Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association Protecting Your Freedom to Fly

Club in Formation - (KFLG)

Phone: 909-993-4596
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Club Facilities


    Why I'm interested in starting a club:
    As mainly a university flying club, the purpose would be more affordable flying for anyone associated with the university and anyone in the general public able to tolerate a bunch of college students.

    Description of the hangar/clubhouse facilities:
    There are T-hangar end cap storage hangars usually used to store R-22 helicopters, but could also be converted to a clubhouse/office space while the airplane is on a covered tie-down if a hangar, box or T, cannot be afforded.

    Progress made towards starting the club:
    Contacting 14 people so far to start the club including nine Air Force and Army ROTC cadets with dependable monthly stipend pay available, plus three faculty members; two CFIs and one IFR rated going for his commercial. All committed members are meeting the second week of February to establish bylaws, club constitution, and financial priorities for facilities, aircraft, etc. Hangar/tie-down/storage hangar prices established. Networking within the airport community to find possible box hangar sharing, airplane investors, and non-FBO airplane renters to follow.

    ~ Richard Young

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    Club Details

    • Organization Type: Not-for-Profit
    • Average Membership Size: 21
    • Average number of Aircraft:
    • Memberships Currently Available: Yes

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    Club Contacts

    • Main Contact
    • Richard M. Young (Organizer)
      909-993-4596 (Phone)