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About PLUS ONE FLYERS

Plus One Flyers has become one of the largest, most active and safest flying clubs in the United States!

Plus One Flyers, Inc. was founded by pilots and airplane owners who loved to fly and wanted a reliable fleet of airplanes at reasonable prices. The club is organized as a member-oriented, non-profit California corporation. Since its inception in 1985 at Montgomery Field, Plus One Flyers has expanded to offer airplanes based at Gillespie Field in East County, Ramona Field in Ramona, and most recently in North County at McClellan-Palomar airport in Carlsbad.

All instructors authorized with Plus One Flyers go through a checkout process and are required to maintain currency and proficiency in all aircraft they instruct in.  We have one of the largest instructor groups in the nation.

The Club is fortunate to be able to operate the largest flight club in the country with a small staff of six personnel.  These personnel are hired by the Board and work tirelessly to ensure your membership experience is a good one.

Directors are elected by populous membership vote and serve a two year term.  The elections are open to all club members in good standing.

Safety is the backbone of any aviation organization.  At Plus One Flyers, we try to provide opportunities for you to attain additional knowledge and network with other Club members.

FEATURED AIRCRAFT

N734NK – Cessna Skyhawk (172N)

Lots of great resources as well as checklists, 180HP supplement etc are available at www.takeflightsandiego.com

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N52799 – Cessna Skylane (182P)

N52799 is an excellent running 182P for IFR training or cross-country flights.

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N7145P – Piper Comanche (PA-24-250)

The Piper Comanche combines speed, comfort, and advanced avionics without breaking the bank.

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FEATURED INSTRUCTORS

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