Who Are We?
A non-commercial organization formed in 1972 with over 3,000 Comanche owners, pilots, and others who love these aircraft, singles and twins. We are run by members who are elected annually. Our goal is to provide information to keep Comanches flying economically and safely and topromote friendship among members.
In many countries on the six continents of the world: Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North and South America, and the United Kingdom. In the U.S., there are seven regional groups (Tribes) that have their own Fly-Ins; also the Australian, European, and Southern African Tribes sponsor Fly-Ins.
What Do We Do?
We exchange information and experiences about our airplanes, we make friends, and we have fun! We also help members with their technical needs (including parts), safe operation of the planes, our publications, and members’ maintenance tips.
What Do You Get? Lots!!!
Our monthly magazine, Comanche FLYER (12 issues per year), is packed with helpful material. Chances are good that this information will save you much more than you pay in dues.
Our great website: www.comancheflyers.com with lots of great information you can use including a roster that indexes ICS members by name, state, and airplane number.
Access to technical expertise along with member discounts on certain parts.
Affiliation with your regional Tribe; opportunities to attend Fly-Ins and our annual convention. These are both social and educational. A great way to make new friends.
Membership card and certificate that you will be proud to frame and display in your home or office.