Webinar Archive

Items per page   10 | 25 | 50 | 100
11 to 20 of 27 results
AOPA

Aircraft Purchasing

If you are considering an aircraft purchase, you’ll want to view this webinar as Tom Haines, Senior Vice President and Editor-in-Chief of AOPA Pilot and Rodney Martz, AOPA Senior Aviation Technical Specialist discuss what’s involved in making the big decision. Hear about what to consider when choosing your aircraft, what red-flag conditions you want to avoid, how to get insurance and financing, and how to estimate your monthly expenses.

faa airman medical cert

Airman Medical Certification

Many pilots make mistakes on the Airman Medical Certification Application, especially in the section on medical history. Errors on this legal document can result in a lot of problems. Get AOPA’s tips on doing it right the first time, and what to do to correct a mistake.

n/a

airspace modernization

Airspace Modernization

General aviation and NextGen: A discussion on how technologies like ADS-B and WAAS will change your flying!

n/a

flying for profit

Aviation Enterprises: Turn Your Love of Flying into a Profitable Business

AOPA is pleased to offer this Webinar for aircraft owners who have, or want to start, an aviation-related business with their aircraft. Some of the topics discussed include: aerial photography, leasing an aircraft, sightseeing flights, flight instructing in your own airplane, and other kinds of entrepreneurial enterprises commercial pilots engage in under Part 91.

buying an aircraft

Buying an Aircraft

There is a lot to consider when deciding whether to buy an aircraft. How much is the aircraft really worth? Are there hidden costs and what are they? What financing is available? What about insurance? Is a prepurchase inspection a good idea and how is one arranged? AOPA's aviation technical specialists answer these questions and more in this Webinar discussing the aircraft purchasing process.

Approx. 1 hour, 10 min.

charitable flying

Charitable Flying

Many pilots would like to share their love of aviation with others throughout the year. Charitable flying offers that opportunity. Members call AOPA’s Pilot Information Center all year long to ask how they can sponsor or participate in a charitable flying event. Typically, these pilots want to provide sightseeing flights at local airports to raise funds for civic groups, churches, or youth groups. In addition to raising financial support, many participants are introduced to flying and camaraderie is built between the community and the airport.

faa enforcement

FAA Enforcement

Have you ever faced an FAA enforcement action? No one ever plans to have a bad day…but they do happen. How you deal with the unfortunate event often affects its outcome. Ramp checks, accidents, flying into restricted airspace…all may result in actions from the FAA. What is the best way to handle the situation? What are your rights? Do you have to comply with FAA’s requests? Hear answers to these questions and more as Woody Cahall, Vice President, AOPA Pilot Information Center, and John Yodice, AOPA General Counsel review several enforcement scenarios and their possible outcomes.

flying to mexico

Flying to Mexico

Thinking of flying south this winter to enjoy the warmth and sunshine of Mexico? There’s a lot involved in planning a trip across the border—flight planning, filing eAPIS, getting the necessary paperwork in order, including liability insurance coverage for flight in Mexico – it can seem overwhelming! AOPA walks you through all the steps in this Webinar on flying in Mexico. Join Craig Brown, AOPA Senior Aviation Technical Specialist, and Rick Gardner, AOPA’s Government Affairs Representative for Mexico to learn the ins and outs of flying south of the border.

AOPA

From Surviving to Thriving: Effective Club Leadership

Join Marc Epner, president of Leading Edge Flying Club, as he discusses how to keep your club operating at its peak through effective management. Epner and a group of six individuals started with one airplane and built Leading Edge Flying Club into an organization with 75 members and four aircraft. Adam Smith joined Marc as he discussed the ins and outs of leading and managing a successful club.

AOPA

Operations at Nontowered Airports

With many air traffic control towers closing across the country, AOPA and the Air Safety Institute teamed up to present a webinar on Nontowered Airport Operations. It's a great refresher on traffic pattern procedures and communications at airports with no tower.

Approx. 1 hour, 15 min.

Topics:  Safety Spotlight, Operations at Airports, Runway Safety