Requirements, Dues, and Initiation Fee

Any pilot, including student pilots, is welcome to apply for membership. Please click the button above or below and submit your application form.

If your flying record and credit references are approved, you will normally be accepted for membership. See Section 4 of our Constitution for more details.

We do not have a cap on membership numbers. We currently have 40 members and strive to maintain a 15:1 aircraft to member ratio. Availability of the aircraft is good, especially on weekdays.

In addition to the FAA currency requirements, the club requires members to make 3 take-offs and landings in the previous 90 days or get a checkride with a CFI. See Section B of our Operating Rules for more details.

There is a one-time-for-life initiation fee of $150. Dues are $65/month and are used for fixed costs, such as insurance, tie-down/hangar, and office costs. 

Members may go inactive at any time and not pay dues. The re-activation fee is $60.

Why join a flying club?

Flying clubs are one of the very best ways to save money while you fly more, enjoy great access to aircraft, and spend time with friends and family. Whether you’re brand new to flying or you’ve been a pilot for years, flying clubs have something for you.

- Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association


Flying clubs spread the cost (and effort) of airplane ownership across club membership. Hourly rates of club aircraft are usually lower than local FBO rentals.


Flying clubs allow members to share their passion for flying with other like-minded pilots. Flying clubs often host events including flyouts, training sessions, and barbeques.


Pilots of all backgrounds and tenure are able to share their experiences for continuous learning. Student pilots also have mentorship opportunities with the more experienced club members.