Avemco Insurance Co. Vice President Mike Adams will present “What Kind of Pilot Runs Out of Gas?” at the Rochester, N.Y., Safety Stand Down Saturday, June 14. Adams will illustrate how a flight’s fuel looks right, until it isn’t.
The course content has been approved for the FAASTeam Pilot Proficiency Program (commonly known as WINGS) and counts as one credit for Basic Knowledge Level 3. WINGS is a voluntary Pilot Proficiency Program offered by the FAA. To learn more about the FAA WINGS program click here.
In addition, Avemco policyholders who attend this seminar can qualify for Safety Rewards credits on their annual insurance premiums. Avemco’s Safety Rewards Program recognizes the importance of pilots’ training relevant to the type of aircraft and operations in which they actively fly. They are rewarded for that education with premium credits for Avemco-approved training.
“We are passionate about helping to promote the safety education of our general aviation pilots and aircraft owners. The Rochester Safety Stand Down brings together pilots, CFIs, aviation mechanics and the interested public to promote aviation and safety; we are proud to be a partner of this great event,” notes Adams.
Adams is Avemco’s Vice President of Underwriting, an instrument-rated pilot, and a former president of the Oregon Pilots Association.
For more information on the Rochester 2014 aviation event click here.
Avemco has been insuring airplanes and pilots since 1961. Headquartered in Frederick, Maryland, the company has financial strength ratings of “AA (Very Strong)” from Standard & Poor’s Corporation, “A+ (Superior)” from A.M. Best Company, Inc. and “AA (Very Strong)” from Fitch Ratings.