Why Select Lone Star Flyers?
Lone Star Flyers flying club is an alliance of independent certified flight instructors working
together with the club membership to provide a higher level of service and instructional quality to our customers.
Located at Addison airport (ADS), we are neither a traditional flight school nor a fixed base operator (FBO). Instead, we
combine the advantages of both in a club environment.
By sharing our knowledge, experience and resources while remaining independent of any
one flight school, the instructors of Lone Star Flyers are able to offer you a better flight
training experience. We have a combined total of more than 30,000 hours and 50 years of
piloting time in over 30 different aircraft makes and models. We work together in developing
curricula, seminars, and other training materials. We share ideas and jointly tackle challenges.
And we insist on the highest levels of quality instruction and customer service.
Can I Really Learn to Fly?
Yes! Learning to fly is a lot easier than people think. You don't have to become a commercial
or military pilot to fly. In fact, there are thousands of people just like you learning to fly.
Imagine taking off at sunrise and flying to a lakeside airstrip for breakfast or a round of golf.
Or taking your family on a weekend getaway, traveling at two or three times the speed of a car
(and with no traffic jams!).
Already a pilot and would like to rent a late model, clean, reliable
single engine aircraft? Lone Star Flyers
has late model Cessna 172s, with G1000 panels as well as traditional 6-pack models. For the more experienced pilots
we have a terrific Piper Saratoga and a Piper Twin Comanche.
Whether you’re a seasoned pilot looking for aerobatic training,
or someone who’s always dreamed about flying lessons, call us today
to find out more. We’re the flying club that does it all!
News & Upcoming Events
New Redbird FMX Sim
Lone Star Flyers has added a Redbird FMX full motion simulator to our training "aircraft". Call today for a
demonstration flight. Get an IPC in the FMX and save lots of money in comparison to using an airplane.
Fly Our Citabria
Come and fly in our beautifully refurbished Bellanca Citabria. The Citabria is a light single-engine, two-seat,
fixed conventional gear airplane which entered production in the United States in 1964.
Designed for flight training, utility and personal use. Its name spelled backwards, "airbatic".