What’s the biggest hurdle to getting young people involved in aviation? Some might say that it’s the money; others might offer that it’s the lack of exposure to aviation or the lack of active involvement in the activity. In any of these cases, a new endeavor, the Lakeland Aero Club, starting up in Central Florida aims to answer those questions and more. The club was started by a group of interested pilots and other aviation supporters headed by Gulf Coast Avionics’ Rick Garcia with the primary intention of helping young aviation-minded adults get their ticket. The concept goes beyond training, however, seeking to immerse the young adults in the club not only in flying but in running a business.