Proceeds from the weathervane sales go towards the chapter’s scholarships to high school student and those pursuing their private pilot certificate.
Even though the airfield is private, Bobby and Kim Capozzi have opened it up, encouraging pilots to fly in, camp, and enjoy the many activities in the area.
“The pilots had a blast and the community response was remarkable.”
“There’s a lot of people who want to be connected to something and if we can do that for pilots, that’s a job well done.”
Did you know you can renew your CFI certificate without a flight instructor refresher course?
You can still earn WINGS pins, thanks to Avemco.
What’s better than saving money while flying? Winning money. And you can do both in the FAA’s WINGS Pilot Proficiency Program.
The podcast is a “quick recap of the week’s top general aviation news stories, so you know what’s going on throughout the industry, in under five minutes.”
99% of general aviation accidents are by pilots who don’t participate in the WINGS program.
Launched in 1996, the WINGS program encourages general aviation pilots to continue training and maintain proficiency — all in an effort to prevent aircraft accidents.