The Classic Airplane Association of Arizona, Inc. (CAAA) was incorporated in Arizona as a not for profit corporation on January 10, 2014. The CAAA roster includes over 100 members. Although most are from Arizona, membership is open to anyone anywhere who has an interest in antique aircraft. It is not necessary to own an aircraft or to have a pilot license to become a member. Meetings are held on the second Sunday of each month, usually in Casa Grande. A monthly newsletter keeps the members informed and offers a forum for antique aeronautica and other aviation related items. The organization is supported solely by donations from businesses and individuals and our annual fund raiser, the Cactus Fly-In.
The Cactus Fly-In is held the first weekend in March in the laid-back environment of an uncontrolled airport. The emphasis is on aircraft and the people that restore, build, maintain, fly, and talk about aircraft. It is an easygoing, memorable annual social event in contrast to other venues that focus on air races, air shows, air events, commercialism, growth, and profit. AND we have no PA system to annoy you while you are looking at the aircraft and talking with your friends. With the exception of vendors, the Fly-In is manned totally by volunteers.
The Classic Airplane Association of Arizona, Inc. is a not for profit organization dedicated to the preservation and flying of antique aircraft. It is not necessary to own an aircraft, or to be a pilot, to be an CAAA member.
The membership dues are used to cover meeting costs and the expense of distributing the monthly newsletter and special event announcements. To become an CAAA member, please download and print the 2017 CAAA Membership Application. Once completed, please send your application and check to the address provided on the form.
– Member: $20.00 (per person)
– Associate Family Member: $5.00 each
*Note: A full membership allows the member to vote and to serve as an officer or director. Each family must have at least one full member. All other family members may be associate members, but they will not be able to vote or hold office.