Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association Protecting Your Freedom to Fly

Club in Formation - (L45)

Phone: 661-201-5391
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    Why I'm interested in starting a club:
    There are many pilots in the area that want to belong and associate with other pilots. A flying club can bring them together to build friendships and give them an opportunity to have fun doing what they love, flying, even talking about flying.

    Description of the hangar/clubhouse facilities:
    We have two small T-hangers now and looking at renting a facility to base our club. We may have to move to KBFL in order to find a clubhouse because our airport now, L45, has limited space available for a clubhouse.

    Progress made towards starting the club:
    Got several CFI's involved, and started setting up leaseback airplanes. We have three more aircraft that may be joining us in 4 months.

    ~ Bradley Lamb

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    Club Details

    • Organization Type: Not-for-Profit
    • Average Membership Size: 50
    • Average number of Aircraft:
    • Memberships Currently Available: Yes

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