Location:
Building 306, Hangar (on the right side of SAC Blvd north of Base Operations, just before the 90 degree left turn at the runway fence)
Offutt AFB, NE 68113
(402) 294-3385
DSN: 271-3385
FAX: (402) 294-2836

Hours of Operation:
Flying anytime by arrangement

Business Office:
Mon - Fri: 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Sat, Sun, Holidays: Closed

Manager:
Cole Weidenbusch

Aero Club Documents
FAQs
Membership & Instruction Fees
DUATs
FAATFRs
1584C
AFI 34-117
Cross Country Request Form
FAA Change of Address
Annual Instrument Exam
Annual Standardization Exam
Standard Operating Procedures (Updated June 1, 2017)
Membership Application
Covenant Not to Sue

Originally founded as the SAC Aero Club, the Offutt Aero Club (now named the LeMay Aero Club and Flight Training Center) was the first flying club in the Armed Forces. The club provides aircraft rental to its members, and also offers flight training for Private Pilot through Airline Transport Pilot certification. Several FAA-certified flight instructors are avail­able and flight instruction is tailored to meet the needs of the members. TDYs and shiftwork schedules can be accommodated. Almost all of our aircraft are certified for instrument flying. Aero Club aircraft are an approved means of transportation for official travel (TDY's). The Aero Club stocks limited pilot supplies at a discount for members.


Private Pilot Single Engine Certification Course

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Initiation Fee

$40
 
Hourly
Extended
Dues (3 Months)
$30 or $35 / Month
$90 or $105
Cessna 172F Rental
$90 x 40
$3,600
Instructor, Flight
$35 x 20
$700
Instructor, Ground
$30 x 35
$1,050
Pre & Post
$15 x 12
$180
Books & Materials
$295

Written FAA Test  (Not a LeMay Aero Club fee)

$160
FAA 3rd Class Medical  (Not a LeMay Aero Club fee)
$125
FAA Checkride
$400
Total Cost (Estimate Only)
$6,510

FAA requirements: 35 hours to pass the aeronautical knowledge test. Although we are a Part 61 flight training center, we train as if we are Part 141. 40 hours of flight training. 20 hours of the flight training must be dual (with an instructor). The listed cost is to meet minimum Part 61 Federal Aviation Administration requirements only. The national average indicates that more hours may be needed to complete the training. This varies from individual to individual. We estimate an additional 20 hours of Cessna 172F rental and 10 to 15 hours of instructor time may be required.

Aircraft, Rates & Fees (Effective Oct. 2, 2017)

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Membership Fees
Initiation Fee
$40
(*$5 Off For Flying Each Month)
Monthly
Annually
Officer & Civilian
$35*
$385
Enlisted & Retiree
$30*
$330
Long Distance Dues
$12
$110
 

Ground School Group Class*

(*Per Person. Does not include FAA written exam cost or Part 141 kit)
Private Pilot
$260
Instrument
$280
 
Ground School Part 141 Kits
Private Pilot
$295
Instrument
$300
 
Instruction, Hourly Rates
Primary
$35
Advanced
$37.50
ATP
$37.50
Aerobatic
$35
Ground Lessons (All Courses)
$30
 
Fees
Hangar Rental - Single Engine
$140 (Per Month)
Hangar Rental - Multi Engine
$170 (Per Month)
Avgas (Subject To Change)
Call For Price Per Gallon
Oil (Subject To Change)
Call For Price Per Quart
Mechanic (Per Man, Per Hour)
$50

Flight Instructor Wanted, 294-3385

Chief Flight Instructor Wanted

The LeMay Aero Club is looking for a Chief Flight Instructor. This position is excellent for retirees who have the requisite qualifications and flying hours. The right candidate will be responsible for working with the manager and the FAA to re-establish a Part 141 flight school. Benefits include competitive pay, discounts for airplane rental and more. Call the Aero Club Manager for more information or send your resume to P.O. Box 13234, Offutt AFB, NE 68113