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Saturday, April 5, 2014
Learn-to-Fly Open House
Join us at our hangars to learn more about our flying club. We'll have members on hand to show you around our airplanes, and instructors to share more about the process of learning to fly.
We'll have coffee and donuts in the morning, and at lunch we'll fire up the grill for a cookout.
If you've ever been interested in learning to fly, stop in!
In the news
Local flying club encourages girls to become pilots — MLive.com, March 2014
Coverage of Women in Aviation week, and the field trips our club organized for local schools
AOPA Pilot, January 2012
Our club, as featured in the world’s largest aviation magazine.
AnnArbor.com, June 2011
Local coverage of our trip home from Wichita, in our new Cessna Skycatcher
Xin Rong, First solo
February 11, 2014
Ruiqi Chen, First solo
January 3, 2014
Mike O'Donnell, First solo
December 16, 2013
Bill Smith, Light sport pilot
December 16, 2013
Ben Herrick, Private Pilot
November 24, 2013
Reunion Pig Roast & Flying Competition »
August 13, 2011
The Skycatcher's Journey Home »
June 28, 2011
Up the Detroit River: A flight of three »
March 19, 2011
Cessna Skycatcher Visits the Flyers »
October 13, 2010
U of M AIAA Discovery Flights »
November 8, 2009
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The Skycatcher Arrives
On Thursday, June 28, the Michigan Flyers' new Skycatcher, N7029M, arrived home in Ann Arbor after a 780-mile flight from Wichita.
The Skycatcher is now home in Ann Arbor and being flown by the Michigan Flyers. As a light sport aircraft, it can operate under new, more relaxed regulations, particularly with regard to medical certification. The Skycatcher's relatively low cost and ease of use make it ideal for training a new generation of pilots.