Book Our Plane Online Scheduling Application

Flight Scheduler

Members Online Scheduler

Online Portal

RAFC members can access the Club's online scheduling application (link is above).  In this password protected 'members only' area you can see the availability of the Club's planes and flight instructors (CFI's), and easily book your next flight or flying lesson.  Easily schedule flying time for you and your guests.  It's scheduling simplified and online.

The Flying Club has two Cessna 172 Skyhawks, and both aircraft originate from the Reedsburg Municipal Airport (C35) where the planes spend down time in a leased and locked private hangar.

If you are interested in learning more, or becoming a member of the Reedsburg Area Flying Club LLC click here.

The Club Planes

Cessna 172N Skyhawk

Meet the Reedsburg Area Flying Clubs main member (pictured on right) - N738VY.  Acquired in 2018, this Cessna 172N Skyhawk is a four-seat, 160hp IFR Certified aircraft with GPS moving map avionics, ADSB out (and in), 4-place intercom, Tanis engine heater, Powerflow Exhaust, Lord Shimmy Dampener, newer engine, new paint and many other features. Always hangar kept.

About the #1 Training Plane in the World
The Cessna 172 Skyhawk is an American made, single-engine, high fixed-wing aircraft made by the Cessna Aircraft Company.  The Cessna 172 was first flown in 1955 and more have been built than any other aircraft.  It is the first choice for flight training and safety, and is the most successful aircraft in history.  Learn more here: Cessna 172-Wikipedia

Meet the Reedsburg Area Flying Clubs newest member (pictured on right) - N5386D. This newly acquired Cessna 172N Skyhawk is a four-seat, 160hp IFR Certified aircraft with solid avionics package, ADSB out, GPS moving map, Tanis engine heater, Heavy duty tires, new engine, and many other features. This plane can be heated remotely and prior to flying using an online application, and is perfect for fast starts and comfortable, cold weather flying. The Club Members affectionately call this plane 'Brownie". Always hangar kept.