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Aviation Organizations

Angel Flight Oklahoma

Angel Flight Oklahoma was created by a group of pilots who believe in the benefit of volunteering. They strive to keep all aspects of the organization volunteer and are a non-profit charitable organization of pilots, volunteers, and friends that arrange free air transportation for any legitimate, charitable, medically related need. This service is available to individuals, and health care organizations. They will also arrange transportation of those people who are financially distressed, or who are in a time-critical, non-emergency situation due to their medical condition. Angel Flight Oklahoma primarily serves patients needing transportation to or from the heartland region, including the states of Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, and Kansas. As members of the Air Care Alliance, a group of organizations providing similar services throughout the United States, Angel Flight Oklahoma can arrange transportation for patients on longer flights to other parts of the country outside of the heartland region. Angel Flight Oklahoma has also flown blood products for the Oklahoma Blood Institute and Red Cross in emergency situations.

Angel Flight, Inc.
12345 E. Skelly Drive
Tulsa, OK 74128
Phone: 918.749.8992
Fax: 918.745.0879
website: Angel Flight Oklahoma

Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA)

The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) is a Frederick, Maryland-based American non-profit political organization that advocates for general aviation. The organization started at Wings Field in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania. On 24 April 1932, The Philadelphia Aviation Country Club was founded at Wings Field. Hundreds of thousands strong and spanning 75 countries, they represent the largest aviation community in the world.

Central Southwest
Tom Chandler, Regional Manager
website: AOPA Oklahoma

Civil Air Patrol US Air Force Auxiliary | Oklahoma Wing

Since Civil Air Patrol’s formation during the earliest days of World War II, this vigilant organization of citizen Airmen has been committed to service to America.  Founded on Dec. 1, 1941, as a way to protect the nation’s shorelines from invading German U-boats, CAP has evolved into a premier public service organization that still carries out emergency service missions when needed — in the air and on the ground. As a Total Force partner and the Auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force, Civil Air Patrol is there to search for and find the lost, provide comfort in times of disaster and work to keep the homeland safe. Its 56,000 members selflessly devote their time, energy and expertise toward the well-being of their communities, while also promoting aviation and related fields through aerospace/STEM education and helping shape future leaders through CAP’s cadet program. Civil Air Patrol’s missions for America are many, and today’s adults and cadets perform their duties with the same vigilance as its founding members — preserving CAP’s 75-year legacy of service while maintaining its commitment to nearly 1,500 communities nationwide.

Lt Col Aaron E. Oliver, CAP
Oklahoma Wing, Forms and Correspondence
website: Civil Air Patrol Oklahoma Wing

Commemorative Air Force

The Commerative Air Force (CAF) was founded to acquire, restore and preserve, in flying condition, a complete collection of combat aircraft which were flown by all military services of the United States, as well as selected aircraft of other nations, for the education and enjoyment of present and future generations of Americans.  More than just a collection of airworthy warplanes from the past, the CAF's fleet of historic aircraft, known as the CAF Ghost Squadron, recreate, remind and reinforce the lessons learned from the defining moments in American military aviation history.

website: Commemorative Air Force

EAA Vintage Aircraft Association | Chapter 10

Their members include pilots, mechanics and non-pilots. The Vintage Aircraft Association (VAA) brings together people from around the world who share a common interest in the aircraft of yesteryear. Plain and simple, they are all lovers of vintage aircraft. They are the largest organization in the world dedicated to the preservation and restoration of vintage aircraft. This common bond is sustained by their local chapters, activities, and and publications. Their beautiful full-color magazine, Vintage Airplane, is published six times per year and is a major member benefit.  Since they were established in 1971, Vintage has been working to keep aviation history alive.

Tulsa, OK, VAA 10
Meeting: 4th Thurs., 7:00 PM
Hardesty South Regional Library
No meetings in July, Nov. & Dec.
Joe Champagne, President
Phone: 918-257-4688
website: EAA Vintage Aircraft Association Chapter 10

Engineers Flying Club

Membership in The Engineers Flying Club is open to anyone interested in General Aviation. Their club membership is limited to 45. Monthly dues are $125 and are due by the 15th of each month. A $500 application fee, plus the first month's dues, are required when your application for membership is accepted. Primary, Instrument/CFII training is available through the club.

website: Engineers Flying Club

Experimental Aircraft Association | Chapter 24

Whether you fly, build, restore or simply enjoy airplanes and aviation, you are welcome to attend their events and join their chapter. They are a group of aviation enthusiasts, aircraft builders, and pilots who get together with like minded people to share ideas, exchange information, encourage safety, serve the local aviation community and have a lot of fun doing so.  They meet at Sundance Airpark at 13000 N Sara Road in Yukon, Oklahoma.   Their chapter is part of the worldwide network of EAA chapters. EAA embodies the spirit of aviation through the world's most engaged community of aviation enthusiasts. EAA's 170,000 plus members enjoy the fun and camaraderie of sharing their passion for flying, building and restoring recreational aircraft. To find out more about EAA and their programs and services, please visit their home page.

website: EAA Chapter 24

The Ninety-Nines

OUR MISSION - The Ninety-Nines is the intermational organization of women pilots that promotes advancement of aviation through education, scholarships, and mutual support, while honoring our unique history and sharing our passion for flight.

Established in 1929 by 99 women pilots, today's members of The Ninety-Nines, Inc., International Organization of Women Pilots, are represented in all areas of aviation, and, to quote Amelia, fly "for the fun of it!"

website: The Ninety-Nines International

Oklahoma Chapter of the Ninety-Nines, Inc. Annual Okie Derby 

The Okie Derby Proficiency Air Rally, sponsored by the Oklahoma Chapter Ninety-Nines. Since 1990, the Okie Derby has generated more than $70,000 for funds for aviation scholarships. The Oklahoma Chapter of the Ninety-Nines relies on the support of the aviation event to help achieve the goal for driving funds for the “Wings of the Future Scholarship”. Through this yearly event for the scholarship program, it helps encourage interest in aviation, as well as helps Okie Derby participants polish their piloting skills for this wonderful event.

website: Okie Derby

Oklahoma Flying Aggies

​The Flying Aggies are a student flying club at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma. The purpose of the club is to encourage interest in aviation, to provide safe and economical flying for its members and to advance the knowledge of the membership in aeronautical and related subjects.

Dr. Jon Loffi
(405) 744-9892
website: Oklahoma Flying Aggies

Oklahoma Pilots Association

The Oklahoma Pilots Association (OPA) is a member-controlled, not-for-profit organization for all pilots and aircraft owners. OPA strives to serve the needs of general aviation pilots statewide by promoting aviation education and safety in personal and business flying. Membership consists of students pilots through airline transport pilots, both civil and military, and is open to all pilots and aircraft owners.

website: Oklahoma Pilots Association

Last Modified on Nov 13, 2023
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