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The Club

The Memphis Navy Flying Club is an organization dedicated to promoting quality of life through the adventure of flight for authorized individuals residing in the Navy Mid-South community. Located on the southeast corner of the recently transferred and renamed Millington Municipal Airport (formerly NAS Memphis) in Millington, Tennessee, the Memphis Navy Flying Club provides a substantial amount of flight opportunities and services for all individuals with a desire to "slip the surely bonds of earth."

Whether you are completely new to general aviation, a student pilot, weekend cloud dancer or experienced aviator, the Memphis Navy Flying Club can help you get the most out of your individual flying experience.

Enjoy an "eagle's view" of the Mississippi River, lush countryside and orchards of the Mid-South from a several thousand feet as you cruise locally or stop over from your cross-country to experience the sights, sounds and especially barbecue that made Memphis famous. Day trips from Millington Municipal Airport might include trips to the Arkansas Ozarks, Nashville, or the Mississippi delta.

For further information, please call and leave a detailed message.

Call the Club at (901) 874-7793 for more information!

Membership Requirements

The Memphis Navy Flying Club is open to active duty, National Guard, reserve military members, retirees and their dependents, and federal government employees. Civilians are eligible for membership through the Civil Air Patrol. For details on joining up today, call the Club at (901) 874-7793.


The Memphis Navy Flying Club currently operates the following aircraft:

(1) Cessna T-41A

For more information about the Prices and Fees call the Club at (901) 874-7793.

FAA Requirements for Pilot Certificates and Ratings (Private Pilot)

  • Obtain a FAA Third Class Medical Certificate.
  • Pass an oral, written and in-flight practical examination.
  • Accumulate at least 40 hours of flight time, including 20 hours of instruction and 20 hours of solo time.
  • Military Pilots: Use your military flight time to qualify for civilian ratings! Call the manager for more details at (901) 874-7793.

Weather & Other Aviation Links

Call the Club at (901) 874-7793 for more information!


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