Distractions While Flying

This came across our 99s google listserv yesterday. It was posted by the Chair of the Utah Chapter, and thought it was worth sharing. I just read this article and loved it. I frequently take dogs and non-pilots with me…managing the chaos to minimize distractions is at the top of my brain every time I fly… have a read… FlySafe – Managing Distractions Distractions and interruptions can severely compromise flight…

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Our educational event is this coming Saturday at Buttonville airport.

Our educational event is this coming Saturday at Buttonville airport. You will obtain a Transport Canada Civil Aviation Safety Seminar (two year currency sticker) for the morning session. Spaces are limited so please don’t forget to register by Wednesday JANUARY 8th.  A few members of another flying club have expressed interest and remaining seats may be allocated to those members. To register, please R.S.V.P. to Elizabeth Walker (elizabethwalker2@hotmail.com / 905-459-3647) with the number of attendees and…

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Award of Excellence

FCC AWARD OF EXCELLENCE for 2019 –  This award is for Gals who have already received their PRIVATE or COMMERCIAL Licence and would like to join the 99s for the first time!! Attention FCC Members: If you see a gal working on her Private or Commercial licence who will complete her training by December 31, 2019, please let her know of this opportunity !  Although all of the Flight schools (CFIs)…

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2020 AE Scholarship applications are now available on line!!!

NOTAM from your AEMSF Trustees! Beginning with the 2020 application cycle, Chapters and Sections may submit only the number of applications permitted by their quota; Alternates will no longer be accepted. Additionally, Flight Training and Technical Training scholarships are limited to a maximum award of $20,000. If a rating or training opportunity exceeds that amount, we’d like to have the applicant provide a very specific “plan” concerning how they’d complete…

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