The Red-Tailed Hawks Flying Club is located in Mukilteo, Washington. It was founded in 2013 by Jesse Hayes, a former member of the Bronze Eagles. The club is part of the Black Pilots of America (BPA), Inc., a non-profit organization established in 1997. The Red-Tailed Hawks Flying Club is the first BPA chapter in Washington.

The club's name comes from several inspirations, including the Red Tail Tuskegee Airmen and the Seattle Seahawks football team. The Tuskegee Airmen were a group of Black U.S. military pilots who fought in World War II. The P-51 Mustang fighter aircraft they flew during combat missions were distinguished by the red markings on the tails, earning them the “Red Tails” nickname. The club's name also alludes to the red-tailed hawks, which are prolific birds living all over the United States and are adaptable to different climates.

The club offers RTH Flight Lessons for Youth (FLY), a flight training program held at Boeing Field, WA (BFI)