Robins AFB Community

Aero Club

Building 186, Perimeter Road, (478) 926-4867
The Robins AFB Aero Club, located on the northwest side of the base flightline, allows pilots and students to develop skills in aeronautics and provides safe, economical, small aircraft flying. The training center owns several aircraft, including four Piper Warriors, two Piper Arrows and an Archer. These planes are available for club members’ leisure time use, as well as for TDY travel. The aero club offers private pilot ground school with tuition assistance for active duty military as well as instruction for private, instrument and commercial pilot certifications. Three tie-downs are available for privately owned aircraft. 

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