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Listing of your non commercial, Aircraft and/or Pilot and/or Flying Club, information on this web site is FREE.  This includes posting pictures of your aircraft.

To that end, We are very interested in hearing from individual Pilots, Aircraft owners and not for profit flying clubs.  Simply fill out our short form listing your location and flying interests and we will post your information in the location desired. 


Our site is dedicated to the simple premise that many of us would not be able to fly at all if we had to bear the full and expensive burden of aircraft ownership along with insurance, hangar and annual maintenance cost

All it takes is one or two other pilots in your area to start planning and everyone begins flying again.

Short note from your webmaster

Speaking from personal experience, your webmaster/host has been a participating member of three partnerships and two flying clubs and has 1200 very happy flying hours as a direct result of those associations.



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281 Old Moody Boulevard
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Phone: (386) 586-3380
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GA to lose strong supporter in Congress

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Vern Ehlers, Republican Congressman from Michigan’s third district and a strong supporter of general aviation, will not run for reelection this fall. He has served 16 years in the ehlersHouse of Representatives and often been in the forefront of supporting general aviation.

Ehlers has expressed openly in Congressional hearings that he had taken flying lessons but never had enough time from his duties to fly as much as he would like.

Airplanes don’t kill people, people do

In his blog at the Huffington Post, Jeff Schweitzer notes that “At the very moment crazed kamikaze pilot Joseph Stack plowed his airplane into an IRS building in Austin, Texas, propaganda machinery in suspended animation instantly sprang back to life to lament the danger of small airplanes. Hysterical comparisons to 9/11 were immediately bandied about by pundits and politicians. With knowing glances exchanged between talking heads, a cry went out that personal airplanes were dangerous.”

He continues: “People fear what they do not know, and the inner workings of aviation certainly are mysterious to all but pilots. So a terrible event like what happened in Austin brings forth fearful cries to restrict general aviation. That initial response is understandable, but terribly misguided. The best way to counter the many misperceptions about flying is to bring to light the true benefits of general aviation, which should help dampen any future impulse to place restrictions on private and corporate airplanes.”

The blog then lists just a few of GA’s many contributions to society, from relief missions in Haiti to the impact of GA on business. Read it in full here.