Congratulations to Gerard ! As they say, journey of 1000 miles begins with first step, and he has begin such a journey by soloing recently. And that provides a perfect segue, the Greene County Flying Club is still going strong for anyone interested in learning to fly.
2019 Aviation Day pictures are available!! 150 or so selected pictures in 5 folders, hat tip to Kathy for taking them, and to Roxane for help in processing them. Click Here to see the folders
Think it's sometimes a pain to wait (and wait) in one of those long summer Customs lines? Yes it was a long flight, maybe from Israel, or China, you are tired and grubby and just want to get home. Well, this is a real document, filled out many years ago, talk about a long flight! This form was dug out from their archives and posted for the the anniversary on the US Customs and Border Protection web site to show a little self deprecating humor.
Summer is not far off, will it be golf clubs or perhaps a flying club? Check out our brand new minty fresh Greene County Flying Club page. The club has a few memberships available, if you have ever thought about learning to fly, or are already a licensed pilot and want back in the game, it would be a challenge to find a better deal.
BasicMed. Third Class Aeromedical Reform is here!! Click here for more information.
Donate today to support our community events and youth aviation programs.
S.O.A.R. is now a non-profit organization under 501(c) (3), of the IRS code.
Donors can deduct
contributions they make under IRC Section 170.
S.O.A.R. is also qualified to receive tax deductible bequests, devises, transfers or gifts under Section
2055, 2106, or 2522.
Please email to request a copy of our IRS letter of determination
AVIATION DAY 2019
The final dates for this year have been set.
Aug 17th and 18th-2019! new updates
Greene County Airport (KWAY) and S.O.A.R. are located in Southwestern Pennsylvania near the town of Waynesburg, Exit 14 off I-79. Also, find us on AirNav: CLICK HERE
For Greene County airport information: CLICK HERE
S.O.A.R., in cooperation with our local Experimental Aircraft Association EAA Chapter 842, is dedicated to increasing awareness of our local rural airport, and educating the public, especially young people, about general aviation. One way we do this is by conducting community events that provide the chance to experience the world of flight. S.O.A.R.’s members include private and commercial pilots dedicated to promoting aviation and its career opportunities to the region’s youth.