Goodrich Flying Club

The Club…

The goal of the Goodrich Flying Club is to offer a great airplane, make membership easy, and keep it affordable.

The Plane…

Our plane is N201DA, a beautiful and well-equipped 1977 Mooney 201. When you walk out into the hangar you immediately notice how sharp looking it is with its dark red and bright white paint with gold trim. Climb up on the wing and look in and you see that it has a very nice tan leather interior. Slide into the comfortable pilot’s seat and you will begin to admire how nicely laid out the panel is. A Garmin audio panel is on top followed by a Garmin GTN-650 Touchscreen GPS/NAV/COM, a King KX-165 digital nav/com, and a Garmin digital transponder. Other panel features include a King HSI, engine analyzer, electric back up attitude indicator, and the fully coupled Century 2-axis autopilot. We have removed the Garmin 696 table that’s pictured above and added a Stratus 2S ADS-B receiver to work with ForeFlight. 

N201DA is a joy to fly — smooth, quiet, and fast… it cruises around 155 knots.

The deal…

To keep with our goal to make flying affordable, here are the numbers.

$50 Initiation Fee and get a cool Goodrich Flying Club polo shirt.

$100 per month dues.

Only $145 per tach hour.

How to apply…

We have kept the application process really simple too. Fill out our simple membership application (link) and send it to us (email link). If you have any questions, you can call Doug Goodrich at 607-821-2981. We do require renter’s insurance and have a policy available for less than $300 per year. See our Aircraft & Renter’s Insurance page.

How to schedule…

We use an online scheduling system so you can schedule your flying yourself. The plane is first-come, first-served and you will find access to the plane very easy. The plane is kept in a full-service hangar so you just call the FBO to get it out and for fuel.

 

 For Club Members Only – Here is a link to manuals, best practices, POH, and W&B.