News Archive

News Articles Archive

  • NOTAM October Newsletter
    BCF NOTAM Newsletter
    Starting the New Year off right the Bayou City Flyers club newsletter returns with the effort of our new Newsletter Editor - Joe Chauffe. What is the NOTAM? The FAA uses the acronym for "Notice To Airmen". It's a notice containing a wealth of information that may include facility changes, procedures, hazards, etc. It is also the name of the club Newsletter. Historically when the club was the Alief Air Force the newsletter was called the AAF Flyer.
  • BCF-2019
    Dec Meeting / 2020 Club Officers
    The club had its annual December meeting December 7th at Rudy’s BBQ in Katy. Everyone enjoyed great BBQ lunch along with the fun of voting for 2020 Board of Officers and participating in prize drawings. All-in-all was a fun time had by all.  Congratulations to our incumbent / newly re-elected officers and to our new Secretary – Gerald (Jerry) Wilson.  We all look forward to your continuing leadership and support.
  • Cubs and Cousins flyer
    CUBS & Cousins Fun Fly & STOL Event (OCT 5th)
    COME JOIN US OCTOBER 5th, 2019 Bayou City Flyers is hosting another great event – CUBS & Cousins Fun Fly & STOL Event.  Bring that Piper Cub, Carbon Cub, Super Cub or any “High Wing Cousin” and join us in a FUN FLY event featuring STOL (Short Takeoff & Landings) as well as other fun challenges. STAY TUNED FOR MORE INFORMATION!
  • GREAT 3rd Annual BCF Warbird Event: Hosted July 19 & 20th, 2019
    Bayou City Flyers hosted its 3rd Annual Warbird Event at Dick Scobee Memorial Airfields in George Bush Park. We had a great turnout of pilots, volunteers, vendors and members of the public. The weather was good, typically hot, a little breezy but right down the runway most the time. Although we lost a few planes (RIP) and some dramatically, the flying was outstanding including the Gaggle!, Jets, TurboProp, Formation Flights, Scale and Aerobatics. Several vendors showed up to support the event and we thank them for their support along with sponsor Randy Hobbies and look forward to their continued support. […]
  • Found Planes – July, 2019
    John Haskell’s “Search & Rescue” multi-rotor continues to locate radio controlled aircraft in the vicinity of Dick Scobee Memorial Airfields within George Bush Park. Four of the previously found planes have been claimed by the owners with this one remaining. Photos of the model a/c can be accessed by clicking on the title of this post. For an expanded view of the a/c, click on the photo of it. Contact BCF Club Secretary John Haskell if you know anything about ownership of the a/c by clicking on the Members & Membership page to this website then clicking on Contact Us […]