Bay Area Aero Club

Pearland Regional Airport (KLVJ)
Pearland, TX 77581
Phone: 888-266-9408
Email: president@bayareaaeroclub.org
Website: www.bayareaaeroclub.org

Club Facilities


Description

The Bay Area Aero Club (BAAC) is a non-profit flying club based at the Pearland Regional Airport since 1979. Our membership is diverse and includes students working on obtaining a private license, private and commercial pilots, pilots with instrument and multi-engine ratings, CFI and CFII instructors, and airline transport pilots. Each member is covered by a comprehensive insurance policy, and is required to take an annual check ride with a certified Club Instructor.

The BAAC has aircraft agreements with several owners to rent their aircraft exclusively to Club members. The Club's fleet varies from time to time, but we try to maintain a mix that includes primary trainers, instrument trainers, complex aircraft, and single-engine cross country aircraft. Our aircraft are available for local and extended overnight trips. At this time, we have seven great aircraft in the club.

The Bay Area Aero Club is located at Darrell Bivens' Hangar between Life Flight and Total Aircraft on the taxi-way off of Malthusian Way. A membership application is available in Word and PDF formats and additional copies are available at the Club House and the airport lobby. When completed, these may be mailed to the Club secretary for approval. Fees include an initiation fee of $100 (payable at orientation), and monthly dues of only $25.

The BAAC offers an attractive aircraft agreement program for aircraft owners. The Club pays the standard airport ramp tie-down fees and a portion of the aircraft insurance coverage. The aircraft owners receive a specified dry rate for the rental of their aircraft and all fuel and tax charges are collected from the members and paid by the Club.


Type of Flying Available

  • IFR
  • Complex
  • High Performance
  • Aerobatic
  • Tailwheel
  • VFR
  • Cross Country
  • Local


Member Comments

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TEDYSON - 09/03/2013
I have been a member of BAAC since about 1981. over the years it has served me well with a good fleet of airplanes and very good group of instructors. they have a good mix of training aircraft as well as some that are more suited to cross country. see the website for the complete/current list of planes and instructors. you are sure to find a plane and instructor to suit your SEL needs.

The little map shows that they are located at the FBO trailer, however, they have moved to a purpose built club room(s)in one of the hangers across the field.

Location

Club Details

  • Organization Type: Not-for-Profit
  • Average Membership Size: 220
  • Average number of Aircraft: 7
  • Memberships Currently Available: Yes

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