Aero Club & Flight Training Center

The Yokota Aero Club and Flight Training Center are located on Yokota Air Base near Tokyo, Japan. In addition to the Yokota community, we also serve US military installations of all branches of service.

We offer:

  • Airplane rentals
  • Pilot training
  • Scenic tours
  • Information about flight training, membership, and planes.

DSN 225-8988

Bldg. 4304

(Ashiya TLF Tower)

Email: (restricted to only .mil address)

All other emails address please use:

Tue–Sat 9 a.m.–5 p.m.

Sun/Mon/Hol Closed

Fam/Exr Normal

The Aero Club Office may be closed due to unscheduled Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Written Examinations. Please call to ensure we are available to serve you!

Aero Club Members may fly or receive instruction outside of regular operation hours by coordinating with an Instructor in advance.

Flight Training Tours: Call for reservations

Don’t think that you have to take flying lessons to enjoy the Flight Training Center and Aero Club’s services and programs.
The Yokota Aero Club has an option for non-fliers, aircraft enthusiasts, friends and families who do not want to or can’t become a pilot but would like to fly as a passenger to other airports and attend our social events.

Fees & Charges

Membership Fees
$35 One-Time Initiation Fee
$30 Monthly Dues
$35 Hourly Ground and Flight Instruction
We also offer select optional training aids and accessories for sale; please check with us on pricing and availability.

To become a member, please sign up at the Aero Club in person.

Type of Aircraft
Cessna 172M (N1840V & N22905)
Cessna 172F/H (N5241F & N4972R)


Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Written Examinations Yokota Flight Training Center is offering Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) / Joint Service Aviation Maintenance Technician Certification Council testing. Testing will be free of charge, by appointment only, and limited to the eligible individuals within the following groups:

– Active-duty, guard, and reserve component personnel of the United States
– Air Force (USAF), United States Army (USA) United States Coast Guard
– United States Marine Corps (USMC), and United States Navy (USN)
– United States military retirees
– United States military dependents
– Department of Defense (DoD) civilians
– Department of Homeland Security (DHS) civilians

For a summary of knowledge test eligibility requirements, for all
certification areas listed above, refer to the FAA Airman Knowledge Testing
Authorization Matrix located at: