“Taming the Twin: Four Rules for Safe Multiengine Flying” looks at proactive steps pilots can take to ensure a safe outcome on every multiengine flight. [Read more…]
Two deadlines are approaching for individuals interested in applying for a Women in Aviation International (WAI) scholarship for 2017.
In order to apply, you must be a WAI member as of Nov. 1, 2016. Scholarship applications must be submitted online or postmarked no later than Nov. 14, 2016. New this year, all applications may be submitted online at WAI.org. [Read more…]
The initiative, part of AOPA’s You Can Fly program, will provide a refresher on VFR procedures tailored to professional pilots who want to fly for fun again. The seminar is free of charge and breakfast will be provided. [Read more…]
BOZEMAN, Montana — The Recreational Aviation Foundation (RAF) has added two members to its board of directors.
Jack Tyler of Bozeman and Bill McGlynn of Leavenworth, Washington, will take on roles associated with the RAF’s mission of preserving and creating airstrips for recreational access. [Read more…]
If you are hunting for a gift for the aviation enthusiast in your life, the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) has a few ideas.
EAA’s headquarters in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, offers rides in a 1929 Travel Air 4000 bi-plane from May through October. Besides feeling the wind in your face at a thousand feet up, the grass runway makes for a takeoff and landing experience unlike any commercial flight, association officials note. [Read more…]