The original Bloomsburg Flying Club was founded in 1931 as a charter service to New York, Philadelphia, and elsewhere flying out of Bloomsburg, PA. The original logo is still in use by Colombia Aircraft Services and the original plaque to commemorate the construction of the Bloomsburg Flying Club hangar and offices can be seen in the new terminal building at the airport.
The current Bloomsburg Flying Club (Parlor City Flying Club, Inc.) was founded in 1964 as the Parlor City Flying Club by a group of local gentlemen who wanted to foster an interest in general aviation and make flying affordable. Those first meetings were held nearby at the old Parlor City Cafe and it became the club’s namesake.
We accept experienced pilots and students.
Bring your own instructor* or use one of ours.
See our “About Us” page for Flight Instructor Info.
*instructors must be approved by the Club.
We are a non-profit, member owned club based at the historic
Bloomsburg Municipal Airport (N13).
Did you know that airport codes beginning with the letter “N” were designated for use by the United States Navy and that the Bloomsburg airport was a training airport for Navy fliers?
The airport address is:
301 Airport Road in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania
We currently own:
1998 Cessna 172R – N819CF &
1960 Cessna 172A – N7842T
Meetings are held the 3rd Sunday of every month,
6:30 p.m. at the
Bloomsburg Municipal Airport (N13)
During the COVID-19 period please contact the Airport Coordinator for the location of the meeting.
Airport Coordinator: BJ Teichman
Phone: (570) 317-1966
E-mail: [email protected]