Runway Status Lights Are Coming to an Airport Near You

Runway Status Lights Are Coming to an Airport Near You
Notice Number: NOTC3171

Flightplans September 2011


New opportunities for members of Delaware Aviation Support

Welcome to our new web page. As we grow, watch for member discounts for surrounding aviation companies as we help support our local aviation community.

If you are a business in aviation who would like to participate please contact us, and if you are a member who has an idea of a business that would help our membership please contact us.


Delaware Aviation Hall of Fame Newsletter

FAA has clarified the term “actively engaged” for IA

Notice Number: NOTC3143

Kitty Halk Glider celebration

October 21-24: Kitty Hawk, NC. Soaring 100. Centennial Celebration & Commemoration of Orville Wright's 1911 World Record Glider Flight of 9 minutes and 45 seconds that introduced modern soaring. 1911 Glider Replica Flights, symposia, Sailplane landings at Wright Brothers National Memorial, youth activities, NASA, and more. Contact Karen Warlitner, 252-305-1002.


FAA news

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National Heliport Survey for All Helicopter Pilots
Notice Number: NOTC3130

FlightPlans - June 2011

I am excited to report that the our new website is getting off the is about to go online. We have been col-
lecting information we feel will be useful to local pilots and hope to expand into being one of your go-to sites. To be successful, we will need input from
you. Tell us what we have missed and what you would like to see. Our new site will include links to local business, organizations and airports; an archive

FlightPlans - March 2011

DAVID MOFFITT. I am sorry to report after a long illness, Dave died late last year. Dave has been a vital part of Delaware aviation for many years. He was one of the
original board members of DASi and longtime editor of this very newsletter. His love of aviation history lead him to become a “founding father” of Delaware Aviation

FlightPlans - December 2010

I would like to take a few lines to tell you about aviation and myself. I grew up with a dad who wished he could fly. He took us to lots of air shows. My first small airplane flight was with a friend of my dad’s. He was a Flying Farmer and a good pilot, but it wasn’t a great experience for me, I began feeling woozy as he frequently tipped the plane over on one wing to cheerfully show me something that seemed to be directly underneath us. Later, my dad began taking me along on one of his flying lessons. I became hooked, and soon they were letting me fly, too.


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