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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: scauwg@earthlink.net

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.

Btw. Like Aerobatics?  For the IAC - International Aerobatic Club - For Info - Click HERE     Like the Blue Angels? For a show schedule Click HERE - For the Air Force Thunderbirds 2021 schedule Click HERE

 

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International Airport Review Webinars and Watch on-Demand Webinars - Keeping you informed on our latest upcoming live webinars as well as some of our insightful webinar sessions which are now available to watch on-demand. As such, please enjoy the latest round-up of our webinars hosted by International Airport Review!  - Webmaster Note: These presentations appear free, but may come with a few "strings" that enable sponsored content.  For a plentiful list and registration information, click or tap HERE.

ForeFlight Workshops

Join us on the first Monday of each month for a 90-minute interactive workshop on the utilization of ForeFlight, the aviation industry's most renowned and widely used electronic flight bag (EFB) and flight planning application. This virtual workshop, led by Captains Brian Schiff and Mike Jesch, will begin on May 1, 2023, and will continue on the first Monday of each month. Registering here registers you for the entire series--which will be recorded and available anytime afterward. The workshop will offer comprehensive hands-on training on using ForeFlight for flight planning, weather, and in-flight navigation. Learning to master ForeFlight as an important tool will improve your aeronautical decision-making (ADM).  For More Information Click HERE.

NEWS  - Huntington Beach air show looking to expand to five-day event

Huntington Beach’s air show is looking to become a longer event with more activities and bring back nighttime concerts, according to details in a public study released by the city.

Pacific Airshow has typically been a three-day affair from Friday to Sunday. Now, organizers are looking to start the air show as early as Wednesday and include a plethora of new activities as they plan for the next decade of the annual event. - The air show anticipates adding to the event air racing, a nightly music festival over three days, wave pool surfing and BMX bowl competitions. The new information comes from a public study looking at what should be considered in a future environmental impact report. - Read the full OC Register Article Here.

EAA Webinars - See the very full schedule -  Click Here

EAA Speaker Series - Schedule Set for First Half of 2024  - Click Here

NAFI Special Interest Group Schedule - For Jan. 2024 dates: Click Here

 

Let's Begin:

February 2024

17.  "Saturday Morning Coffee And Wings - Microscale Meterology" -  A Balloon Pilots Perspective - On Saturday, February 17, 2024 at 09:00 Central Standard Time (07:00 PST; 08:00 MST; 10:00 EST; 05:00 HST; 06:00 AKST; 08:00 Arizona; 15:00 GMT) - Join us for A VIRTUAL cup of coffee, a donut, and a LIVE WEBINAR as Adam Magee dives into the world of non-powered flight and hot air balloons to explain how a balloon pilot masters microscale meteorology for everyday flight. - Balloon flight requires the pilot to be fully immersed in aviation weather on a small scale as being non-powered means there’s no leaving the weather once in it! Learn the forecasting tools balloon pilots use for wind, fog, clouds, and rain to keep safe and apply those tools in your own powered flight and instruction to avoid IMC. - To view further details and registration information for this webinar, click here.

17.  Operating Turbine Aircraft - Discover Turbine Technique - Saturday, February 17, 2024, starting at 09:00 Pacific Standard Time Download Calendar File - Speaker(s): Richard Mend CFII ATP FAASTeam Representative - Brief Description: Discussion of do's and don't's of Turbine Aircraft,, and more!  -  Location of Seminar: Clipper Aviation - 7900 Balboa Blvd  - Unit 108, Van Nuys, CA 91406 - Seminar Length 2 hours

18.  "Mental and Health and Aviation Safety" -  Mental Health Issues and Their Impact on Medical Certification - On Tuesday, February 13, 2024 at 19:00 Eastern Standard Time (16:00 PST; 17:00 MST; 18:00 CST; 14:00 HST; 15:00 AKST; 17:00 Arizona; Wednesday, February 14, 2024 00:00 GMT) - Dr. Robb Mapou will discuss various mental health topics and how they relate to or impact your current or requested medical certificate. - This discussion will cover how not all mental health diagnosis are an end to piloting activities and a few examples of the process. - To view further details and registration information for this webinar, click here.

18.  "Pro Tips for Pilots" -  Check Ride Failures that result in Accidents - On Tuesday, February 13, 2024 at 19:00 Central Standard Time (17:00 PST; 18:00 MST; 20:00 EST; 15:00 HST; 16:00 AKST; 18:00 Arizona; Wednesday, February 14, 2024 01:00 GMT) - If you fly Airplanes then this webinar is for you! Every Accident tells Us a Story.-In this round table discussion we will have a DPE, NTSB Accident Investigator and the Fedex Feeder-Safety Program Manager discuss unstabilized approaches leading into check ride failures and worse; Accidents. We will discuss the intricacies of clearly understanding the objective in order to have positive learning take place for your student. We will give you pointers on what a stabilized approach is so  that you make the correct decision when to abort the landing and execute a proper go around.

We will discuss:

1. Check ride failure on a bad landing

2. Bad go around procedure

2.. Stabilized Approach perimeter

To view further details and registration information for this webinar, click here.

20.  How to handle Loss of Trust on Take Off and The Go No Go Decision - Loss of Thrust on Take Off and the Go No Go Decision focusing mainly on single engine aircraft. - Tuesday, February 20, 2024, starting at 18:00 Pacific Standard Time Download Calendar File - Speaker(s): REPs Joe Rajacic and FPM Larry Cheek - Brief Description: Watch mistakes that can result in an accident and how to counter them as well what criteria to consider on beginning a flight. - This has been a well-received presentation that you will greatly benefit if you attend. 2 hours  - Location of Seminar: Douglas County Senior Center - 1329 Waterloo Ln - Gardnerville, NV 89410 - Registration Information: Click here to register online now!

20.  Pulling the Curtain Back - An Inside Look at Air Traffic Control- Hybrid Event - Understanding SoCal/LA Center Airspace - Tuesday, February 20, 2024, starting at 18:30 Pacific Standard Time Download Calendar File - Speaker(s): Robert Marks and Sally Kloman - This is a customized presentation on local ATC procedures and airspace designs presented by Robert Marks and Sally Kloman (SoCal/LA center and TRACON Air Traffic Controllers). They will also discuss the complex maze of flying in SoCal/LA Center's Airspace and new procedures. They will also be discussing career opportunities in the FAA. Robert and Sally are also soliciting questions or concerns to be addressed in advance of the presentation. Send your questions or requests to Robert Marks at: skylord@cox.net or call (760) 458-2153.

Refreshments Provided

Location of Seminar:EAA Chapter 1 Hanger 16A - 4130 Mennes Ave - Jurupa Valley, CA 92509

This 2 hour meeting can be attended either in-person or online.

  • For in person attendance you can register below on this page.
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https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89627042049?wd=MUdTTUZlSm1zSS9GeGVFandlWDd0Zz09

Meeting ID: 896 2704 2049  Passcode:CRD5kV Dial by your location +1 669 444 9171 US

Hybrid Seminar Length will be 2 hours. Registration Information:- Click here to register online now!

20.   Complex Airplanes - What You Need to Know to Fly a Complex Airplane - Date and Time: Tuesday, February 20, 2024, starting at 19:00 Pacific Standard Time Download Calendar File - Speaker(s): Jay Mason - By definition, a Complex airplane is one that has retractable landing gear, a controllable pitch propeller, and wing flaps. But, is that all there is? It turns out, there's really quite a lot more to it than that, and tonight, local area Flight Instructor Jay Mason will discuss what you really need to know when operating airplanes like these.

Whether your future aviation experience include professional flying, or simply more capable airplanes, and even if you never intend to fly an airplane with retractable landing gear, there is lots to learn that will make you a better pilot and help you fly your airplane more efficiently and safely. - Location of Seminar: Fullerton Flight Center - 4119 W Commonwealth Ave, - Fullerton, CA 92833  - Registration Information: Click here to register online now!

20.-22. EAA Virtual Ultralight Days.  - Join us on Tuesday, February 20, through Thursday, February 22, for an educational online event, EAA Virtual Ultralight Days. Subject matter experts of the ultralight community will present webinars on the lighter side of recreational aviation including how to get started in ultralights. - All live webinars are free of charge to everyone interested in ultralight aviation, with the live sessions featuring a Q&A segment. On-demand recordings of the presentations will be available to EAA members. Get Information and registration details Here.

20.  IMC Club Meeting at KCRQ / EAA 286 - Our Typical Hour-Long Agenda Is to Discuss Best Practices, New Technologies, Current Events and We Always Cover Something Local. - Tuesday, February 20, 2024, starting at 18:30 Pacific Standard Time Download Calendar File - Speaker(s): Joe Godfrey, IMC Club Program  Coordinator - This is an audience participation event. After a brief Audio/Video presentation we ask "What Would You Do"? Everyone is encouraged to join in the discussion. Videos depicting actual flights that encountered challenges are chosen from a library provided by EAA. Pilots of all skill levels are encouraged to attend. Click the link below for more information and to register. - Location of Seminar: Palomar Airport Administration Building, 2198 Palomar Airport Road, Carlsbad, CA 92011 -  Registration Information: Click here to register online now!

20.  Complex Airplanes - What You Need to Know to Fly a Complex Airplane - Tuesday, February 20, 2024, starting at 19:00 Pacific Standard Time Download Calendar File - Speaker(s): Jay Mason - By definition, a Complex airplane is one that has retractable landing gear, a controllable pitch propeller, and wing flaps. But, is that all there is? It turns out, there's really quite a lot more to it than that, and tonight, local area Flight Instructor Jay Mason will discuss what you really need to know when operating airplanes like these.

Whether your future aviation experience include professional flying, or simply more capable airplanes, and even if you never intend to fly an airplane with retractable landing gear, there is lots to learn that will make you a better pilot and help you fly your airplane more efficiently and safely. - Location of Seminar: Fullerton Flight Center 4119 W Commonwealth Ave, Fullerton, CA 92833 - Registration Information: Click here to register online now!

21.  Pro Tips for Maintenance - Human Factors in Aviation Maintenance" - The Pear Model - On Wednesday, February 21, 2024 at 19:00 Central Standard Time (17:00 PST; 18:00 MST; 20:00 EST; 15:00 HST; 16:00 AKST; 18:00 Arizona; Thursday, February 22, 2024 01:00 GMT) - For three decades, the term “PEAR” has been used as a memory jogger, or mnemonic, to characterize human factors in aviation maintenance. PEAR prompts recall of the four important considerations for human factors programs, which are

• People who do the job.

• Environment in which they work.

• Actions they perform.

• Resources necessary to complete the job.

To view further details and registration information for this webinar, click here.

21.  "Ask A DronePro About Safe UAS Operations" - The San Diego DronePro’s Will Discuss Frequently Asked Questions and Safety for sUAS Operations.On Wednesday, February 21, 2024 at 17:30 Pacific Standard Time (18:30 MST; 19:30 CST; 20:30 EST; 15:30 HST; 16:30 AKST; 18:30 Arizona; Thursday, February 22, 2024 01:30 GMT)Several DronePros from San Diego and surrounding areas will be discussing frequently asked questions from the sUAS industry.   There will also be time for live Q&A.  This is a perfect time to present your questions.   This webinar is free and open to anyone interested in knowing about safe UAS operations.  Invite any recreational or commercial UAS (drone) operators you know.   - Our discussion topic this month will be visualizing airspace.

FAA ArcGIS - Visualize it.

How to identify various classes of airspace.

The FAA DroneZone vs LAANC.

Resources available.

 We encourage you to send your questions in advance.

To view further details and registration information for this webinar, click here.

21.  Caring For Your Aging Aircraft - Older Aircraft Require Special Care to Maintain Their Best Performance and Safety - Date and Time: Wednesday, February 21, 2024, starting at 19:00 Pacific Standard Time Download Calendar File - Speaker(s): Louis McGraw - It's no secret that our aircraft are getting on in years and have special issues. As owner/operators, maintenance technicians, or even pilots, it's important to know what those issues are and how to properly deal with them to keep them flying in their golden years. -  Louis McGraw is an expert in detecting and correcting corrosion in these aging aircraft and will share with us some of the things he's seen and that you need to look out for to keep your aircraft in top condition for safe flight and last many more years. - Location of Seminar: Pacific Skies Aviation, 3319 Airport Dr., Torrance, CA 90505 Registration Information: Click here to register online now!

21.  Navigating SMO Skies Decoding Santa Monica Air Traffic Blueprint - Navigating SMO Skies - SMO Tower Pilot Outreach - Wednesday, February 21, 2024, starting at 19:00 Pacific Standard Time Download Calendar File - Speaker(s): Darien Graham, Santa Monica Air Traffic Control Tower - We invite you to join an open discussion with the Santa Monica Air Traffic Control Tower where we'll explore the fascinating world of airport operations at the Santa Monica Airport, operations in the Santa Monica local area as well as in the expansive SoCal airspace system.

Whether you're a student pilot or a seasoned pro, whether you fly VFR or IFR, this is a fantastic opportunity to connect, learn, and share insights.  Bring all your toughest questions and get them answered!   Location of Seminar: 1212 Santa Monica Restaurant and Bar - 1212 3rd Street promenade - upstairs private dining room - Santa Monica, CA 90401   See FAASAFETY.GOV for parking info - Program:  7pm - 9pm   - Registration Information: Check with FAASAFETY.GOV

21.  "Quad City Challenger Maintenance and Inspection Tips" -  Critical information for owners, operators and maintainers. - On Wednesday, February 21, 2024 at 13:00 Central Standard Time (11:00 PST; 12:00 MST; 14:00 EST; 09:00 HST; 10:00 AKST; 12:00 Arizona; 19:00 GMT) - Join CFI Mark Murray as he discusses maintenance and inspection for the Challenger ultralight. Mark will share tips for inspection and maintenance he has learned over the years operating his Challenger II providing flight instruction to students. - This will be a one and one half hour webinar. - To view further details and registration information for this webinar, click here.

21.  "Fabric Covering Light with Stewart Systems" -  Information for owners, builders and maintainers. - On Wednesday, February 21, 2024 at 19:00 Central Standard Time (17:00 PST; 18:00 MST; 20:00 EST; 15:00 HST; 16:00 AKST; 18:00 Arizona; Thursday, February 22, 2024 01:00 GMT) - Fabric covering instructor Mart Feehan provides tips and tricks to keep it light when covering with the non-hazardous waterborne fabric covering system by Stewart Systems. Marty discusses how covering an aircraft with Stewart Systems is a safe, fun, and relatively simple process. - This will be a one and one half hour webinar. - To view further details and registration information for this webinar, click here.

21.-22.  FAA Commercial Space Conference Feb. 21-22, 2024 - Register EARLY  to secure your place for two days of panels, speakers and networking opportunities on all things commercial space. This year’s theme is “All Systems Go: Safely Launching Commercial Space Transportation to Greater Heights.” The conference is hosted in partnership with the Commercial Spaceflight Federation. Watch Axiom Space chief astronaut Michael Lopez-Alegria recommend why you should attend.

22.  Human Factors for Pilots - Human Performance - Human Factors study applies knowledge of the human body and mind to better understand human capabilities and limitations. - Thursday, February 22, 2024, starting at 18:00 Pacific Standard Time (19:00 MST; 20:00 CST; 21:00 EST; 16:00 HST; 17:00 AKST; 19:00 Arizona; Friday, February 23, 2024 02:00 GMT) - Speaker(s): Paul Koscheka - Fatigue, stress, high workload, and struggling to stay healthy are constant issues for pilots. - Depending on how they are managed, they can be a simple daily challenge or an overwhelming problem that adversely affects performance.  This Module provides practical information that pilots can use to stay both physically and mentally fit to fly.  Here, you'll learn techniques for managing stress and fatigue.  You'll see how diet and lifestyle can profoundly influence pilot performance. And you'll learn about how health, well being, and performance are improved with rest, good nutrition, and exercise.

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22.  "Impending Engine Failure--What Would You Do?" -  Impending Engine Failure with Strategies, Procedures and techniques to Consider. - On Thursday, February 22, 2024 at 18:00 Pacific Standard Time - Bakersfield Flying Club - 1601 Skyway Drive - Suite 220 - Bakersfield, CA 93308 - Join the Bakersfield Flying Club along with CFI and FAAST Representative James Hull as we discuss impending engine failure.  Pilots routinely consider and practice what to do if their airplane engine quits. But what do we do when it may or may not quit? Review impending engine failure procedures and techniques taught to military pilots that may increase your chance of a successful outcome. You may be surprised to learn that owners and non-owners sometimes have a different take when it comes to impending engine failure emergencies. Where to land?  Should you land?  How to land?  - To view further details and registration information for this seminar, click here.

22.  "Saturday Morning Coffee and Wings - Get The Lead Out With Swift Fuels" -  Unleaded Avgas - What It Means For You, Your Airplane And Aviation SafetyOn Saturday, February 24, 2024 at 09:00 Central Standard Time (07:00 PST; 08:00 MST; 10:00 EST; 05:00 HST; 06:00 AKST; 08:00 Arizona; 15:00 GMT) - Join us for A VIRTUAL cup of coffee, a donut, and a LIVE WEBINAR as Chris D’Acosta, Swift Fuels CEO, discusses current and future Swift Fuels plans for the safe transition to an unleaded fuel for piston aircraft. Chris will share what’s happening with their high-octane 100R unleaded avgas product and their premium UL94 unleaded avgas.  He will also share tips, techniques and monitoring necessary to ensure safe operation of an engine using these fuels. - To view further details and registration information for this webinar, click here.

24.   How to Improve Your Radio Communications - Radio Communications -  Saturday, February 24, 2024, starting at 09:00 Pacific Standard Time Download Calendar File - Speaker(s): Richard Mend CFII ATP FAASTeam Representative - Brief Description: Discussion of proper radio frequencies, techniques, emergency procedures, transponder codes, lost procedures, and more! - Location of Seminar: Clipper Aviation 7900 Balboa Blvd - Unit 108 - Van Nuys, CA 91406 - Seminar Length: 2 Hours -  To view further details and registration information for this seminar, click here.
25.   Navajo Chieftain crash at Medford - The utility (or futility) of SIDs, STARs and ODPs - Sunday, February 25, 2024, starting at 19:00 Pacific Standard Time (20:00 MST; 21:00 CST; 22:00 EST; 17:00 HST; 18:00 AKST; 20:00 Arizona; Monday, February 26, 2024 03:00 GMT) - Speaker(s): Bob Katz - Please scroll down to Additional Event Information. - Webinar Information FAA ZoomGov Meeting.  Optional ways to join are:
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27.  "Holding Patterns and DME Arcs Learning Them" -  Unlock your Potential as an IFR Flyer! Learn Holding Patterns and DME Arcs! - On Tuesday, February 27, 2024 at 19:00 Pacific Standard Time - Location: KWHP CAP MEETING ROOM #1 12653 Osborne St., Meeting Room #1, Pacoima, CA 91331 - Learn HOLDING Patterns and DME Arcs Fast and EASY! - This Two Part Seminar is intended for those thinking about an IFR Rating, and for the Smart GA Pilot that would like a Refresher.  It is NOT really intended for the professional IFR pilot that regularly flies Part 135, etc. - To view further details and registration information for this seminar, click here.

March 2024

7.   Human Factors for Pilots -- The Final Frontier - Introduces a new series of 9 online courses that explore the fascinating topic of Human Factors – The Final Frontier. Thursday, March 7, 2024, starting at 18:30 Pacific Standard Time Download Calendar File - Speaker(s): John Steuernagle FAASTeam Program Manager Brief Description: Today’s aircraft and avionics are a product of more than a hundred years of technological evolution.  We’ve seen extraordinary progress in speed, range, utility, and safety.  Many General Aviation pilots are flying aircraft models and navigation systems that didn’t exist 10 years ago and, Industry-wide, pilots are challenged to keep up with the pace of evolution.  Humans don’t evolve as rapidly as technology so, as we go forward, we must consider the total aviation transportation system of aircraft, avionics, airspace system, and – most importantly – pilots.  That’s why Human Factors is in a very real sense – The Final Frontier.

Join us for a preview of a fascinating new series of Human Factors online courses from the Australian Civil Aviation Authority and the FAA Safety Team – FAASTeam.

There will be time for Q&A after the presentation. - Location of Seminar: Solar Turbines, Kearny Mesa Facility - 4200 Ruffin Road - Titan Conference Room - San Diego, CA 92123 - Registration Information: Click here to register online now!

12.-14.  2024 NBAA Schedulers & Dispatchers Conference - Fort Worth Convention Center, Fort Worth, TX - Connections, community, and a little country! Are you looking for top-tier education sessions covering the industry’s best scheduling and dispatching practices and an unsurpassed opportunity to expand your network to hundreds of new vendors and suppliers? Then SDC2024 is the event for you! Whether it’s your first time attending or you’re eager to reconnect, this event will be showcasing the latest business aviation services, equipment, and advanced technologies designed to drive your business forward. Make plans to attend this exciting event! - Learn About The Event Here.

21.   Human Factors for Pilots - Communication - Misunderstandings and Communication Failures at Best Cost Time and Money, and at Worst, Compromise Safety.- Thursday, March 21, 2024, starting at 18:00 Pacific Daylight Time (19:00 MDT; 20:00 CDT; 21:00 EDT; 15:00 HST; 17:00 AKDT; 18:00 Arizona; Friday, March 22, 2024 01:00 GMT) - Speaker(s): Paul Koscheka - Tonight’s Presentation is focused on Human Factors for Pilots - Communication, the single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place. - Webinar Information:  You are invited to the following ZoomGov Webinar provided by FAVES. Optional ways to join are: Click to Join:

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23.   Community Aviation Day - Da Vinci School - 201 N. Douglas St., El Segundo, CA  9 a,m,-12 p.m.  Family Fun - Details Here.
30.   IA Annual Seminar - IA Seminar.  Saturday, March 30, 2024, starting at 07:30 Pacific Daylight Time Download Calendar File - Speaker(s): Russel Parker, Larry Cheeks, Lynn Jenkins, Corrie Volinkaty, Dr. Greg Mellema,Tracy Rhodes - Brief Description: This is an eight-hour IA seminar, attendees will receive an eight hour certificate of completion which will meets Title 14 CFR Part 65.93 (4) Inspection Authorization: Renewal requirements.  -  Location of Seminar:  Reno Stead Airport - 4895 Texas Ave, Reno Nv. 89506  -  Registration Information:  Click here to register online now!

May 2024

22.-27   LA Fleet Week - Mark your calendars. LA Fleet Week 2024 will be here sooner than you think! Make your plans to ring in next summer with the best Memorial Day event in the Southland.  Info Here at their website.

283-30.  NBAA - EBACE2024: May 28-30, 2024 | Geneva, Switzerland

 

July 2024

22.-28.   EAA AirVenture 2024

 

October 2024

4.-6.  PACIFIC AIRSHOW - Huntington Beach, CA - USAF Thunderbirds, US Army Golden Knights, USAF A-10 Thunderbolts, USMC MV-22 and others.... Taking place over three days, the Airshow delivers an action-packed lineup of events, from live music festivals on the beach and VIP offerings, to over-the-water aerobatic demonstrations from the world’s best display teams – all backed by Southern California’s most iconic beachfront destination, Huntington Beach, CA. For More Information Visit Their Website HERE.

22.-24.  NBAA - 2024 NBAA-BACE:Oct. 22-24, 2024 | Las Vegas, NV

March 2025

11.-14.  2025 NBAA Schedulers & Dispatchers Conference - Portland, Oregon -  If you're interested in elevating your career to the next level, look no further than SDC2025. You'll learn current best practices and trends from industry experts and fellow attendees through top-level education sessions and critical peer-to-peer networking to help you work smarter, not harder in the year ahead.  Learn More Here.

July 2025

21.-27.   EAA AirVenture 2025