9/12/23 Message from Condor President Keith McPherson: It is with a very heavy heart that I relate to you the passing of Linda Lewis, a dear Condor friend and the wife of member Jan Lewis.

Linda always brightened our various social functions, and enjoyed flying with Jan in their Cessna 210.

More recently, you know Linda as the Co-Founder of the Lewis “Freedom of Flight” Scholarship Program, which provides young pilots an opportunity to pursue the same passion for aviation that Linda enjoyed.

To support Linda’s dream, the family has asked that, in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the Scholarship Program at the following link: https://www.givesendgo.com/Lindalewis

Please keep Linda and the Lewis family in your thoughts and prayers through this difficult time.

Fly High and Rest in Peace, Linda. You will be missed.

Fly Safely. Fly Often. Fly Condor!

Fly Safely. Fly Often. Fly Condor!

Fly Safely. Fly Often. Fly Condor!

Welcome to the Condor Aero Club!

The Condor Aero Club was founded on March 19, 1957 for the purpose of promoting personal flying and general aviation.  The club is operated under a Charter and set of Operating Rules approved by a Board of Trustees who are elected by the membership.

Meetings, open to the public, are held at the Zelienople Municipal Airport on the first Tuesday of each month at 8:00pm, usually with a social event starting at 7:30pm.  Topics include Club business, programs of general aviation interest, and networking with a group of fellow pilots.  If you are interested in learning more about our Club, please join us!

We are located at the Zelienople Municipal Airport (KPJC), approximately 28 miles north of Pittsburgh, PA. The address for the airport is 100 Tasa Drive, Zelienople, PA 16063. To find Condor, upon entering the airport property on Tasa Drive, proceed to the very end of Tasa Drive and turn right into the parking lot. Park near hangar 720. The Condor hangar is the second hangar in and the entrance to the pilot’s lounge is on the east end of the hangar as shown. Use caution when walking between the hangars…this is an active taxiway!