DOWNLOAD NEW FLIGHTPLANS Winter/Spring Newsletter

Type: Newsletter
Author: Delaware Aviation Support
Year of Publishing: 2014
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UPCOMING EVENTS

WINGS seminar at Brandywine Airport

Wednesday, April 30, 2014.

Brandywine Airport.7:00 PM.

"A Change In The Weather?"
Preparations For The Early Spring Cross Country Flying Season American Helicopter Museum,

Brandywine Airport
1220 American Blvd,
Brandywine Airport,
West Chester, PA 19380.

Great Spring Day

Went flying last Saturday. It was a little bumpy and slightly hazy, but a beautiful morning to fly. Here's a view of the New Jersey coastline.

FAA Safety Briefing March - April 2014 Getting Back in the Game

Latest issue of FAA Safety Briefing "Getting Back in the Game"

read online or download PDF EPUB or MOBI

http://www.faa.gov/news/safety_briefing/

Don’t Let Your Flight Go A-Fowl Keeping Your Metal Bird Free of Nestsby Frank Conway

Getting Back in the Game Retracing Footprints Left in the Sky by Tom Hoffmann

Hands Off Preventing Stalls with the Proper Use of Trim by Gene Hudson

16 Shifting Gears Tips for Tackling Transition Training by Susan Parson

Thanks to AIRCRAFT RESCUE and FIRE FIGHTING

We had a great time.

Take online flight classes at Utah Valley University

1,600 students worldwide take online flight classes

by Caleb Warnock - Daily Herald
April 05, 2014

OREM -- If you want to be certified to fly, UVU is the place for you -- and the world.

Most people may be startled to know that while UVU's flight school has 200 students on campus, it has an additional 1,600 students learning to fly online.

FAA considers imposing limits on certain SLSA regardless of pilot certification

FAA Order Would Hamper Development of Electric Airplanes, Warns AOPA
Draft order would impose restrictions on several class of general aviation aircraft, including electric-powered models, restricting the areas they could operate.

FAA forecast for GA predicts dimming future

Warning signs in FAA forecast
March 30, 2014 by Charles Spence

The recently released forecast by the FAA for 2014 to 2034 is generally upbeat for aviation, but when digging into the big report it had a picture not so rosy for much of general aviation. This should send an alert to GA’s alphabet groups and those in the industry to rev up their programs.

AOPA aims to get "Rusty Pilots" back in the Air.

The research is conclusive: Most lapsed pilots would happily return to the left seat if only the path forward didn’t seem so daunting.

Here’s the good news: It isn’t.

AOPA helps pilots get back in the air with the new Rusty Pilots program.To show the way, AOPA is introducing a new national program offering rusty pilots a total package—the place, the people, and the plan—to return to flying.

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