Past Flight Center Events

September 6 (Wed) 7:00pm 9 Ways I Almost Killed Myself

It’s always better to learn from someone else’s mistakes.

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September 2 (Sat) 1:00pm SCFC End-of-Summer BBQ

The first Saturday of each month brings the SCFC Montly BBQ! This month we say goodbye to a fun filled summer with a look back on what we accomplished.  Join us for a BBQ!

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Sep 2 (Sat) 12:00pm Bendix Kings KLN 89B and KLN 94 plus Garmin 430 GPS Navigators

These navigators still perform excellently in today’s NAS if you know what buttons to push.

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August 30 (Wed) 7:00pm Ins and Outs of ADS-B

Why wait until 2020 to take advantage of this incredible technology

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August 26 (Sat) 12:00pm Navigating the Burbank Class C Airspace for the JPL FOG Trip

The NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology

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August 23 (Wed) 7:00pm Jeppesen Charts now available in ForeFlight

A comparison between the government Aeronav and Jeppesen Charts

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August 19 (Sat) 10:00am Radio Communication Workshop

Learn how to make radio communication easier and safer for all pilots.

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August 16 (Wed) 7:00pm Lawyers Secrets from the BAR

Insight into FARs from legal Interpretations from the Chief Counsel office.

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August 12 (Sat) 12:00pm : The Life and Disappearance of WWII Pilot Gertrude Tompkins

Of the 38 Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASPs) confirmed or presumed dead in World War II, only one—Gertrude “Tommy” Tompkins—is still missing. On October 26, 1944, the 32-year-old fighter plane pilot lifted off from Mines Field in Los Angeles. She was never seen again.

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August 9 (Wed) 7:00pm: *Cancelled* How Not to Violate Part 135 Regulations Governing Air Carrier Operations

Air Transport Pilot and Check Airman Capt. Ben Taber will present some common ways that pilots may inadvertently cross the line, and expose themselves to harsh penalties. He also shows the numerous restrictions that air carriers have to protect the flying public. Protect your certificate! Join us in this discussion, and improve your understanding of the privileges and limitations of your certificate.

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