What is SOJAC?

The South Jersey Aero Club is a fraternal organization of aviation enthusiasts, both pilots and non-pilots (associates). The Club was organized in 1963 with forty-eight members and one airplane, a 1946 Aeronca 7AC. In the over 50 years since its formation, the Club has moved its home airport from Flying W in Medford, to Kettle Run in Evesham Twp., and currently to Cross Keys Airport in Williamstown.

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During this time, the number of aircraft and members has varied. Currently, SOJAC membership ranges between ten and fifteen pilots and associates.

For a PDF version of our current Club brochure, click here.

SOJAC aircraft are hangared year-round.