Mid Anglia Microlights Recreational Flying Group

We are often asked “What do I do once I have my license?” One answer is to join the MAMRFG (Mid Anglia Microlights Recreational Flying Group) and fly one of our modern well-appointed aircraft.

The MAMRFG currently comprises:

Comco Ikarus C42A G-MAMM

G-MAMM is a C42A, equipped with an 80hp Rotax 912, strobe and transponder.

Photo by kind permission of John Bilcliffe

P&M GTR Explorer G-CHFU

The 100HP Rotax 912 engined GTR Explorer offers a significant improvement in specification and performance over our training GT450 aircraft G-CENV.

Both aircraft are hangared at Beccles and shares are limited to just 8 per aircraft to ensure good availability for all members. Booking is  done quickly and simply online using Shlott

How it works

Each Member pays a one-off fee for their 1/8 share, a monthly fee is payable by Standing Order and at the end of each month members are billed for their hours flown.

Insurance, routine maintenance and associated running costs are covered in the monthly fee. Non-routine maintenance (as required) is charged at a very competitive rate, the cost being divided equally among members and payable at the end of each month.

There is an annual fee of £200 payable to Rainair Ltd which allows for  unlimited take-off and landings at Beccles Airfield and by reciprocal agreement at nearby Seething Airfield.


Due to the limited number of shares available per aircraft, these are offered exclusively to ex-students of Mid Anglia Microlights Ltd.

A microlight flying school for Norfolk and Suffolk