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Book Sim Time

  EAA 288 Simulator Instructors Jack Moray – john727@earthlink.net Carl Kretzer – kretzerc@juno.com Jim Hoyt – jimhoyt49@gmail.com Arthur Danley – aadanley1@gmail.com Craig Cousins – tigerpilot56@gmail.com Art Taxman – arttaxman@gmail.com Medford Bragg – mbragg02@aol.com Ted Chang – tc1234c@gmail.com Chris Martin – … Continue reading Book Sim Time

EAA 288 Gathering July 11, 2019

EAA 288 Gathering July 11, 2019 The next gathering of EAA Chapter 288 will be held in Keith Philip’s hangar, 222 Cessna Blvd, Port Orange (inside the Spruce Creek fly in community) on July 11 2019 at 1900 EDT. This month marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. Rick Weiss will be our speaker this Thursday evening. Rick was a launch operation engineer for NASA during the Apollo Program having launched all the manned Apollo missions. It’s no secret that the USA was successful in this mission, however, not many of us have had the opportunity to … Continue reading EAA 288 Gathering July 11, 2019

EAA 288 Gathering June 20, 2019

EAA 288 Gathering June 20, 2019 The next gathering of EAA Chapter 288 will be held in Keith Philip’s hangar, 222 Cessna Blvd, Port Orange (inside the Spruce Creek fly in community) on June 20, 2019 at 1900 EDT. This past weekend, we had a very successful young eagles event. To view photos of the event, click the link below. Thanks to our forever willing chief shutterbug “roofman” for his skillful photography work. https://paper.dropbox.com/doc/My-Paper-doc–AfSl3ScL58QbCl_Z2sPPCqGfAQ-vihO1ZrIEFyPJVwCkGfyZ This month’s featured speakers are: Matt Simmons and Butch Stevens will share pictures from their recent trip to The United Kingdom and France, to celebrate the … Continue reading EAA 288 Gathering June 20, 2019

IMC Meeting June 6, 2019

IMC Meeting June 6, 2019 IMC meeting Thursday, June 6th, 7pm at the Spruce Creek POA hangar, 212 Cessna Blvd All instrument pilots are welcome including wannabes and others looking to gain knowledge when the windscreen becomes milky and the vis disappears. We all can learn from the workshop discussions concerning the presented scenarios. This month two scenarios from PilotWorkshop will cover 1) a gear problem develops while practicing approaches in actual IMC, and 2) an IFR approach into a non-towered airport with traffic in the vicinity and poor comms with ATC. We’ll also entertain any discussions and concerns from … Continue reading IMC Meeting June 6, 2019