Interested in learning to fly or start your career in aviation.

Freeflight Aviation is offering a Private Pilot Training class, called ground school for students interested in starting their private pilot career in Aviation. This class will help you pass your written test for the Private Pilot rating.  We recommend taking flight instruction during this training class because this can often help you understand the training material in the class much better.  Our training class starts on February 6th, will be for 10 weeks on Tuesday evenings from 6 PM to 10 PM.  During the training you will have a chance to visit our aircraft maintenance facility and learn more about the aircraft you will or are flying.  To register, please give us a call or learn more on our Facebook Page, HERE.

 

Meetup with Freeflight Aviation

If you are interested in learning more about what is happening with Freeflight, we recommend joining our Freeflight Aviation Meetup Group. We post several events, including safety seminars, dinner gatherings, flyouts and more.  Sign up today and keep in touch with us HERE.

 

Calling All Local Aircraft Mechanics

Don’t miss the upcoming 16th Annual First State Chapter PAMA / Dassault Aircraft Services Maintenance Symposium & IA Renewal  February 24, 2018   8:00 AM to 5:00 PM in Newark Delaware. Learn more about this upcoming event at the PAMA webpage http://firststatepama.com/Symposiuminfo.html 

 

In the News

DA40 NG: Fly for Under 20 Cents a Mile!

LifeStyle Aviation has launched the Diamond DA40 NG, Jet A burning piston, to the North American Market. LifeStyle is highlighting the ultra economy of the aircraft and the advantages of buying aircraft that burn Jet A versus leaded aviation gasoline which is on its way out.

 

Mayo Clinic Launches BasicMed Online Course

“We’re pleased to be able to provide this new option for pilots,” said Clayton Cowl, director of the Mayo Clinic BasicMed Course. “This course has been a culmination of efforts of many colleagues at Mayo dedicated to aviation safety. A wide range of medical experts across the organization as well as with input from experts with civil aviation medical associations across the country have contributed medical knowledge to help pilots recognize medical risks in an effort to keep them, and the passengers who they fly, safe.” Learn more at the Mayo Clinic BasicMed Page: https://basicmed.mayo.edu/

 

Where to Fly in 2018

 

Food, Events, Fly-Ins

One of our student presently working on his private pilot rating was wondering where to fly once he got his rating. Here are a few suggests for Aviation Event Links.  Know a good website, please send us an email.

Fly to Lunch

Fun Places to Fly

Social Flight

$100 Dollar Hamburger

EAA Calendar of Events

AOPA Community

 

Aviation for 2018
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