WVFC has perhaps the longest history of flying club success in the USA...and they have used is a range of techniques, programs, resources and approaches to address the obvious challenges any club will face. Much of it boils down to building and then sustaining a sense of community for the members. Seems like anyone who is considering joining a club - or for that matter, starting one - would want to 'steal with pride' some of these many success stories. The WVFC - based in the SF Bay area - has been operating for over 40 years now.
If you are an AOPA member, use this link and find the September 17th link to the webinar.
http://www.aopa.org/Pilot-Resources/Rec ... dings.aspx
If you move down the list you'll also find other relevant webinars on flying club accounting and flying club insurance. Good stuff.
There's hundreds of flying clubs around the country that own and manage aircraft for their members. Aside from the camaraderie, clubs make flying more affordable.
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