History of the community

From repairs to round trips

Since 1988, TTCF has been providing owners and operators with nose-to-rudder technical support to safely live their passion. Since our first flight, the publication has released over 300 editions.

Today, the club includes about 1,500 members and industry leading partners from around the world.

Commitment to community

A shared community dedicated to the safety and preservation of the Twin Cessna fleet.

As the most trusted source for all things Twin Cessna, TTCF propels general aviation forward with active contribution to groups like the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA), the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA), and the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA). 

In unfortunate circumstances, our experts are counted on by regulatory bodies like the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) to weigh-in on crashes and OEM technical support. 

And we are closely affiliated with legendary aircraft manufacturing Textron Aviation (makers of the Cessna) to provide feedback on existing equipment and concept development.

As an industry veteran of over 35 years, we help all Twin Cessna owners and operators stay safe and ensure we keep this fleet alive for many years to come.

Your crew on every flight

Core members of the organization

Whether you fly solo or with a co-pilot, our team is with you from tarmac to touchdown. See who helps make TTCF possible.

Christian Pancake

TTCF Executive Director & Director of Business Development

Marla Pancake

Editor, TTCF and Vice President of TAS Aviation, Inc.

Anthony (Tony) R. Saxton

Founder/President of TAS Aviation, TTCF Director of Technical Support

Tony Saxton, Advisory Board Member, is also The Twin Cessna Flyer Director of Technical Support. He is also the founder and owner of TAS Aviation in Defiance, Ohio. TAS Aviation completes hundreds of annual inspections on Twin Cessna aircraft each year along with many extensive repairs and modifications. As a result, Tony is one of the world’s leading experts on these aircraft. In 1992 Tony received the FAA Maintenance Technician of the Year. He is an A&P, IA, and the lead instructor of the renowned Twin Cessna Flyer Systems and Engine Seminars. Tony is available to answer the technical questions of our members though our Tech Support Portal.

advisory team

Bill Whiteford

Shenandoah Valley, VA

Ken Clute

Las Vegas, NV

Barney Welch

Oklahoma City, OK

Tim Persson

Kansas City, MO

Bob Thomason

Charlotte, NC