Past Flight Center Events

January 19 (Sat) 12pm- Spin and Stall in the ICON A5

We welcome Michael Matson from ICON as he shares the ins and outs of stalls and spin awareness and resistance of the A5. 

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January 16 (Wed) 7pm- Piper Saratoga Systems

Join CFI Herb Patten as he reviews the systems of this aircraft why it has earned its reputation as a workhorse in the industry.

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January 12 (Sat) 12pm- A Deeper Look at Airworthiness

We welcome airplane owner James Sloan as he shares the things he learned as a new owner that he didn't learn as a pilot. 

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January 9 (Wed) 7pm- Air Taxi- What You Can and Cannot Do with Charters

Join Captain Ben Taber as he reviews what pilots can and cannot do and how to stay out of trouble in the terms of Part 135 Charters.

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January 5 (Sat) 12pm- On Board Radar

We welcome Tom McGrath as he tells us more about TBM on board radar- what it can tell us and how. 

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Cross Country Planning - DELAYED DUE TO ILLNESS

Join CFI Drew Shevelow as he shares what he learned, even as a flight instructor, on his cross country flight. 

 

Jan 2 2019 UPDATE - We will postpone this presentation, as the presenter is ill and unable to be here.  Look for the event to be rescheduled soon.

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December 19 (Wed) 7pm- G1000 for the IFR Pilot KMFD to KCEC

We welcome back Tom McGrath as he gives us a practical look at the G1000 vertical profile. 

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December 15 (Sat) 12pm- How a Helicopter Works

We welcome Rotor and ASEL pilot, Michael Dutton, as he shares how pilots keep a relative unstable aircraft remarkably stable. 

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December 12 (Wed) 7pm- Transitioning & Talking with Travis ATC

Join us in welcoming Captain Bruce Bain as he comes to discuss Travis ATC operations and how talking with them can really smooth out the airspace. 

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December 8 (Sat) 12pm- Beyond Simple Airspace

Join CFI Herb Patten as he guides us through an exploration of strange airspace and how to remain compliant with regulations when faced with confusing charted airspace.

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