomed the opening of the LOMA-AIR office in Warsaw in 2019 and are pleased having a reliable Partner next door!
Rafal Woznicki – President of Warsaw Aero Club.