GGA Membership

Help Keep 'em Flyin'

When you become a member, when you buy something from us, you are helping to keep these magnificent aircraft flying!!! We do not receive any government funding, local or federal. So, every dollar we spend must be raised.

-Free 15-minute scenic daylight flight booked March-July 4 or Sept-Nov, 2015
-Free C47 Ground School (class offered once in the spring and once in the fall)
-10% off A26 Ground School (next class March 1, another to be announced in the fall)
-Join GGA on weekend trips to airshows (as space permits)
-10% off SIC C47 Type Rating ($550 in savings)
-10% off C47 Pilot Experience ($50 in savings)

To book your free scenic daylight flight, which will begin March 7, 2015, email Member flights must be taken during 2015 and will not carry forward to 2016. We offer flights frequently on Saturday mornings, some Sunday mornings and occasionally during the week and evenings, depending on demand.

To book C47 Ground School, next one is Sat, Feb. 21 from 8 am to 5 pm, email The next A26 Ground School is Sun, March 1 from 8 am to 5 pm, regular cost is $125, with membership discount it’s $112.50. To book, email and an invoice will be sent to you that can be paid online with debit/credit card.

Our sister organization, the A-26 Legacy Foundation in conjunction with the TWH Foundation of New Hampshire has issued a challenge to raise funds for the engine overhauls on the Greatest Generation Aircraft's A-26A, Special K. TWH Foundation will donate $1 for every dollar donated to the A-26 Legacy Foundation up to $75,000 in one year. In other words, if a person donates $5, it becomes $10 for Special K's engines. Checks or money orders may be sent to the A-26 Legacy Foundation, Attn: Mr. Don Vogler, Chairman, 88 Fitch Road, Jaffrey, NH 03452. Or visit their website: to use the credit card or PayPal button to donate. All donations are tax deductible as they are a 501c3 organization. Won't you help get Special K back into the air to carry out her last mission, to honor the Viet Nam vets who deserve to have their stories told?