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Since 1967, the Denver Flyers, formerly known as the Skyhawks Flying Club, have safely and economically delivered the adventure of general aviation to pilots in the Denver, Colorado area. Based at the beautiful Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport (KBJC), the Denver Flyers offer flying club members the opportunity to pursue their passion for personal aviation while continuing to learn and grow as pilots.

The mission of the Denver Flyers is to help our members fly more and fly safer. We accomplish this through providing a variety of well-equipped airplanes at affordable rates, fostering a culture of continued learning and development, and embracing a welcoming community of like-minded pilots.

Our planes support a variety of missions, ranging from quick weekend getaways in a sporty Mooney M20J that is coming soon, to longer family trips in our spacious Cessna 182P. Within our member ranks, we have two CFIs able to help sharpen your skills, pursue a new rating, or simply gain familiarity with our area and aircraft.

See for yourself what we’ve been up to. If you like it, come fly with us and join one of the longest operating flying clubs in Colorado! Contact us to find out how.

Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport

ATIS:126.25 (303-466-8744)
AWOS-3:Tel. 720-887-8067
METRO TOWER:118.6 123.95 233.7
METRO GROUND:121.7
DENVER APPROACH:126.1 360.75
DENVER DEPARTURE:126.1 360.75
CLEARANCE DELIVERY:132.6
CTAF:118.600

Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport

Centennial Airport

ATIS:120.3 (303-799-6722)
ASOS:Tel. 720-873-2799
CENTENNIAL TOWER:118.9
CENTENNIAL GROUND:121.8
DENVER APPROACH:269.3 132.75 269.3
DENVER DEPARTURE:269.3 132.75 269.3
CLEARANCE DELIVERY:128.6
UNICOM:122.950

Centennial Airport

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