Our Arrow Hits the Mark
On December 19th, Cloud One got its newly updated bird back from repairs and renovations. Our 1968 Piper Arrow 180 had repair work done on the landing gear and skin due to some hail damage. In the process it received new paint with a dark blue, gold and black paint scheme. The interior is an off white with navy carpet. Each of the club members were involved in every decision and had a vote on the choice of colors and fabric. Thank you to all who participated in the interior detail work, disassembly and transport of our Arrow. Here at Cloud One we take pride in the care and maintenance of our aircraft because we are the owners of the airplanes and have a vested interest in how they look and fly. It is a unique club in that regard.
In the few months it has been back,
the Arrow is the popular bird to take up. But can you blame the pilots
with such a great looking airplane!
The Cloud One Flying Club is a 25 year old non-profit organization based at the Downtown Airport (KMKC) in Kansas City, MO. The 18 club members each own an equal share of the 1968 Piper Arrow 180 and the 1976 Cessna 172M that make up the club fleet.
Born out of a desire to fly well maintained aircraft economically, the Cloud One Flying Club still makes this possible today.
Because each club member is an owner, unlike the renting environment, care is taken by all to insure safety, compliance, and quality in both of our aircraft.
The club currently has three approved flight instructors who are available to help you in pursing that next rating, or just to help you stay current in your flying. Our dynamic scheduling process and rules are fair to everyone who wants to fly for a yearly vacation, training or just poking holes in the sky. As far as our members, we are a diverse and dynamic group of folks who have come together to share their love of flying.
or Gene Keohan
816 838-4596 cell