NEW AND IMPROVED!
Freedom Club – Flying Club brought to you by Latitude Aviation
- What is it?
- Why would I want to join?
- What's the catch?
- I heard there was a referral program. Tell me about it.
The Freedom Club is a new way to enjoy airplane rental and instruction at Latitude Aviation. Essentially, it functions just like any number of flying clubs around the nation that offer affordable, accessible flying – but this one is attached to the area’s best flight school.
A simple, low initiation fee ($250) and reasonable monthly membership dues ($100) grants you a big discount off of all the airplanes. $50 of your $100 in monthly dues is available as rental credit to be used that month.
Freedom Club pilots enjoy a $30/hr discount off of their flying time in Latitude aircraft. So, if the Cessna 150 rents for $110/hr, Freedom Club pilots enjoy remarkable rate of $80/hr to fly the same airplane. This discount also applies to our AATD. Additional discounts for other Latitude educational products and services continue to be added!
If you fly around 1.7 hours per month (for most people that’s about 1 lesson or rental per month) you’ve broken even with your dues. If you fly more, you save more.
For example, a student pilot seeking a Private Pilot license may fly as much as 60 hours to get there. At a savings of $30/hr, you’ve saved $1800. Wow! That means more money left over for doing what you wanted to do all along – fly!
It could be said that the only catch to a flying club is that if you don’t fly, you’re still paying dues. However, with the low cost of the Freedom club the “break-even” point is just over an hour of flying per month!
As a new Freedom Club member, you commit to a minimum 12 month membership. If you need to leave early, simply pay the remaining month’s membership dues and you’re done.
Yep! For every pilot you tell about the Freedom Club that signs up (limit 4), you’ll get a $50 credit on your Flight Circle account. Cool! Complete the contact form below to send us an email with your referral’s name and when they signed up.
If you want to read up on the full story, go to this link to view the official Terms and Conditions.