The Cessna 150-152 Fly-In Foundation
Since 1980, the Cessna 150-152 Club has been the go-to place for information about the care and operation of the World’s Most Popular Two-Place Airplane.
Since 2001 the Cessna 150-152 Fly-In has been one of the best annual aviation events in the country. The fly-in grew from a simple gathering of Cessna 150s and 152s to an annual event requiring months of time and effort to organize and run. The entire operation of the fly-in, from planning to operation, became a bit too much for one or two people to handle effectively. In 2009 The Cessna 150-152 Fly-In Foundation was formed for the sole purpose of planning, organizing, and running the annual Cessna 150-152 Fly-In. The Foundation and the Club were completely separate entities.
In 2019 the Foundation and the Club became one when the Foundation bought the Cessna 150-152 Club. The Foundation now plans and runs the annual fly-in and runs the day-to-day operation of the Club.
The Foundation Officers
1,700 hour Private Pilot, with 1,000 of those in a 150. A former 150 owner, he now owns a Cardinal. But he flys that Cardnal to the Confab every year.
Alan has recently retired after many years working as a regional sales manager. He owns a 1974 150M and has been flying since 1982. Although he has several hobbies, flying is his passion.
He’s a CPA and pilot. He flies a 1970 Aerobat that his daughter named “Mr. Ghost.” Joseph says his airplane provides an escape from reality.
Recently retired from the IT industry, Dave owns a Cessna 150 known as the “Rat Rod.” It’s a ’66 “F” modified with a 150 horse Lycoming, and a bunch of other toys.
Director of Operations
A retired USAF MSgt, and retired 767 Captain. He has owned his Cessna 150 for 16 years.
Board of Directors
First flew with the Boy Scouts. Now 2,400 hours later he owns Woodstock, a highly modified 150hp yellow Texas Taildragger.
Took his flrst flight at age 7. Started flying lessons at 19, and now has 1,700 hours in his 152. Been to every Confab since 2006.
A 700 hour Private Pilot, with over 500 of those in his 152. Based in Central Massachusetts, he speaks with a funny accent and is a proud member of the East Coast Outkast.
Membership in the Cessna 150-152 Fly-In Foundation (the “Foundation”) is available to anyone interested in the Cessna 150, The Cessna 152, and/or the Cessna 150-152 Fly-In. Individuals become members by attending a Cessna 150-152 Fly-In or joining the Cessna 150-152 Club.
Membership is Active or Inactive based on the member’s status:
- Active Membership
- Fly-In Members are active with the attendance at the most recent Cessna 150-152 Fly-In, and remain so until the start of the next Cessna 150-152 Fly-In.
- Club Members are active as Long as their club Membership is in effect.
- Inactive Membership
- Fly-In Members become inactive if they have not attended the most recent Fly-In.
- Club Member’s become inactive if their membership is not renewed.