We’re going to be cooking breakfast at the LRAA display day again, on Saturday, August 18th. We’re hoping to get people to come out to the airport to see the displayed aircraft (and, hopefully, vintage cars), so bring your friends, bring your neighbours, bring your family!
On Wednesday evening, August 15, we will have our monthly member meeting with a BBQ Dinner starting at 18:00 also at our chapter hangar. We’ll try a couple of new things out this month including having a few door prizes. Wear your name tag or get one at the door along with a door prize ticket. After a short business meeting, we’ll have a program as a “Recap to Oshkosh.” We’ve invited those who participated at Oshkosh to come up and share your experiences at the week-long convention, or your experiences coming and going. We had almost a dozen chapter members who made the trek; it should be an interesting and informal evening. Forecast high temperature for Wednesday is, as of today, a “cool” 91 degrees so bring a jacket.
We have a BBQ lunch with a program set for this coming Saturday, August 11. Lunch starts at 11:00 and the program is set to begin at 12:00 at our chapter hangar (S12). The program this month will be an FAA Safety Briefing led by Jim Hughes. We will cover “Get It Right in Maneuvering Flight” with a video presentation and some discussion, and perhaps get into some other flight safety items.
Topic: The focus of the lecture will be about radio communications, airspace and procedures in the Sacramento area.
On Saturday, August 11, 2018 at 09:00 Pacific Daylight Time
JetEXE Aviation – Sacramento Executive Airport- Conference Room
JeteEXE Aviation , Sacramento Executive Airport
6151 Freeport Blvd
Sacramento, CA 95822
NorCal Controllers Pat Burke and Aleks Koleukhov will be discussing with local pilots about the radio communication and procedures for flying in the area. Detailed discussion on the local flight paths, hot spots etc. It will be a great refresher on how communication should go between ATC and pilots especially in high density traffic areas. Special focus will be on VFR flight following requests, frequency changes and expectations on the part of controllers and pilots. There will be face-to-face discussion with controllers to understand the process better and operate safer.
To view further details and registration information for this seminar, click here.
It’s the first Saturday, so we’ll be having breakfast and a movie, starting at 08:00 at hangar S-12.