The Octopus Flying Club has expanded to a second location, North Perry Airport in Hollywood, FL. The club’s Piper Archer is waiting to whisk you away to the Bahamas or the Keys. Club members have access to aircraft in both Maryland and Florida.
For membership information at either location contact us!
We like our TB. It’s not the typical choice for a flying club… and that’s exactly why AOPA wanted to talk about it.
The Aircraft Spotlight feature looks at an airplane type and evaluates it across six areas of particular interest to flying clubs and their members: Operating Cost, Maintenance, Insurability, Training, Cross-Country, and Fun Factor.
Read the full article at the AOPA Website
Several members spent Saturday morning preparing the new (to us) hangar for the Arrow. A truckload of debris was removed, and the dirt and rocks compacted. The clubs plans to pave the hangar floor over the summer.
The club has completed acquisition of N298GT, the annual has been completed and the plane will be making its initial journey to KGAI either the evening of Friday, 3/14 or early Saturday morning 3/15. The club will be taking photos of the club aircraft on Saturday morning 3/15 from 8-10a at KGAI and all club members are welcome to participate! A generic TB-200 POH is available in the members section of the OFC website.
The Octopus Flying Club is participating in the annual airport open house on Saturday October 19, 2013 from 10am – 3pm. The club will display our Warrior and Arrow, as well as have members available to answer all of your questions. So come on out to the airport and say hi!
For more information visit the DC Metro Aviation website.
The Octopus Flying Club is based at Montgomery County Airpark (KGAI) in Gaithersburg, MD. Club members have access to three low-wing aircraft with modern avionics. Learn more about us using the menu links just below the banner. For more information on joining, use our contact form.