Monthly Meeting

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: Attention: Due to Covid restrictions all meetings are temporarily suspended for the remainder of 2020.When we are able to resume, our new meeting schedule is the second Thursday monthly, 5:30pm social hour, followed by the meeting at 6:30. Social distancing and mask wearing policies followed.


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ABOUT THIS COURSE

NTSB Records indicate the need for pilots to become more familiar with how to operate at Non-Towered Airports. The Coalition for Aviation Safety Education (CASE) has put together this course as a guide to help outline best practices during a simulated corporate flight from St. Louis Downtown Airport to Montrose Regional Airport in Colorado after the towers at those airports have closed. The 7 authors of this presentation have a combined experience of • 309 years of flying with an average of 44 years each • 100,500 cumulative flight time exceeds an average of 14,357 each• 30,700 hours of dual given for an average of 4,385 hours each. They are current CFI’s, corporate and military pilots with lifetimes of teaching and a College Aviation Department Director, responsible for course development and execution.EARN WINGS CREDIT. This course qualifies for FAA Pilot Proficiency Program WINGS credit. WEBINAR SERIES Non-Towered Airport Operations February 23 & March 23 5pm Pacific

Coalition for Aviation Safety Education

PRESENTERS Elisa D’Antonio & Craig O’Mara

HOSTED BY Keith Mueller

The LIVE event will appear at these links at the scheduled time. Registration is not required, no additional software to download.

New Webinars available! (Also find a link on our Members page) https://www.eaa.org/eaa/news-and-publications/eaa-webinars?mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiWVRBd016TTBOVFkyWkRNNCIsInQiOiJcL2FyZGF2cVZtbk1RUkwyVllaMDNkc092Y0wxTEtoTWhkWnJGV1ZneVpaUVwvUklYQnZSMUxpckJodThrT0RtbU5PaVpmN2RFYlFzeTUzRDBETDNrVFUyTGlKTitsTm1kVTFVVE5DelpVU0t5TGpYcTZyejJlQlBmakdTaFZROXhZIn0%3D

The address is: 2215 suite A, Parrott Way (next to the LifeFlight Building in the FBO) Kelso, WA  98626.  See the map below for directions.

KLS FBO, Parrott Way – Kelso, WA  98626.  See the map below for directions.

Have you been thinking about coming to our meetings but don’t know how to find us?  We are conveniently located at the Kelso Washington Airport.

We are holding our meetings at the Southwest Regional airport F.B.O. (Airport acronym) which stands for Fixed Based Operation – in this case a great place called Kelso Aviation.

Each meeting is not only fun and entertaining but educational! – We share flying stories, talk about airplanes we are building and have a guest speaker that teach or train us on Aviation topics.  Young or old is welcome!  If you like Aviation this is the place you will want to come monthly to enjoy good company, fellowship and friendliness!   You don’t have to be a member to come but after coming a few times you feel you would like to be a member the cost is only $38 per year.  The dues help us to pay for our meeting space and utilities.  We also use extra funds that our organization collect’s for educational efforts to aid people to get their pilot’s licenses and even scholarships for careers in Aviation.

We want you to be a part of our group.  Our local chapter is part of a larger organization called the EAA which yearly hosts the world’s largest aviation gathering and fly in hosted at Oshkosh Wisconsin.   Many of our local members even fly airplanes they have built themselves the 1200 miles to Oshkosh to participate in the fly in.

We also host free flights where we fly many youngsters and adults for their very first flights our airplanes.  It’s quite an event with much excitement and participation.  We think you won’t find a better organization to be a part of.  Come and see for yourself.

If you like, call one of the members under Club Contacts tab.

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