Welcome to the Shoreline Flying Club website. Here, you will find all the information you need to discover the wonderful world of flight!
We are an established flying club, whose mission is to provide the best experience for both veteran pilots and those seeking their first taste of general aviation.
We are located at the Palo Alto Airport, in Palo Alto, California. 1903 Embarcadero Road, Palo Alto, CA 94303. Need directions?
Have you ever dreamed of flying above the crowded streets? Buzzing over to Vegas for dinner and a show? Taking your family for the adventure trip of a lifetime? Have you been looking for a flying club that treats you with the respect you deserve? That provides you with clean, well equipped aircraft? Shoreline Flying Club was founded for precisely those reasons.
We want to earn your trust, your respect and your business. Read on to find out what we offer! We hope to see you soon in the wonderful world of flight!
Check out the Aircraft / Rates to see our low, low rates!
As you look at this, the first Shoreline Flying Club Pet the Whales in Mexico trip is underway! More trips are coming up in February and March of 2008. Click here to find out more and to see some great photos from last years trips, and to sign-up to receive updates.
Click here to see the artist's work.
We have an exciting announcement in regards to N4138J. The airplane was recently sold to new owners. Fortunately, they have decided to keep her at Shoreline Flying Club. Not only that, but they have installed right side brakes! That means that N4138J is now available for primary flight instruction. If you haven't flown her yet, 38J is an absolutely gorgeous airplane with a clean updated panel. Come take a look!
We STRONGLY recommend that you look into Renter's Insurance if you are renting and flying airplanes. This coverage is good not only at Shoreline Flying Club but at any other club you rent from as well. Click below to see what coverage is available.
Tom Boyer passed his Private Pilot Checkride today. He was flying N4138J, our Cherokee 140. Bill Hightower was Tom's flight instructor and as you see here, Sherry Diamond was the Designated Examiner. Everyone is smiling, so it must have gone really well! Congratulations Tom!
Click HERE to see other Shoreline Member accomplishments.
We are very excited to announce that as of Monday, February 5, 2007, N1146J, a 1981 Mooney 201, will be joining the Shoreline Flying Club fleet! For those of you who are not familiar with Mooneys, the 201 is the first of the truly modern Mooney aircraft fleet. Also, in case you were wondering just how they came up with the catchy model number, 201, that just happens to be the maximum level cruise speed of this airplane in miles per hour! You got it, 201 miles per hour. To help you reign in that massive speed, this airplane is equipped with speed brakes.
Why not come out and take a look at this amazing airplane. As always, you will find that our rates are untouchable by other clubs.
The Palo Alto Airport Association is a group that fights to ensure that our airport remains accessible and afforable for us. You can join the Association to make it that much more powerful. Annual membership dues are only $15. Click here to join today!
N5302N is now back with a freshly overhauled engine! Check out the Aircraft / Rates page for details!
Do you want the opportunity to save some money? You can now fly N5302N for
a dry rate!
Anytime - $90 Dry Hobbs.
Dan Jacobson recently had the opportunity to fly with Private Pilot Dan Cervelli in Alaska.
Click on the pictures to see some of the breathtaking views we had flying up to Denali (Mt. McKinley) in Alaska!
We're hoping to do a trip to Alaska next summer. Interested?
Oh, I have slipped the surly bonds of earth, And danced the skies on laughter-silvered wings; Sunward I've climbed, and joined the tumbling mirth Of sun-split clouds...and done a hundred things You have not dreamed of...wheeled and soared and swung High in the sunlit silence. Hov'ring there, I've chased the shouting wind along, and flung My eager craft through footless halls of air. Up, up, the long, delirious burning blue I've topped the windswept heights with easy grace Where never lark, nor even eagle flew. And while with silent, lifting mind I've trod The high untrespassed sanctity of space... ...put out my hand, and touched the face of God.
We will miss you Uwe
Welcome to the not so new Shoreline Flying Club website. Members, please log in and read the 'Website Help' page for more information about the new aircraft check out / check in system.