Junior Flying Club (JFC) was founded.
Club renamed JFC/Light Aircraft Squadron.
Restructured and named JFC/151 Squadron.
First Flight Experience Programme for National Servicemen to encourage them to join the Air Force.
JFC was renamed Youth Flying Club (YFC).
YFC acquired a fleet of 12 Piper Warrior II (PA-28-161).
YFC registered itself as a civilian flying club.
YFC condcuted its first overseas nav-trip to participate in Lima Airshow.
Inauguration of the YFC Alumni.
First visit to Flying Training School - Pearce Airbase, Perth, Australia.
First Fighter Famil Flight for YFC students, startred with 2 F5s.
Launch of YFC21 Modernisation Programme by Mr Peter Ho, PS(D).
First World Champ Competition for YFC Aeromodellers in France.
YFC was renamed Singapore Youth Flying Club (SYFC).
SYFC launched its new CCA programme catering to students in secondary schools.
Mr Cedric Foo, MOS Defence commissioned 2 newly acquired CT/4Es at SYFC.
SYFC relocated to new premises at West Camp Road.
Official Opening of Aeromodelling Flying Circle Complex.
SYFC was awarded ISO Certification by UKAS.
SYFC celebrated its 35th Anniversary.
SYFC acquired the Piper Flight Simulator.
SYFC attained the Singapore Quality Class Award.
SYFC achieved recertification in ISO9001:2008
Arrival of 2 Diamond Star Aircraft - 9V-YFC and 9V-YFF.
Certificate of Air Worthiness for 9V-YFC and 9V-YFF.
Arrival of Diamond Star Flight Simulation Training Device.
Acceptance Check flight of 1st Diamond Star Aircraft - 9V-YFC
Commissioning the Diamond Star aircraft.
SYFC attained FTO.