Light aircraft or leisure
In an exceptional setting, at the foot of the Alps, with a breath-taking view over the Belledone Range, take flight to practice or learn how to fly on different aircraft types, including tourist flights, ultra-light aircrafts or parachuting.
Dauphiné Flying Club
Dauphiné Flying Club is one of the largest flying clubs with around 600 members sharing some 30 aircraft. The Grenoble-Isère platform has four aircraft (two instruction aircraft, one charter aircraft and a mountain rescue aircraft) which are maintained by the certified flying club in Versoud.
A team of instructors offer many forms of training and instructions (pilots licence, "Mountain" flying licence, first flight, initiation flight, club outings across France).
Other flying platforms offered by the Club: Grenoble Le Versoud, Alpe d’Huez and Courchevel
Tel.: +33 (0)4 74 84 65 17
Voltitude, Grenoble Isère light aircraft flying centre
This professional pilot school will allow you to learn light aircraft flying techniques on gyroplanes and multiaxes planes. The region has many possibilities for flying, notably with discovery of flying in the mountains. Various training programmes are offered: first flights, flying a multiaxe and gyroplane, radio qualifications, passenger flights.
Tel. +33 (0)6 74 94 51 86
Grenoble Parachuting School
The Paraclub offers parachuting and skydiving with a first jump (tandem jumps, dual parachuting with an instructor). There are various training programmes on offer depending on your desired discipline thanks to a highly-attentive educational team.
Tel. +33 (0)4 74 54 71 27
Regional Aeronautical Committee
This committee was established pursuant to the 1901 Act and is affiliated to the French Aeronautical Federation and brings together various flying clubs located in the Rhône Alpes region.