The Flying 20 Club, Danbury CT, KDXR
The Flying 20 Club was originally incorporated on June 22, 1940 making it one of the oldest active flying clubs in the United States. The original twenty individuals who each put-up $20 to buy a J-2 Cub for $400 formed the club to encourage interest in aviation, to promote safe and economical flying for its members, and to encourage and assist its members to advance in the field of aviation. In recent years the size of the Club has grown to about fifty members and three aircraft.
Some of the special features of membership in the Club include:
Additionally, the Club holds frequent “Hangar Talk” sessions during the winter months and aircraft Wash-and-Wax BBQs during the summer months.
Prospective members who wish can request a demonstration flight in one of the Club's planes. Demo flights are conducted by a member of the club, with the club member acting as PIC
Through its history the Club has owned many different airplanes including Cessna 152s/172s, Piper Warriors, Archers, Arrows and a Dakota. The Club currently owns three planes including a 1980 Piper Archer II, a 2000 Piper Archer III, and a 1980 Piper Dakota.
Some of the special feature of our planes include:
Our current rental rates can be found here.
Whether you fly with us or not, fly safely, and have a great time in the air!
Last update: September 17, 2014
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