Freedom. To fly.

Since 1953, Oklahoma Airmen Flying Club has provided an affordable, safe and fun way for Tulsa's aviators to live their dream of flight. We are Tulsa's most affordable club that offers multiple aircraft for our members to enjoy!


To fly.

Since 1953, Oklahoma Airmen Flying Club has provided an affordable, safe and fun way for Tulsa's aviators to live their dream of flight. We are the most affordable flying club in Tulsa that offers more than one beautiful aircraft for our members to enjoy.


Ready to Fly? Join the Club.

Oklahoma Airmen Flying Club is located at both Tulsa Riverside Airport (KRVS) and Claremore Regional Airport (KGCM). We currently offer a beautiful Piper Warrior, a Tecnam P92 Echo Super LSA, three Cessna 172N's, a Cessna 177B Cardinal, a Cessna 182Q, and a Cessna 182T with G1000, and a Cessna 206 Turbo Stationair with G1000. The club is open to responsible pilots who meet our qualifications.

One of the biggest benefits of joining our club is having the advantages of aircraft ownership at less cost – and access to MORE THAN ONE aircraft! We take care of the maintenance and upkeep... you FLY! Go on a multi-day trip or enjoy a local fly-in. The freedom is yours!

A limited number of memberships are available so join us today!

Mark Norvell, a former long-time member of OAFC recently passed away unexpectedly. Blue skies good friend, blue skies.

Mark Lawrence Norvell was born on January 8, 1951, in Manhattan, Kansas, to Lawrence and
Joy Norvell. He passed away suddenly on June 4, 2024. Mark grew up in Manhattan, KS, where
he met his wife, Paula, in high school. He always said he knew she was the one as soon as
“she walked into band with that French horn tucked under her arm,” and they were Pops Choir
partners. They were married for 52 years and still acted like high school sweethearts. They both
earned Bachelor’s degrees at Kansas State University, and Mark worked as a mechanical
engineer until he retired.

Become a Member

We accept certificated pilots and a limited number of student pilots. Training is given in our 172's (KRVS and KGCM) and our Warrior (KGCM). Our aircraft may be used to train for additional ratings such as tailwheel, instrument and commercial.

Since we are the only club in Tulsa that has multiple aircraft, interest in our club has been very high. OAFC membership is currently at our allotted capacity based on the number of aircraft in our fleet, but now is the time to apply and secure your spot on our waiting list.

Membership Dues and Fees

Initial Membership Fee$1,500 one-time
Dues$200 per month
N813SSPiper PA-28-151$55 per hour dry
N89TETecnam P92 Echo Super$55 per hour dry
N4976GCessna 172N$55 per hour dry
N4948GCessna 172N$55 per hour dry
N737EWCessna 172N$75 per hour dry
N633DACessna 177B$75 per hour dry
N759RVCessna 182Q$95 per hour dry
N10HPCessna 182T G1000$145 per hour dry
N6023FCessna 206 Turbo Stationair$185 per hour dry *

* In addition to a $50 monthly Cessna 206 surcharge.
First month's fees must be paid up front.

How to Apply

  1. Read our club by-laws.
  2. Fill out our online application.
  3. If you qualify, we'll call you for an interview.
  4. Pass a checkride with one of our CFIs.


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Questions? Contact Us

Brian Torres, Vice President/Membership  |  (918) 645-4292  |  [email protected]
Oklahoma Airmen Flying Club  |  P.O. Box 216  |  Jenks, Oklahoma  74037