Webinar- Tips for Flying into EAA AirVenture 2018
EAA's volunteer NOTAM chairman Fred Stadler shares some hints and tips for reducing your pilot workload when flying into EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2018. Discussion will highlight the special requirements and procedures of the FAA-issued NOTAM.
Webinar- 164 Years of Glider Homebuilding and Future Glider Amateur Building
Murry Rozansky from the Experimental Soaring Association discusses the dedicated glider homebuilders who made and flew their experimental craft in the 19th century, which lead to the Wright brothers’ powered flight success in 1903.
Webinar- Pass Your Checkride 2018
Larry Bothe will help you prepare for and pass your checkride. Take control of the process and learn how to get ready and keep the examiner happy. He will review common mistakes in both the oral and flying portions and how to avoid them.
Webinar- Get Out of Dodge! Preparing for Cross-County Flight
Somewhere between solo and checkride, every student gets to venture away from home, for cross-country adventures. Prof. H. Paul Shuch, will help student and their instructors to prepare, and properly document, this exciting rite of passage.
Webinar- Inside the Crankcase
The crankcase of your aircraft engine contains the crankshaft, camshaft, connecting rods, bearings, gears, and other components that are collectively known as the "bottom end". Mike Busch takes you for a guided picture tour of these components.
Webinar- Flying Club Scheduling: Challenge or Strategic Advantage?
Scheduling and administration are typically cited in the top three areas that make or break a user’s experience with a flying club. Josh Bowser founder of Flight Circle will explore how to establish a great scheduling system.
Webinar- Your First Aerobatic Plane
Jim Bourke from the International Aerobatic Club will discuss considerations in choosing the right aerobatic plane for you to step into that won't be too limiting or boring too quickly, but also not too overwhelming to start in.