The not-for-profit alternative to both sole-ownership and aircraft rentals.
All too often pilots “drop out” and stop flying after a few years because there is no community—no one to turn to for advice, for encouragement, or even for just some hangar flying. At PFC, we think of ourselves not just as joint owners, but as a community of aviators. We share our stories and our experiences, we learn from each other, we help each other, and have a good time doing it.
The Paramus Flying Club acquired a 2008 model year Cessna 172SP G1000, following on the heels of our conversion of our C182Q to run on a diesel-cycle Jet-A FADEC engine developed by SMA. (We like to think we were years ahead of Cessna’s own JT-A in this regard.) PFC then completely overhauled the avionics and interior of the C182Q.
At PFC, we take a proactive approach to fleet planning and upgrades. We work to ensure that our aircraft remain safe, efficient, attractive and continue to meet the evolving needs of our membership.