The South Jersey Aero Club is a fraternal organization of aviation enthusiasts, both pilots and nonpilots (associates). Pilot members have full voting rights, may schedule the aircraft, and may serve as Club officers. Associates generally are those who have not yet earned their private licenses, those who have decided to suspend flying, or those who just enjoy the camaraderie of an organization dedicated to the fun of flight. Associates are also given “preferred status” if and when they decide to move up to full pilot membership.

Regular meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at the RiverWinds Community Center in West Deptford NJ, the Club’s hangar at Cross Keys Airport, and other designated meeting places. Check the Meetings page for the most up-to-date location for a given meeting date.


The South Jersey Aero Club originated in 1963 with forty eight members and one airplane, a 1946 Aeronca 7AC. In the over 59 years since its formation, the Club has moved its home airport from Flying W to Kettle Run and currently to Cross Keys Airport in Williamstown, NJ. During this time, the number of airplanes and members have varied.

Currently, SOJAC membership allows for fifteen Pilot Members with access to a Piper Archer II. The aircraft is hangared year-round at Cross Keys Airport (17N) in Williamstown, NJ.

To learn more about becoming a member please visit the Join page.