These Scheduling Guidelines apply to all aircraft, not just reservations in one aircraft but any combination of reservations across all club aircraft.
1. No consecutive weekends (that is Saturday of one week through Sunday of the following week) without approval of a majority of the members in good standing. This applies to advance scheduling of the airplanes; if you wake up on a Saturday or Sunday, feel like flying, and a plane is available (not already reserved by somebody else), then you may reserve and take it on that day, notwithstanding the fact that you reserved a plane the prior or following weekend.
2. No more then two extended (7 days or more) scheduled periods per calendar year without prior approval of a majority of the members in good standing. No period longer then ten (10) days without prior approval of the Board of Directors or a majority of the members in good standing.
3. For any scheduled period of 4 days or more a period of equal time both before and after the scheduled period should be avoided, except as needed for currency or time available on the day of the flight.
4. No member shall have more then six (6) reservations on the schedule at any one time.
5. Reservations cannot be made more then one year in advance without prior approval of the Board of Directors or a majority of the members in good standing.
6. Members should place a notation the Aircraft Scheduling System listing your destination on cross-country flights.
7. Each aircraft will require pilot experience to meet the insurance guidelines before flying the aircraft solo. Current requirements are 25 hours in type, or 10 hours with an instructor, complex and high performance signoffs. Other FAA requirements are necessary as well.
1. Insurance requires pilot to be IFR certified before flying the Cessna 210 solo.