Aviation Events Calendar
Spotlighting Safety and Pilot Proficiency
A very nice Aviation Event Calendar!
You may visit FAASAFETY.GOV for more info & to register for many of the following events that feature FAA WINGS credit. Others listings have their information and contact data described. This calendar will usually list a much larger panorama of aviation events than FAASAFETY.GOV allows for. You are invited to submit your event for publication within our Aviation Events Calendar to: email@example.com
Now also featured herein are EAA Webinars. These live multimedia presentations are informative and interactive, allowing the presenter to use slides and audio, while audience members can ask questions and be polled for their opinion. - System Requirements for Attendees - You can easily attend a session from anywhere, anytime using a compatible computer or mobile device! To get the most out of GoToWebinar, you can download and install the full-feature desktop software on your Windows and Mac computer. - See Download GoToWebinar for your download options. You can also check your system's compatibility automatically. Some EAA Webinars qualify for credit in the FAA's WINGS or AMT awards program. Visit www.faasafety.gov for details. The Listings Here for EAA Webinars are dedicated to the memory of Tom Hastings, long time EAA member/builder, whose Cirrus VK-30 was featured in the movie 16R. He was an ardent supporter of EAA Young Eagles. A tragic flight accident claimed his life; as well as his daughter's, her husband and their child's.
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13. "Flight Control Failures What to Do" with Ron Berinstein cfii FAASTeam VNY rep. - webmaster SCAUWG.ORG. WHAT do we do when the flight controls we need don't work? Rudder Failure, Aileron Failure, Elevator Failure. Our subject tonight: Major accident video and discussion about the pilot skills you might need to survive. PROTEUS AIR SERVICES, 2501 Airport Ave., Santa Monica, CA 90405 7 p.m.
13. "Parachuting! For Sport and Emergency" - Sport and Emergency use of Personal Parachutes - John Wayne Airport Administration Building
3160 Airway Ave., Costa Mesa, CA - Costa Mesa, CA 92626 - If you engage in aerobatic flight, wearing and use of a personal parachute is a Federal Aviation Regulation requirement to take seriously. FARs require that not only a sport jumper, but the pilot of the jump aircraft must also qualify and adhere to regulations. Whether you jump for sport, or are in an aerobatic emergency, advanced knowledge and planned responses only make good survival sense. This seminar will cover the care and cleaning of personal parachutes, their storage, periodic maintenance, preparation and emergency use if needed. Planning to survive an unintended situation is vital. And, as a bonus: A two minute video inside the C-47 of jumpers reenacting the Normandy D-day invasion. 7 p.m.
14. US Helicopter Safety Team Annual Meeting 2019 - 2-day Meeting With Industry & Government Experts To Discuss The State Of The Industry And Helicopter Safety Enhancements - Wednesday, August 14, 2019, starting at 08:00 Pacific Daylight Time - Speaker(s): Various speakers from the USHST and industry. The U.S. Helicopter Team (USHST) has announced the location and preliminary details of its annual meeting for 2019. The meeting will be held at the Robinson Helicopter Company in Torrance, California on August 14-15, 2019. Info Here
This event is being held in conjunction with the Regional Helicopter Safety Seminar on Friday August 16. There is a separate SPANS notice for the Helicopter Safety Alliance Event and you are encouraged to attend both of them. - Robinson Helicopter Company, Torrance, CA - 2901 Airport Drive, Torrance, CA 90505
14. Rotax 912iS Sport Engine Overview - EAA WEBINAR - Wed, August 14, 2019 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM CDT - Presenter: Jorge Tavio - Rotax Flying Safety Club instructor Jorge Tavio provides an overview of the system components in the technologically advanced Rotax 912iS engine. Using detailed graphics Jorge will show how the engine differs from previous Rotax 912ULS engines. Qualifies for FAA WINGS and AMT credit. Registration Here
14. Mastering the Art of Instrument Navigation - Organized “Hangar Flying” Focused On Building Proficiency In Instrument Flying With Terry Thompson EAA/IMC Prgm Coord, Paul Kortopates CFI/II & FAASTeam Rep. - Believing that safety and proficiency are developed through education and experience. Monthly meetings use real world scenarios to engage our members and allow them to share and build their experience.
For the August meeting, we will review an actual takeoff accident video along with findings from the accident investigation. We'll further discuss how we improve our outcome in departure emergencies as well. Come to join in the discussion as we discuss how to avoid similar mishaps. Please bring your “Electronic Flight Bag” if you have one (ForeFlight, Garmin Pilot, WingX, Go Flight, etc.) loaded with charts for the area to aid in the discussion of the pilots options. Serra Mesa/Kearny Mesa Public Library, 9005 Aero Dr, San Diego, CA 92123 6:30 p.m.
15. Plus One Flyers Club New Member Safety Briefing - Safety Procedures, Both Ground and Air - With Shane Terpstra CFI - Proper preflight procedures, engine starting, taxiing, ATC communications, departure and arrival procedures, emergency procedures, collision avoidance, aeronautical decision making, after landing procedure, securing and refueling. A general review of causes of common accidents and incidents. Courtyard By The Marriott, 8651 Spectrum Center Blvd. San Diego, CA 92123 Meeting Room inside Hotel 5:30 p.m.
15. Flying Gliders/Mountain Flying - Tips for all pilots from a seasoned glider pilot. Speaker(s): John Chapman, CFI - Join John, part owner of Mountain Valley Airport in Tehachapi and long-time commercial glider pilot/CFI, as he talks about flying gliders where the soaring is often the best - in the mountains. John will share his many tips gained over more than 30 years of teaching people to fly motorless aircraft, and will show how many of the skills and techniques used in flying gliders apply equally well to powered aircraft.
Complimentary dinner will be served in the university cafe at 5 p.m., with the seminar program beginning promptly at 6. California Aeronautical University (CAU) 1450 Boughton Drive, Bakersfield, CA 93308
16. Los Angeles Regional Helicopter Safety Stand-Down - FREE Day-Long Safety Seminar for all Helicopter Pilots, AMTs and Managers, Breakfast and Lunch provided! Friday, August 16, 2019, starting at 08:30 Pacific Daylight Time - Helicopter Industry Experts - Attention all helicopter Managers, Mechanics and Pilots! Join us for the very latest information on the safety issues facing the rotorcraft industry presented by some of the top industry experts in their field. A panel of experts from Manufacturers, Helicopter Safety Alliance, FAA Safety Team, and the Long Beach FSDO will discuss local issues affecting helicopter pilots, accident trends, personal risk assessment, safety initiatives, and many more topics relevant to all operators. This is going to be an extraordinary gathering of the rotorcraft community in one place. Don't miss this unique opportunity to learn, share with your peers, ask questions, and have your voice heard. What you learn may save your life!
Helicopter Safety Alliance and the US Helicopter Safety Team (USHST) work together in promoting safety in the helicopter industry, so please support the USHST by attending their two-day event on Aug. 14 & 15 at Robinson Helicopter prior to this event.
Please go to the following link to register for the USHST event HERE
17. Plus One Flyers Club New Member Safety Briefing - Safety Procedures, Both Ground and Air - With Shane Terpstra CFI - Proper preflight procedu+res, engine starting, taxiing, ATC communications, departure and arrival procedures, emergency procedures, collision avoidance, aeronautical decision making, after landing procedure, securing and refueling. A general review of causes of common accidents and incidents. MYF - Terminal Operations Building, 3750 John J. Montgomery Drive, First Floor, East Entrance, San Diego, CA 92123 9:30 a.m.
17. Mountain Flying and Your Best Bets for Safety - A STUDY of MOUNTAIN FLYING TECHNIQUE Considerations - Speaker(s): Richard Mend CFI-AIM-ATP Knowing your capabilities, the aircraft's and the environmental demands will best prepare you for Safe Mountain Flying. We'll Review the Proper and Professional Techniques for Flight Safety, that need to be considered for flying over rugged high altitude terrain. Active Pilot, 7900 Balboa Blvd., D6 Prop Park West, Van Nuys, CA 91406 9 a.m.
17 - 18. Wings Over Camarillo - AIR SHOW - wingsovercamarillo.com - Camarillo Airport - Saturday & Sunday, 12 noon - 4:30 p.m. Gates Open at 9 a.m.
17. Light Sport Aircraft 2019 - Light Sport Aircraft, E-LSA and S-LSA, Maintenance, Repairman and each type of qualification. - Speaker: John Schaper - FPM SAN FSDO - Subject material will be on E-LSA and S-LSA, so we will talk about both the experimental and the special light sport aircraft. Maintenance, Repairman and each type of qualification. What the category of aircraft is and how it came about. At the end, we will accomplish a Q&A and a San Diego Flight Standards update.EAA Chapter 14, Brown Field Airport, 1409 Continental St, San Diego, CA 92154 10 a.m.
17. Space Architecture and Space Robotic Construction & Manufacturing - An AIAA Event - Lomita Library - Don Knabe Community Meeting Room (next to the Library Building) - 24200 (24210 for the Meeting Room) Narbonne Ave. Lomita, CA 90717 (Free Library Parking) 9:30 AM - 3:00 PM (Check-in starts at 9:30AM) - Presentation starts at 10:00 AM. - (Seats/Tickets are limited. RSVP will end after Thursday, August 15, 2019, or whenever all seats are filled.) for More Info, Click Here
17. Use of Weather Information - FAAST Team Topic of the Month: Use of Weather Information - Speaker(s): CFII Stephen Stypinski and Delia Colvin with Flyrite Education - There are many tools a pilot can use to obtain weather information. Learn where to find weather information and how to use it to make you a better pilot. - Tortoise and Hare Aviation at Yucca Valley Airport, 6918 Airway Drive, Hangar 1, Yucca Valley, CA 92284 10 a.m.
18. Sunday Morning Hangar Talk SPC TOPIC Learning More about Stalls - The many REAL ways Stalls Cause Fatal Accidents! - With Ron Berinstein -CFII & Aerobatic & FAA Wings Master Pilot - Donuts and/or Chips , GA Hot News & More, plus our very popular feature that asks, "WHY?," and addresses an intriguing timely event/accident. - At 10 am HANGAR TALK begins! A Casual Round Table discussion (often motivated by videos) wherein your stories, questions, opinions and comments will serve as the tasty appetizers on our checklist. Today's "Back to School" feature will describe What We CAN DO to better understand stalls; and the real way they may lurk in the shadows just waiting for a fatal opportunity to strike.
Hopefully, everyone will discover something that will improve their own pilot skills and knowledge bank. Seminar is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.Vista Aviation Bldg - north side of airport - 10000 Airpark Way - Conference room, Second floor Vista building - Pacoima, CA 91331 10 a.m.
19. BEST WAY to TEACH or LEARN WEATHER EVER - Teaching / Learning about How Weather Works Can Really Make Sense. Pilots will be better able to predict it. - With Ron Berinstein - CFI-AI-AGI-Aerobatic & FAA Wings Master Pilot - The absolute BEST METHOD for Real Understanding! Pilots Will Really Learn Wx as if for the very first time! Seminar length 2 hrs. - Vista Aviation Bldg - north side of airport, 10000 Airpark Way, second floor conference room, Pacoima, CA 91331 7 p.m.
20. What Is Scenario-Based Training: How to Use It in Your Everyday Flying - EAA WEBINAR - Tuesday, August 20, 2019 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM CDT Presenter: Tom Johnson, International Aerobatic Club
Tom Johnson will explore how SBT, a training technique developed by the military and the airlines to help their pilots make better in-flight decisions, can be applied to your flying. He will demystify it and break it down to what it essentially is: good old hangar flying. We will introduce a basic structural model to help you be systematic in your scenario analysis. We will show you how and when you can and are required to use SBT. And finally, we will help you apply SBT to your personal aviation needs. Qualifies for FAA WINGS credit. Registration Here
20. "Aircraft Maintenance for Pilots and Owners" What do pilots and owners need to know about maintenance and records? - Aviation Facilities, Inc
4119 West Commonwealth Ave., Fullerton, CA 92833 - From changing a light bulb, to your oil, to your engine, owners and pilots of aircraft need to know what to do, who can do it, and how to do it. This is where the Aviation Maintenance Technician comes in. Our guest tonight is Ben Kellogg, who operates a maintenance facility at the airport, and is going to share his years of experience in the field in how to make your AMT's job easier and helping you ensure the highest level of airworthiness in your aircraft. "MODEST FEE" 6:30 p.m.
21. AIAA LA-LV 8/21 Dinner Meeting - Exoplanets ! In Search of Habitable Worlds - by Dr. Jessie Christiansen, Research Scientist, Deputy Science Lead Caltech/IPAC-NASA Exoplanet Science Institute and Dr. Niraj K. Inamdar, Senior Principal Systems Engineer, Raytheon Airborne and Space Systems -Manhattan Beach Library, 1320 Highland Avenue, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266 - (South of 105 Hwy and West of 405 Hwy/Pacific Coast Hwy (1)) 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM (Library Closes at 9 PM) Introduction/Presentation starts at 6:30 PM, (Ticket sales will end after Monday, August 19, 2019, or whenever tickets are sold out.) For More Info click Here
21. "Pre-Ignition and Detonation - Meet The Engine Killers" WEBINAR - Today’s Aircraft Engines Are Extremely Reliable Provided They Are Operated Correctly. On Wednesday, August 21, 2019 at 11:00 Eastern Daylight Time (08:00 PDT, 09:00 MDT, 10:00 CDT, 05:00 HST, 07:00 AKDT, 08:00 Arizona, 15:00 GMT) - This will seem like a pilot’s presentation, but mechanics need to be aware of these issues to help pilots make good decisions when they talk about crazy leaning schemes, fuel contamination, mixing auto fuel and avgas, mixing oil and fuel for 2 cycle engines, picking parts for alterations, flying with excess mag drops, flying with anything at all wrong with the engine, skipping maintenance on magnetos, burning off carbon deposits, turbo operation on a hot day and other operating issues. More info here
21. "The Kings On Straight Talk About Aviation Safety" WEBINAR - This presentation provides a provocative approach with new concepts, new vocabulary, and fresh insights on risk management. On Wednesday, August 21, 2019 at 19:00 Central Daylight Time (17:00 PDT, 18:00 MDT, 20:00 EDT, 14:00 HST, 16:00 AKDT, 17:00 Arizona, 00:00 GMT) -While discussions about safety are particularly important to general aviation, some discussions on the subject aren’t particularly helpful or insightful and can actually be counter-productive.
We will talk about positive, constructive tools that you can use as a flight instructor that are much more beneficial and productive. Finally, we will encourage you as flight instructors to exercise leadership to change the vocabulary of the entire aviation community.
As a flight instructor you are leader in the aviation community. As such you will have the opportunity to identify bad habits we all practice collectively and change them. Our shared bad habits have to do with how we manage aviation safety. In this course you will identify those bad habits and learn how to substitute new, more productive practices in their place. LIVEChat is available during this presentation. The Kings will answer as many questions as time allows. To view further details and registration information for this webinar, click here.
22 - 24. AIAA/IEEE Electric Aircraft Technologies Symposium - Read About it Here
24. Multi-Engine Airplanes - Video and discussion of multi-engine characteristics, techniques, counter rotating engines, Vmc, and more! Speaker: Richard Mend, CFI-AIM-ATP FAASTeam Rep. Active Pilot, 7900 Balboa Boulevard, D6, Prop Park West, Van Nuys, CA 91406-1646 9 a.m.
25. Preventing Runway Incursions - Video and discussion of runway and taxiway markings and preventing common errors - Speaker: Richard Mend, CFI-AIM-ATP FAASTeam Rep. Conference Room, 2nd floor Vista Bldg . 10000 Airpark Way , Pacoima, CA 91331-7393 KWHP (north side of airport) 10 a.m.
26. ADS-B - PowerPoint and discussion of ADS-B and how it will affect general aviation, the pro's and con's, how it works, an d more! Speaker: Ron Berinstein, CFI-AI AGI AEROBATIC-WINGS MASTER PILOT - FAASTeam Rep. Conference Room, 2nd floor Vista Bldg . 10000 Airpark Way , Pacoima, CA 91331-7393 KWHP (north side of airport) 7 p.m.
28. Loss of Control – Root Causes and Innovation Opportunities - EAA WEBINAR - Wed, Aug 28, 2019 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM CDT - Presenter: Loss of Control Committee Members
This webinar continues the discussion initiated at AirVenture to deeply define the root causes of Loss of Control accidents. A wide-ranging root cause model developed by the webinar panelists reveals that reducing fatalities is a very multi-dimensional problem – there is no one “silver bullet” solution, but instead a range of diverse technical, regulatory, training, culture and behavioral challenged that must work together.
This webinar, presented by the aviation and industry experts that created the root cause model, will first ground the participants in the different dimensions of it. Then, the panel will discuss the many open areas for innovation that still exist beyond those already known or proposed. This discussion intends to stimulate the innovative spirit of the EAA and broader aviation community to create novel, effective and implementable solutions to this persistent challenge of LOC accidents and fatalities. Qualifies for FAA WINGS credit. Registration Here
28. Wake Turbulence - Video and discussion of predicting and avoiding wake turbulence and what actions to take if you get caught in it Speaker: Richard Mend, CFI-AIM-ATP FAASTeam Rep. Santa Monica College Bundy Campus KSMO, 3171 S. Bundy Dr. West Los Angeles, CA 90066-1016 - Big, green glass, 4 story building, first driveway past Airport Ave. (College Dr.) traffic light.. 7 p.m.
28. FAASTeam Planning Meeting - Administered by the SAN Aviation Safety Counselors - Planning and Safety Mitigation Strategy Meeting - With Paul Kortopates - President of the San Diego ASC - FAASTeam Safety Seminar Planning meeting. Discussions of topics to be presented at future venues based on statistical data and safety trends. This meeting is open to interested airmen who support the Wings Program and FAASTeam efforts. This is an opportunity for individuals to check out the planning process. This is also a good place to learn the steps needed to apply as a FAASTeam Representative. - California Aeronautical University - Class Room - 3753 John J. Montgomery Drive, Ground School Classroom, San Diego, CA 92123 7 p.m.
28. Mountain Flying Safety - With Capt. Steve Parker - A discussion of basic mountain flying safety and a review of a recent Idaho/Montana backcountry flying trip by Steve and Roxanne Parker. - Roy Noon Meeting Hall, 231 E. Hawthorne St.. Fallbrook, CA 92028 7 p.m.
29. LA Fleet Week® 2019 Kicks Off With Welcome Party - Thursday, August 29 - Downtown San Pedro Event to Honor Visiting U.S. Sea Service Members - There’s no better way to start the Labor Day Weekend than with a party and some fun! More Info Here
29. - 9/02 LA Fleet Week Celebration - Get the info Here
31. What All G.A. Pilots Should Know About Airport Security - Video and discussion of what we have to do to preserve our privilege of flying - Speaker: Richard Mend, CFI-AIM-ATP FAASTeam Rep. - Active Pilot, 7900 Balboa Boulevard, D6, Prop Park West, Van Nuys, CA 91406-1646 9 a.m.
3. IMC CLUB - IFR FLIGHT SCENARIOS DISCUSSION - With Jay Steffenhagen - For our Sept EAA Chapter 92 meeting, join us for the rollout of a new meeting program format: the IMC Club. The idea is to present one or more IFR flight scenarios to the group for discussion, under the guidance of a flight instructor. The scenarios are presented as a short video, and are designed to confront the IFR pilot with making difficult decisions on how / whether to initiate or continue the flight, and how to resolve difficult situations.
There are no right or wrong answers, but the group gets to define and evaluate the risks and sort out the best way to proceed. Irvine Ranch Water District HQ, 15500 Sand Canyon Ave., Community Conference Room, Irvine, CA 92618 7 p.m.
4. Double Standard? - EAA WEBINAR - Wed, Sept 4, 2019 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM CDT - Presenter: Mike Busch
The FAA doesn't make it easy to earn an A&P mechanic certificate. It requires 30 months full-time or 4,800 hours part-time experience swinging wrenches on aircraft before you're even eligible to take the exams. There are four exams: three knowledge tests and one all-day oral/practical exam. However, once a person earns his A&P, there is no requirement to get recurrent training — ever! And there are no mechanic "type ratings" — any A&P is legal to swing wrenches on anything from a J-3 Cub to a Boeing 747 to a Blackhawk helicopter. In this webinar, Mike Busch asks why the FAA requires pilots to get flight reviews every two years, instrument proficiency checks every six months, and type ratings for large airplanes and turbojets, yet it grants mechanics a lifetime license to swing wrenches on anything that flies without requiring any sort of periodic review or recurrent training. Qualifies for FAA WINGS and AMT credit. Register Here
4. Pilot Proficiency and Flight Reviews - With Karen Arendt, FPM SJC FSDO; Eric Cook, DPE - Live demonstration and discussion on the FAA's only proficiency program for GA pilots - Paso Robles Municipal Airport, Main Terminal, 2nd Floor, 4912 Wing Way, Paso Robles, CA 93446 6:30 p.m.
5. Pilot/Controller Forum - Open Discussion for Pilots and Controllers - Get your questions answered about Brackett Airport Air Traffic Control operations.
With Gabe Benjamin - Air traffic controllers provide a special service to make VFR/IFR flights safer. Now you have an opportunity to meet these controllers and put a face with the voice.In this discussion, pilots will interface with local controllers working in various ATC roles, discuss the various services available to pilots and how proper phraseology, rules, procedures, and professionalism impacts General Aviation operations at Brackett Airport. Brackett Airport Administration building, 1615 McKinley Ave., La Verne, CA 91750 7 p.m.
5. CFI Open Forum - Teaching Stabilized Approaches and Go-Arounds; All Pilots Welcome - Speaker(s): Karen Arendt, FPM; Eric Cook, DPE - We’ll define and discuss stabilized approaches and go-arounds. Finally we’ll give you some tips and tricks that will help you to avoid loss of control in any aircraft. This discussion is an opportunity to collaborate and develop best practices, to mitigate the risks identified in the discussion, for both the Instructor and the student. - Together as a Team, the Instructors and Designated Pilot Examiners combined knowledge and experience provides the most effective pilot training and evaluation.
For many years we’ve been developing automation for general aviation pilots and we’ve encouraged pilots to use it. That’s led to a reduced “hands on” workload and increased situational awareness. Those are good things. But paradoxically, reliance on automation is beginning to erode basic pilot skills and, when the situation calls for pilots to take over, they’re often not performing as well as they would have if they were hand flying all along. San Luis Obispo County Fire Department, 4671 Broad Street. San Luis Obispo, CA 93401 - 6:30 p.m.
5. Mike Busch on General Aviation Maintenance and Safety. - With Mike Busch - A&P/IA - Mike is fresh back from Oshkosh. Every year we're lucky to get Mike to speak to us in San Diego as he educates us on the latest maintenance topics and other issues in GA. He just recently released his third book on Airplane Ownership Vol 1. There will be time for Q&A after the presentation. Solar Turbines, Kearny Mesa Facility, 4200 Ruffin Rd. Titan Conference Room, San Diego, CA 92123 7 p.m.
7. Plus One Flyers Club New Member Safety Briefing - Safety Procedures, Both Ground and Air - With Shane Terpstra CFI - Brief Description: Proper preflight procedures, engine starting, taxiing, ATC communications, departure and arrival procedures, emergency procedures, collision avoidance, aeronautical decision making, after landing procedure, securing and refueling. A general review of causes of common accidents and incidents. MYF - Terminal Operations Building, 3750 John J. Montgomery Drive. First Floor, East Entrance, San Diego, CA 92123 9:30 a.m.
8.- 12. 38th Digital Avionics Systems Conference (DASC) - Mission Bay, the Hilton San Diego Resort and Spa, San Diego, California, USA - The 38th AIAA/IEEE Digital Avionics Systems Conference (DASC) is the preeminent R&D Conference in the field of digital avionics offered by its two most distinguished professional societies, the Digital Avionics Technical Committee (DATC) of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) and the Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society (AESS) of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). More details Here
9. AMERICAN HEROES Air Show - Hansen Dam Sports Complex - Lake View Terrace CA San Fernando Valley. Since our early years at the Hansen Dam Sports Complex in the San Fernando Valley, the American Heroes Air Show has grown to become the nation’s premier admission–free, helicopter-only aviation & recruiting experience produced around the country by volunteers with a passion for aviation and public safety.
In Southern California – where it all started in 1993 - your unit’s participation with static displays / equipment demos supports our primary event mission to educate the community, media and public officials about exciting and in-demand careers in law enforcement, First-response / Fire, homeland security, volunteer CERT / SAR teams, environmental protection and national defense.
9. Suspected Unapproved Parts for Pilots, Aircraft Owners and A&Ps. - Discussion about identification of and prevention. With Richard Mend cfi ai atp - North Valley Occupational Center, Classroom B, 16550 Saticoy St., Van Nuys, CA 91406 7 p.m.
10. Free Webinar: Sustainable Aviation Fuel 101 - While sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) is a drop-in replacement for turbine engines, there is a lot more to this new fuel than meets the eye. Manufacturing and distributing SAF is just a technological hurdle, but getting the new fuel into widespread use is going to require a robust pull on the demand side. Aircraft operators need to know what SAF is, how it runs in turbine engines, how it benefits the environment, where it can be purchased, and how much it will cost. Join us on September 10 at 1:30 p.m. ET for this free one-hour webinar on SAF presented by Marcelo Goncalves of Embraer and Thomas Parsons of Air BP. Registration here
10 - 11. Certified QC Inspector Workshop - Van Nuys - FEE - Aviation fuel is at the center of many FBO operations and making sure that the fuel delivered to aircraft is “clean, dry and on-specification” is the goal in every refueling.
The Certified QC Inspector Workshop will provide attendees with a comprehensive education in everything fuel handling, technical and service training related. Covering topics that include fuel characteristics, filtration, sampling & testing, maintenance and setting up a conformant inspection program, this workshop will include both classroom instruction and hands-on experience in the most common fuel quality control tasks.
Sponsored by NATA - Read More about it Here.
11. AIAA LA-LV September Dinner Meeting - (You do not need to be a member of AIAA to attend the event.) - The Case for Space with Dr. Robert Zubrin
President and Founder of the Mars Society - AIAA Distinguished Lecturer - Get the information you need by clicking Here
11. Inflight Engine Failure - 2nd Lt Charlotte 'Quickdraw' McGraw - A discussion of immediate action items after an inflight engine failure. Roy Noon Meeting Hall, 231 E. Hawthorne St., Fallbrook, CA 92028 7 p.m.
14. Carburetion - With Richard Mend cfi ai atp - Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology, 8911 Aviation Blvd., Inglewood, CA 90301 12 p.m.
15. Density Altitude - With Richard Mend cfi ai atp - KWHP - 2nd floor conference room - Vista Aviation Bldg. 10000 Airpark Way, Pacoima, CA 91331 10 a.m.
16. Startle Response - With Ron Berinstein cfii - How to possibly save your life and prevent an accident when unexpected catastrophe strikes - KWHP - 2nd floor conference room - Vista Aviation Bldg. 10000 Airpark Way, Pacoima, CA 91331 7 p.m.
21. Plus One Flyers Club New Member Safety Briefing - Safety Procedures, Both Ground and Air - With Shane Terpstra CFI - Brief Description: Proper preflight procedures, engine starting, taxiing, ATC communications, departure and arrival procedures, emergency procedures, collision avoidance, aeronautical decision making, after landing procedure, securing and refueling. A general review of causes of common accidents and incidents. MYF - Terminal Operations Building, 3750 John J. Montgomery Drive. First Floor, East Entrance, San Diego, CA 92123 9:30 a.m.
21. SoCal TRACON Wants to Talk to You - ATC / Pilot Outreach with Rob Reddeg from the SoCal Tracon - Speaker(s): Rob Reddeg of SoCal TRACON EAA Chapter 14, Brown Field Airport - 1409 Continental St., San Diego, CA 92154 10:00 a.m.
21. Instrument Refresher Course - With Kathy Felker, CFI, CFII - This seven (7) hour class satisfies the ground portion of an Instrument Proficiency Check (IPC) and Wings Credit will be given. There is a fee for this ground training event. See details and pre-register on our website at: http://palomar99s.org/ The fee is a donation to the Palomar Chapter of the Ninety Nines Flight Scholarship Program.
To view further details and registration information for this seminar, go to http://palomar99s.org/ to register with the 99s, to choose your lunch option, and pay your fee. The fee includes handouts, morning snacks, coffee, and a box lunch. FEE Palomar Airport Administration Building, 2198 Palomar Airport Road, Carlsbad, CA 92011 9 a.m.
5. Plus One Flyers Club New Member Safety Briefing - Safety Procedures, Both Ground and Air - With Shane Terpstra CFI - Brief Description: Proper preflight procedures, engine starting, taxiing, ATC communications, departure and arrival procedures, emergency procedures, collision avoidance, aeronautical decision making, after landing procedure, securing and refueling. A general review of causes of common accidents and incidents. MYF - Terminal Operations Building, 3750 John J. Montgomery Drive. First Floor, East Entrance, San Diego, CA 92123 9:30 a.m.
19. Avoiding Wire Strikes - Don't get hung up while flying - Speaker(s): Torbjorn 'TC' Corell - Join us as we discuss wire strike accidents and what you can do as a pilot to avoid them. You will learn about situational awareness, CRM language in the wire environment, visual illusions, hardware on power lines and how to understand them. What you learn here could save your life. - EAA Chapter 14, Brown Field Airport, 1409 Continental St., San Diego, CA 92154 10 a.m.
19. Plus One Flyers Club New Member Safety Briefing - Safety Procedures, Both Ground and Air - With Shane Terpstra CFI - Brief Description: Proper preflight procedures, engine starting, taxiing, ATC communications, departure and arrival procedures, emergency procedures, collision avoidance, aeronautical decision making, after landing procedure, securing and refueling. A general review of causes of common accidents and incidents. MYF - Terminal Operations Building, 3750 John J. Montgomery Drive. First Floor, East Entrance, San Diego, CA 92123 9:30 a.m.
22-24. NBAA-BACE Human Factors - Aviation Leadership - and more! Las Vegas Convention Center - Henderson Executive Airport - Las Vegas, NV Click Here for the Agenda and Registration INFO
2. Plus One Flyers Club New Member Safety Briefing - Safety Procedures, Both Ground and Air - With Shane Terpstra CFI - Brief Description: Proper preflight procedures, engine starting, taxiing, ATC communications, departure and arrival procedures, emergency procedures, collision avoidance, aeronautical decision making, after landing procedure, securing and refueling. A general review of causes of common accidents and incidents. MYF - Terminal Operations Building, 3750 John J. Montgomery Drive. First Floor, East Entrance, San Diego, CA 92123 9:30 a.m.
16. Plus One Flyers Club New Member Safety Briefing - Safety Procedures, Both Ground and Air - With Shane Terpstra CFI - Brief Description: Proper preflight procedures, engine starting, taxiing, ATC communications, departure and arrival procedures, emergency procedures, collision avoidance, aeronautical decision making, after landing procedure, securing and refueling. A general review of causes of common accidents and incidents. MYF - Terminal Operations Building, 3750 John J. Montgomery Drive. First Floor, East Entrance, San Diego, CA 92123 9:30 a.m.
9. The American Heroes Airshow - The Nation's Premier Helicopter Only Admission Free Aviation Event - Witness Rotary Wing's Diverse Capabilities! Hansen Dam Sports Complex - 11480 Foothill Blvd., Lakeview Terrace, CA 91342 More Info Here