Flying Club at Hayward Executive Airport

August 2 2013

The Hayward Executive Airport Newsletter Spotlights Commercial Businesses at the Airport.

The Longest Continuously Operating Flying Club Based at Hayward Executive Airport
The roots of Alameda Flying Club (AFC) go back to 1946 when it was created as a non-profit organization with
several aviation enthusiasts as members. Over the years the club has owned several airplanes based at the Hayward Executive Airport. Most pilots at the airport are familiar with the N73015 call sign and the red and white
Cessna 172 parked at the Green Ramp

Several members have completed their primary flight training in a club plane. Today there are two club-approved CFI’s that provide flight instruction and club checkouts. AFC is


Flying Club’s Cessna 172

one of the few flying clubs that allow primary     instruction for new members. The club has one plane, a 1976 Cessna 172 and five active pilot members.

The Lowest Hourly Rates Of Any Club In The Bay Area!

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EAA VAA Chapter 29
4th Annual Membership
Drive BBQ
Saturday, August 17, 2013
12 PM – 2 PM
Ex 2 Hangar 13
For more info, call
Cynthia Mendez at (510) 909-8338

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