Jeppesen and Think Global Flight have chosen the recipients of the Fall Jeppesen Give-Away.
The recipients are eligible to choose from one of two Jeppesen training packages valued at approximately $500-$900.
For every $1 donated to Think Global Flight, the supporter is entered to win one of two Jeppesen packages. The first package includes the Navigator flight bag, FAR/AIM book, and choice of one online training course. The second choice includes one year full U.S. JeppView electronic chart (excludes avionics) subscription with free download of Jeppesen iPad app–Mobile FliteDeck, and Navigator flight bag.
Jeppesen’s support will help fuel the excitement created as the Think Global Flight Crew travels the globe promoting education and inspiring students, according to officials. The project has succeeded in generating more than $900,000 toward the $1 million needed to accomplish the mission. Currently more than 20,000 students and teachers are participating across the globe, in 25 countries and 31 U.S. States.
Raphael Soler, one of two Jeppesen fall recipients, is from Oxfordshire, UK. Soler stated, “I couldn’t have asked for a better addition to my training experience than the Jeppesen online training course for commercial pilots. This is going to make my life so much easier.”
“As a student pilot and somebody with a great passion for flight I truly believe that aviation is an outstanding way of channeling inspiration to future generations and thus enabling them to achieve their hopes and dreams,” he said. “For this reason I admire and support what Think Global Flight does and hope that I will be able to contribute just as the Think Global Crew has.”
The Spring Jeppesen Give-Away is underway now, and two recipients will win the packages of their choice right before the Think Global Flight departs this April at SUN ’n FUN in Lakeland, Fla.
Jeppesen joins other industry leaders in supporting this endeavor, including top level donors such as Abingdon Co., Air Journey, AOPA, Cirrus Aircraft, Garmin, Guidance Aviation, Sennheiser, Signature Flight Service, AVweb, iFlightPlanner, SpiderTracks, Aerox Oxygen Systems, Michelin Aircraft Tire, and the Wolf Aviation Fund.
For more information: ThinkGlobalFlight.org