Instructor Class: 2
Teaches: RPP, PPL, CPL, Night, IFR, Multi-Engine
 Peter Campbell comes to the Kingston Flying Club with a wealth of flying experiences and qualifications. Interestingly, Peter’s flying career began in Kingston some fifty years ago. He received his pilot training and achieved his PPL as a Royal Canadian Air Cadet through the RCAF Association Scholarship program when Wagner Aviation was training Air Cadets in the late 1960s and early 1970s. He went on to become a commercial pilot in the early days of the Seneca Aviation Flight Technology Program and then joined the Canadian Armed Forces in 1974.
He received his Jet Wings at Moose Jaw in 1976 and had a rich career as a jet and helicopter RCAF pilot. In the military Peter flew hundreds of missions as both a Tactical Helicopter Pilot and a Search and Rescue Mission Commander in Canada and overseas. He was also a Basic Helicopter Instructor Pilot at Portage, Manitoba. After a two-year tour as an Unmanned Aircraft Mission Commander in Afghanistan, he decided to leave the military service but chose to feed his thirst for flying by becoming a flight instructor at the Ottawa Flying Club. He taught there, both on the ground and in the air for over ten years, teaching PPL/CPL, Multi-engine and IFR programs and amassed thousands of flight training hours. He also taught aviation courses in the Algonquin College Aviation Management curriculum. During his last two years at OFC, he was the Chief Flying instructor and, for a period, the General Manager as well.
Peter comes to the Club with a Class 2 Instructor Rating that will be upgraded to a Class 1 in fall of 2021. He wants to re-establish a flight instructor school within the Flying Club and to serve the thirst for aviation knowledge and excellence in the Kingston region. Peter has been back to Kingston many times for professional and personal reasons since the 1970s and 1990s when he lived in Kingston Township. He now lives in nearby Prince Edward County and is a member of the Prince Edward Flying Club as well.


Instructor Class: 4
Teaches: RPP, PPL, CPL, Night


darryl brambilla

President, Kingston Flying Club

Darryl holds a private license, a night rating, and an over-the-top rating.

lorne judge


A retired firefighter-turned private pilot. His skills with a lawnmower or snowblower are unmatched.