For those of you that missed it, the Mojave fly out was a lot of fun for everybody who went. We had 4 planes in total there and 9 people. Now we are ready to do it again!
Socal TRACON Tour, San Diego – Feb 21, 2010
We’ve been provided the rare opportunity to tour this ATC facility at Miramar in San Diego. Socal TRACON handles all of the departure and arrival coordination for all IFR aircraft in the Socal area as well as providing services to VFR aircraft.
Our plan is to fly to Montgomery field in San Diego where we will be picked up and drove to the facility by van. I’ve coordinated to have controllers who work the Long Beach area (‘Coast’ sector) to be available for questions. This should provide us a valuable and rare chance to learn a lot more about what is happening on the other end of the radio. I’m hoping we can all learn a lot and put it to work making everybody’s work easier!
Space is limited to and we need to know if you’d like to come by Wednesday, February 9th. Please reply to this email if you’d like to go and let us know if you want to fly yourself, bum a ride, if you’ll be bringing any guests, or if you’ll have any empty seats if you plan to fly. Once we know how many people are going we’ll be able to coordinate an arrival time but expect to leave mid morning. If the group would like we can also plan to have lunch at Casa Machado in Montgomery. We will reserve as many planes as necessary and we can coordinate to find rides and open seats. We’ll also plan on taking our newest addition to the fleet, a 7 seat Cessna 207 Skywagon. More to come on that new arrival soon!
Hope to see you there!
Part of the group before departing the Mojave fly out.
Special! The owners of 205GT want to
put some time on the plane and they’ve made us an offer that is
irresistible! We are offering 20 hour
blocks of time for $99/hour. You’ll have until the
end of February to fly off the time which works out to about 2
hours a week. We are limiting this offer
to only 5 blocks so don’t miss
out on this great deal! If your looking to work on a rating,
go on a trip or build some cross country time this is a great
opportunity. We also want to get new pilots flying
the Tampico, so from now until the end of February we will
also offer checkout flights for $99/hour. If you’ve not flown a
Tampico before this is your chance to take it for a test fly.
We’re sure you’ll like what you see, and love how it flies.
Here is what the Tampico has to
- King Avionics
- KLN 94 GPS
- King Moving
- Avidyne Traffic
- Standby instruments
- S Tec Autopilot
- Audio inputs
- The most comfortable
seats you’ll find in a rental
Please email us
directly if or call us at 562-726-3719.
- Flight time must be completed by
- Cash or Check only
- Limit of 5 offers only
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We’d like to thank everybody who was able to make it out for our open house. For those who missed it our open house was a huge success with approximately 150 visitors throughout the day. It was great for us to see everybody ther e and look forward to more of these events. We learned a lot about making these a success, and were already talking about doing another one! You can find photos from the event on our Facebook page.
G1000 Introductory Course taught by Dan Jenkins, FAA safety team advisor on TAA aircraft.
We will be hosting a G1000 introductory course on October 9th at 9am. This course is designed to be a primer which will cover basic operations of the G1000. This class would be great for anybody who is interested in learning about the capabilities of the G1000, and become comfortable with its features for VFR use. Later, we intend to also host an advanced course which will cover IFR operations and advanced navigation. This course will cover;
- Basic functionality and use of the Primary Flight Display and Multi Function Displays
- Components of the system
- Standby and backup systems and potential failures
- Integration with the KAP 140 autopilot
This class is expected to last approximately 3 1/2 hours but this could vary based on class participation and discussion. The fee for this class is $35. Pre registration and payment is required, please contact us to confirm your attendance. We already have a lot of interest in this class and size is limited so if you would like to attend don’t delay!