So… you think you know airspace?

So… you think you know airspace?
Topic: Airspace
On Saturday, February 13, 2016 at 10:00 Pacific Standard Time
EAA Qhut, Benton airport (Oscar 85) westside
3025 South street
Quonset Hut, EAA
Redding, CA 96001

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Henry Roberson, long time CFI, long time DPE will discuss the current airspace environment, the regulatory aspects and how to transient the different speciality areas (airspace).

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

Aircraft Building Simplified in Two Days

You Can Build an Aircraft – The EAA will Show You How – Oakland, CA, March 5-6.

Thinking about building your own aircraft? In the process of building and need some help getting to the next level? Join the EAA at the upcoming SportAir Workshops and get the skills, confidence, and hands-on experience you need to build or restore your dream aircraft.

Master the aircraft building skill or technique that fits your project:

  • Composite Construction
    Learn basic composite building techniques through this intensive “hands-on” workshop.
  • Fabric Covering
    Experience the techniques of constructing or restoring a fabric covered airplane.
  • Sheet Metal Basics
    Learn the basics of sheet metal applications and get a solid understanding of this method of construction.
  • Electrical Systems & Avionics
    Learn proper soldering techniques among other skills in this course centered on the installation process.

Meeting Agenda – January 19th 2016

  • Call to order – Ron Wright
  • Treasurers Report – Jim Hughes
  • Builder’s report
  • Announcements of anything that might be of general interest to the membership (other EAA chapter events, fly-in pancakes etc)
  • Project Manager updates:
    • Bruce – poker run
    • Richard – Airfest
    • Christopher -Young Eagles, Pancake Breakfast
  • What is happening at the board meeting?
    • EAA home Hangar – Ron Wright
    • Available Board position – Ron Wright
      – Bob Miller has other commitments that prevent him from continuing as a Board member.
    • Remember, all members are welcome to attend Board meetings
    • Any reports on an item under review by the Board
  • Future meeting items
    • February; Tuesday evening at Cattlemen’s Feb 16th. Brian Brown Cessna crash in a Rocky mountain Snow Storm— Wings Credit + 1st joint meeting with LRAA.
    • Richard Bristow will give a presentation on Flying for Scientific Aviation.
    • Future programs under development include a presentation from the NTSB, and an up-close (fly-in) presentation of the Icon Aircraft.
  • 5 minute safety presentation – Christopher Braun
  • Presentation – Richard Pearl

Don’t leave without giving us your email and phone number!
Please verify your 2016 dues are paid – contact Jim Hughes.

Tuesday Membership Meeting at Cattlemen’s

Make a note to join your friends of Chapter 1541 at Cattlemens Restaurant, 2000 Taylor Road, Roseville on Tuesday the 19th. Dinner starts at 18:30 and the meeting start at 19:00. This month’s presentation will be given by Richard Pearl and will be very fun and informative about the world of sailplanes.

Cattlemen’s has agreed to give their special price for a Sirloin or Teriyaki Chicken dinner with all you can eat Salad, hot Sourdough Bread, Ranch-style Beans and a Baked Potato for only $12.99.

Emergency! Getting It Right When Things Go Wrong

We spend time training for them, but real-world emergencies are rare enough that it’s easy to get complacent. They don’t always happen to “other pilots,” though, and preparation can make a big difference when things don’t go as planned:

  • What if you lose 500 rpm during takeoff, but the engine is running smoothly?
  • What if the ammeter drops to zero during a flight in IMC?
  • What if your left aileron develops a strong vibration in flight?

AOPA’s safety seminar on January 12th in Sacramento is full of expert tips on handling those “up here, but wishing you were down there” scenarios. They’ll focus on how to keep abnormal situations from becoming full-blown emergencies, offer advice on keeping critical problems under control, and give the best advice on off-airport landings.