Club in Formation - (KWHP)
I learned to fly in Glendale Community College, but unfortunately after earning my PPL I couldn't find very much affordable places around to fly. FBOs are crowded and expensive to fly. I know students like me around that they are very energized to start our own flying club.
Description of the hangar/clubhouse facilities:
There are a pilot's lounge that can be used as center for meetings and arrangements.
Progress made towards starting the club:
We've gathered and had some discussions around buying a plane and start the club but nothing much more than that.
~ Patrick Alexander
Type of Flying Available
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80475/8/2014 4:48:36 PM UTC
Patrick, I would be interested to know more about your club. I currently fly with the Cal-Tech/JPL club out of EMT but would be interested in a less busy flying atmosphere. I have time in Cessna, Piper and Beech airplanes (about 500 hrs. PIC) Gary Hannah email@example.com
- Organization Type: Not-for-Profit
- Average Membership Size: 50
- Average number of Aircraft:
- Memberships Currently Available: Yes
Flying Club Photos
There are currently no club photos.
- Main Contact
- Patrick Alexander (Organizer)