Frequently Asked Questions

We have put together a list of frequently asked questions to help users of our web site answer questions that are usually asked of us during the course of a sales call conversation. We have divided the FAQ listing into categories to help make navigation easier.

If you still have a question and it's not answered in these FAQs, please contact us and we'll be happy to answer your question.

4 - Flying Club

In the event of an incident with one of our aircraft, the pilot is liable for the insurance deductible. For flying club members, Leighnor Aircraft will pay the deductible in the event of an accident.

We would still advise pilots to carry renter’s insurance regardless as that insurance protects more liability than just insurance deductibles.

The flying club is not a club because we do not have meetings, super-secret decoder rings or a secret initiation.

The flying club is a monthly subscription that guarantees a pilot the lowest hourly rental rate on all of our aircraft.

Category: 4 - Flying Club
  1. The lowest hourly rental rate on all of our aircraft.
  2. Waiving of insurance deductibles payment in the event of an accident.
Category: 4 - Flying Club

Fill out the membership actions form to either begin or end a flying club membership. You must have a credit card on file in Flight Schedule Pro to begin a membership.

Your membership will bill immediately and every month thereafter until a membership is cancelled.

Please provide 5 business days notification of intent to cancel membership so we may remove the auto-pay billing. If a request is received late, the subscription will cancel at the end of the next billing period.

Category: 4 - Flying Club

Absolutely yes! Using money on account and the flying club membership is the most cost-effective way to fly.

Here’s why – when you purchase money on account, the purchase adds credits to your Flight Schedule Pro account to reduce the hourly rental rate.

When you fly, you consume those dollars in your Flight Schedule Pro account at the standard hourly rate.

However, if you’re in the flying club, you are consuming those hours at the flying club rate and not the standard hourly rate. Thus your credits and purchase will last longer.

Money on account cannot be used to pay the monthly subscription or dues to the flying club.

You must have a credit card on file for flying club payments.

All flight time can be paid by money on account but not the flying club membership.

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