The Paramus Flying Club is situated at two locations: One at The Essex County Caldwell (CDW) and the other at the Linden Airports in New Jersey (LDJ). The Club was formed 50-years ago and is a non-profit organization with four airplanes that include two Cessna 172 Skyhawks, one (high-performance) Skylane C182, and one complex, high-performance Cessna 182 RG.

Two planes are kept at the Linden Airport for the Central New Jersey and New York members. The other two planes are kept at the Essex County Caldwell Airport for the Northern New Jersey members. Club members have the choice to fly at either location. The planes can be rented for flight training but the certified flight instructor must be club-approved.

Upon joining the club, members pay an equity share in addition to monthly dues and rental fees. Monthly meetings are held the first Thursday of the month in the Aviation Hall of Fame at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey. The airplanes are reserved for the following Sunday for a club breakfast flight, weather permitting. Previous club trip destinations have included Kitty Hawk and Quebec City, Washington D.C., and Dayton, Ohio.