(association of powered flight)
KSAK has an office at the airport where Jan-Olof Wikström works as an inspector for Motorflygförbundet.
Motorflygförbundet KSAK (M-KSAK) was formed in 1993 as an independent branch association affiliated to Kungliga Svenska Aeroklubben (the Royal Swedish Aero Club, KSAK) and Svenska Flygsportförbundet (the Swedish Airsport Association, FSF). M-KSAK is affiliated to Riksidrottsförbundet (the Swedish Sports Conferederation, RF) through FSF.
Motorflygförbundet KSAK is the natural meeting point for all non-commercial flight, ie, non-profit "general aviation". The association promotes club and private aviation and serves as the central organisation for general aviation. Its aim is for aviation to be an accepted means of transport, privately as well as for work. Through the flying clubs, the association works to make the resources available within general aviation useful to the community. Some examples include looking out for forest fires and other so-called relief flights.
More info: www.ksak.se
Did you know...
Approx 150 flying clubs are affiliated to Motorflygförbundet KSAK. Many of these clubs have their own flying schools with pilot training.