If this information doesn't answer your questions, please contact a T-Craft Aero Club board member for answers. Suggest additions or updates to this page by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Where do I find the list of club policies?
- Where is the club constitution?
- Who are the club-approved instructors?
- Who is on the board? What do they do?
- How long is the waiting list?
- Do you publish the waiting list online?
- You just called me and said I'm at the top of the list. What do I do now?
- You just called me and said I'm at the top of the list, but I'm too busy to join right now. What can I do?
- ScheduleMaster says my medical or flight review is about to expire, but that is not correct. What do I need to do?
- ScheduleMaster says I'm locked out because my medical or flight review is expired. What do I need to do?
- How can I learn all the features of ScheduleMaster?
- Can I reserve or cancel my schedule without a computer?
- I can't access a PDF file. What do I need to do?
- What is the last day of the month that I can use my minimum flying hour?
- I'm currently a Class I member, and I would like to upgrade to Class II. What is the process?
The following link will take you to a list of club policies, operational procedures and the backcountry flying policy. You can view all three documents in one file by opening the new member information packet.
It is difficult to determine. New members can join only after a current member resignes his or her membership in the club. You can contact the Membership Director Jim Hudson for an estimate and to find out how many are currently on the wait list.
No, for privacy reasons we do not publish the waiting list online. We do provide an update to everyone on the waiting list letting them know their current position on the list.
You just called me and said I'm at the top of the list, but I'm too busy and decided not to join right now. What can I do?
Unfortunately that means you will have to forfeit your non-refundable deposit. If you would like to get back on the waiting list again, you can do so by sending in another waiting list application form and another non-refundable deposit.
ScheduleMaster says my medical or flight review is about to expire, but that is not correct. What do I do?
The information in ScheduleMaster regarding when your medical and flight reviews is not accessible to change by members. This data is updated by the membership director to insure we have current docemention in the club files. If there is an error, please contact the membership director, or any Board Member to make the correction.
ScheduleMaster says I'm locked out because my medical or flight review is expired. What do I need to do?
When you get a new medical, or complete a flight review, please send a copy of the paperwork to the Membership Director via email and/or a copy in with your monthly payment. The information in ScheduleMaster regarding when your medical and flight reviews is not accessible to change by members. This data is updated by the Membership Director to insure we have current documentation in the club files. If there is an error, please contact the membership director, or any Board Member to make the correction. If your BFR has expired and you need to schedule a plane to complete your BFR, contact the Membership Director to allow you to make a schedule.
Logon to ScheduleMaster and review the information under 'Help'. You can also launch the on-line 'Training' option from the main page (just above your user name in the upper right hand corner).
Yes, T-Craft members can create and edit their aircraft schedules by calling 800-414-6114 and entering their user number and password.
Many of the documents published on this website use Adobe's Portable Document Format (and carry a file extension of .PDF). Adobe Reader software is required to view and print PDF files — and it's free from www.adobe.com. Versions are available for most major operation systems.
The billing cut off date is the 25th of each month. If you don't want to waste your minimum monthly flying hour, you must use it by midnight on the 25th.
You need to have 100 hours total time logged before you can apply for an upgrade to Class II. Fill out a Membership Upgrade Form, and come to the next board meeting with your logbook and a check. You'll need pay the difference between the Class I membership fee and Class II membership fee (with appropriate grandfather provisions if you joined when the membership rates were lower). If you don't have any previous experience in Cessna 182s, our insurance requires you have a minimum of 5 hours instruction in a 182.