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Airport Day Sessions on Friday

Jul 09, 2012

With education sessions and advice from the FAA’s Airports Team, you won't want to miss Airports Day on Friday, October 12th.

Airport Day sessions on Friday

  • FAA Airports – News from the Top (this is the 10:30 am session)
    • Speaker: Catherine Lang, Deputy Associate Administrator for Airports
    • Description: Want to know what the FAA Airports Team thinks about an issue important to you?  Get an inside view from Catherine Lang on critical policies and regulations that affect your airport, as well as ask your questions.
  • Managing Airport Relationships (1:30 session)
    • Speaker: AOPA Airports Staff and industry experts
    • Description: From updating Master Plans to developing Minimum Standards to revising tenant leases, airport managers have to develop policies and regulations that affect a variety of airport patrons. Learn more about writing these critical documents and effectively engaging the airport community to minimize conflict, maximize communication, and foster support for your airport.
  • The Airport Managers Toolkit (3:15 session)
    • Speaker: AOPA Staff and Airports Cooperative Research Project
    • Description:  Airports present unique challenges to their sponsors and managers.  If you are looking for answers, come learn more from the Airports Cooperative Research Program and AOPA staff about valuable industry resources available to you that cover every aspect of managing, promoting, and leading a GA airport.
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Napa Valley welcomes aviators to AOPA Aviation Roundtable

Jul 05, 2012

The relaxed environment of Napa Valley coupled with food, flying, and fellowship among aviators attracted members of the AOPA President's Council and Hat in the Ring Society to an AOPA Aviation Roundtable recently to discuss the state of the association and general aviation.

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Visit your Husky test your knowledge at AOPA Tent

Jun 21, 2012

Going to EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wis., this year? Stop by the AOPA Tent to get a look at the 2012 Tougher than a Tornado Sweepstakes aircraft, an Aviat Husky A-1C.

Going to EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wis., this year? Stop by the AOPA Tent to get a look at the 2012 Tougher than a Tornado Sweepstakes aircraft, an Aviat Husky A-1C. Learn about its remarkable brush with a tornado at the 2011 Sun ‘n Fun Fly-in and how you could become its owner in October. This rough-and-ready aircraft is back on the flight line and ready for adventure!

While at the AOPA Tent, stop inside to renew your membership, learn about new member benefits, test your aviation knowledge, win prizes, talk with aviation experts one-on-one, and enter the daily drawing to receive your free AOPA hat!

Know someone who’s dreaming of flying? Visit the AOPA Flight Training Center inside the AOPA Tent to get information on learning to fly, including how AOPA programs can help you accomplish your flight training goals.

There is something for everyone at the AOPA Tent; be sure to stop by and see it for yourself!

The AOPA Tent is located west of Hangar C in Booth 193.

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AOPA Online gets new look

Jun 14, 2012

In the coming days, AOPA Online will get a new, cleaner look. Enjoy a larger font size, bigger images, more open space, and a more prominent content area to make it easier for you to get the latest general aviation news.

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Keeping You Covered Hurricane Preparedness

Jun 09, 2012

With hurricane season underway, AOPA members who live and/or plan to travel in hurricane-prone areas should have a plan to relocate their aircraft in the event of a storm.

With hurricane season underway, AOPA members who live and/or plan to travel in hurricane-prone areas should have a plan to relocate their aircraft in the event of a storm.     

While developing your plan, check your insurance policy to see if it covers any costs for relocating your aircraft. Some policies cover the cost of hiring an evacuation pilot, relocating and storing an aircraft.  Other policies will reimburse policyholders for relocating their aircraft outside of a hurricane watch or warning area.

In the event that you are faced with relocation, AOPA Insurance Services offers the following tips to make the process go more smoothly:

  • Choose evacuation airports that are out of the hurricane watch or warning area; is comfortably within the range of your aircraft; have temporary hangar or tie down space available; and have scheduled airline service or rental car availability to get you and/or your evacuation pilot back home.
  • If you plan to have an evacuation pilot fly your aircraft, make sure you check your policy.  The policy will state the required minimum qualifications for your pilot. For many common single-engine aircraft, it is simply "private pilot or better" and when looking for pilots in your area, check flight schools and aviation colleges, as well as local airports.

For more information contact AOPA Insurance Services at 800-622-AOPA (2672), visit us on line, or if you a coming to AOPA Summit, please stop by to see us!

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Weve got what you want this year

Jun 09, 2012

This will be my 12th year attending AOPA’s annual convention and my third time in Palm Springs. I must say, the Palm Spring’s venue is my favorite. I’m really excited about this year’s event—not only is it a great venue, but we’ve really listened to feedback from our members and designed this event to be what YOU want. There’s more education and training, as well as some really exciting celebrity guests, newly designed social events, and my favorite-- the Parade of Planes!

This will be my 12th year attending AOPA’s annual convention and my third time in Palm Springs. I must say, the Palm Spring’s venue is my favorite. I’m really excited about this year’s event—not only is it a great venue, but we’ve really listened to feedback from our members and designed this event to be what YOU want. There’s more education and training, as well as some really exciting celebrity guests, newly designed social events, and my favorite-- the Parade of Planes!

Summit 2012 is placing a greater emphasis on its learning opportunities to include even more expert advice and—entirely new this year—interaction during seminars and sessions. With more than 100 hours of seminars between the how-to’s, community and learning pavilion areas, you are certain to get a great education during Summit 2012. Plus, we have added facilitators to each of the seminars to ensure pilots get the education experience they expect and need. I will be one of them, and I really look forward to engaging with you.

You’ll also get the opportunity to hear from Discovery Channel’s ‘Flying Wild Alaska’ pilots, Craig Hosking, one of Hollywood’s most experienced precision pilots, and pilot, actor, comedian, Dave Coulier. They will all share their flying adventures and stories—you might be able to grab a few autographs too.

If you’re looking to network and connect with other pilots, we have the California Dreamin’ Resort Party, the Wild West Desert Adventure party, a nightly “spa Lift lounge” and an Aviator’s Breakfast to name just a few. We also have a few special events and activities for our new youth membership group—AOPA AV8RS. To me, the highlight of AOPA’s Aviation Summit at Palm Springs has always been the Parade of Planes…nothing like it because we can’t do it anywhere else!

Summit 2012 returns to Palm Springs, California, October 11 through 13. I hope to see you there! To learn more and register, visit http://www.aopa.org/summit/.
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A Night For Flight Harrison Ford will be there Will you

Jun 09, 2012

The AOPA Foundation cordially invites you to an elegant evening of food, fun, and amazing entertainment. Including a visit from a very special guest and friend of general aviation, Harrison Ford! The benefit will be set at the vintage Riviera Palm Springs Resort, which will transport you back to a time when Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack ruled the entertainment scene, and Hollywood was in its golden age.

The AOPA Foundation cordially invites you to an elegant evening of food, fun, and amazing entertainment.  The benefit will be set at the vintage Riviera Palm Springs Resort, which will transport you back to a time when Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack ruled the entertainment scene, and Hollywood was in its golden age.

Start the evening off as the AOPA Foundation rolls out the red carpet for you to a courtyard reception. You never know who you will find roaming the grounds of the Riviera Hotel, trying to drop in on the party. Following hors d’oeuvres and cocktails enter the Grand Ballroom for a uniquely prepared three-course dinner. Throughout dinner, you will enjoy era-inspired entertainment. Franky, Dean, Sammy—they’ll all be there. Keep your eyes peeled for a few guest appearances throughout the evening. You may be surprised by who you see!

The event will also acknowledge this year’s four winners of the AOPA Foundation’s Hat in the Ring Society Achievement Awards given to individuals whose efforts have made a significant and positive impact on the future of GA.

You can also look forward to a visit from two very special guests and friends of general aviation, new Hat in the Ring member Harrison Ford, and Hat in the Ring Society co-chair, Dave Coulier.  Also joining us will be the Flying Wild Alaska pilots John Ponts, Luke Hickerson and Doug Stewart.

Your participation is vital, and when you take part in A Night for Flight, you’re creating a legacy with a gift that helps fund the critical, tax-exempt work of the AOPA Foundation to preserve our freedom to fly. Our Foundation programs are about the real future of general aviation. We’re the nation’s leading safety advocate and resource for pilots and their passengers; we’re leading the way to grow our pilot population and improve flight training; we’re educating communities and the media on the value of GA. The United States is the last country to have any significant GA flight operations, and it’s up to pilots to preserve general aviation’s future. Please help to ensure that future generations are able to experience the practicality and fulfillment of GA flight. If you do just one thing to keep GA strong, take part in this exclusive A Night for Flight gala!

In addition to the dinner, A Night for Flight includes an online auction to benefit the AOPA Foundation – with one-of-a-kind items and experiences for pilots like you!  Bidding opens Monday, August 27 at 9:00 a.m. EDT and closes Saturday, October 13 at 7:00 p.m. EDT.  Click here www.biddingforgood.com/aopafoundation.   To see the items that you could win!

Last’s year event sold out so make your reservations now!  For tickets or more information, call Julia Jones at (301) 695-2268, or email:  juliajones@aopa.org.

A Night for Flight
Thursday, October 11, 2012 ~ 6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Riviera Palm Springs Resort, Palm Springs, CA

Transportation will be provided to/from all AOPA Official Hotels to the Riviera Hotel. Cocktail attire suggested.  $125 of your $250 ticket price is tax-deductible as a charitable contribution.  Summit registration is not required to attend A Night for Flight or bid on auction items.
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Come to AOPA Summit Get a quote Keep the kit

Jun 09, 2012

If you suspect you’re paying too much for too little insurance coverage, there’s a pretty good chance you are. So, if you come to AOPA Summit, plan to stop by our booth to get a quote backed by our membership power of nearly 400,000 aircraft owners and pilots. While you’re there, save even more on the comforts of being covered with our complimentary Summit Coverage kit, including:

If you suspect you’re paying too much for too little insurance coverage, there’s a pretty good chance you are. So, if you come to AOPA Summit, plan to stop by our booth to get a quote backed by our membership power of nearly 400,000 aircraft owners and pilots. While you’re there, save even more on the comforts of being covered with our complimentary Summit Coverage kit, including:

  • Downpour-proof poncho
  • Skin-shielding sunscreen
  • Head-shading cap
  • Handy pull-string backpack

With AOPA Insurance Services, you can get more coverage…and keep more of your money.

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Tornado Husky at undisclosed California location

Jun 08, 2012

The AOPA Sweepstakes Tougher Than A Tornado Husky is tucked away at an undisclosed location in Southern California and will remain there until being awarded to its winner at AOPA Aviation Summit Oct. 11 to 13 at Palm Springs, Calif. The Husky flew to the West Coast at the conclusion of EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wis., with a stop at its birthplace, Aviat Aircraft in Afton, Wyo., for its annual inspection.

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The AOPA Sweepstakes Tougher Than A Tornado Husky is tucked away at an undisclosed location in Southern California and will remain there until being awarded to its winner at AOPA Aviation Summit Oct. 11 to 13 at Palm Springs, Calif.

The Husky flew to the West Coast at the conclusion of EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wis., with a stop at its birthplace, Aviat Aircraft in Afton, Wyo. There, the craftsmen who build the rugged bush plane by hand gave the Tornado Husky a thorough looking over and a new annual inspection.

During an adventure-filled year, the Tornado Husky has brought attention to the promise, challenge, and excitement of flying off the beaten path, and it has dropped in at places as far flung as Bar Harbor, Maine; Key West, Fla.; Kalispell, Mont.; and now Palm Springs. But even though it has traveled far and wide, the total time on the Tornado Husky's airframe and engine are right around 200 hours—and the annual inspection confirmed this frisky young pup is just entering the prime of its life.

"It's in great shape to provide many years of reliable service," said Steve Hastings, an Aviat mechanic and IA who performed the annual inspection. "Engine compression is excellent in all cylinders (77, 78, 78, 78), and you can't get much better than that. We cleaned and gapped the spark plugs and replaced normal wear-and-tear items such as brake pads. But it's obvious this airplane is in terrific shape."

Aviat performs Husky annuals in Afton that can resemble NASCAR pit stops.

When the Tornado Husky rolled to a stop on the factory ramp, company technicians pushed it into their maintenance hangar and got right to work. After the engine compression check, they drained the oil, replaced the filter, examined the screens, replaced a misfiring ELT, repaired minor blemishes on the right aileron, and hoisted the airplane off the ground with a chain that they attached to two metal lift hooks on the top wing. The 29-inch Alaskan Bushwheel tires were removed and the wheel bearings cleaned and greased.

Even the treadless tires seem to be holding up well. Whenever possible, AOPA pilots land the Tornado Husky on grass surfaces instead of concrete in an effort to preserve the specialized tires. But since the Tornado Husky has been hangared at Frederick Municipal Airport in Maryland (where there are no turf runways) all year and flown to and from similarly hard-surface airports, the tires have spent most of their time on concrete and asphalt.

The annual inspection at Afton was completed in a single day.

"If there are no complications and we can keep two guys on it, we can often complete an annual inspection in a day like this," said Hastings, who was assisted by Aviat technician Val Swenson. "This time, the stars all aligned in our favor."

SweepsThat's been a consistent theme throughout the year. After the hard-luck Husky was battered by the Sun 'n Fun Tornado in March 2011, its fortunes seem to have improved. Everywhere it goes, the Tornado Husky is greeted by people who appreciate its unique history and the limitless possibilities for adventure it offers. (But the airplane's reputation for attracting wild weather also held true with a strong thunderstorm at EAA AirVenture, and wind and hail in Wyoming.)

And even though it's not the world's fastest airplane (105 knots at cruise), it goes places. On its westbound journey, the Tornado Husky flew 6.5 hours (with one fuel stop in Ohio) to Oshkosh where it joined a line of other aircraft on the Fisk Arrival to Runway 27. The day after EAA AirVenture ended, it logged 10.5 hours (with stops in Minnesota and South Dakota). From there, it headed almost straight south to St. George, Utah, and then hooked right into Southern California where it rode a rare tailwind westbound across the desert.

The airplane ran beautifully throughout the transcontinental flight, but stormy weather in Chicago meant crossing the blue middle of Lake Michigan, and headwinds and wilting high temperatures (and density altitudes) across the Great Plains demanded much—and the Tornado Husky delivered.

Aviat pilots Steve Anderson and Owen Genzlinger were ferrying two brand-new Huskys to Afton after EAA AirVenture, and AOPA President Craig Fuller joined their caravan in his personal Husky, and photographer George Kounis and I came in the Tornado Husky. The pack of four Huskys encountered 30-knot headwinds in western Wisconsin and Minnesota, jarring turbulence and haze and smoke from wildfires in South Dakota, and climbed as high as 11,500 feet crossing the Big Horn Mountains of northern Wyoming. During the final hour of the marathon trip, we dropped into loose formation and followed the Snake River along the base of the Grand Tetons and through the canyons to a sublime sunset arrival at Alpine Airpark. There are 14 Huskys based at Alpine, and the four new arrivals seemed to fit right in.

When the Tornado Husky's annual inspection was complete, Aviat test pilot Anderson took the airplane up for a post-maintenance flight around Afton. He then made a few minor adjustments by reducing the engine idle RPM to 675, double-checked the elevator trim tension, and lubricated the tailwheel to get rid of an occasional shimmy.

"When an airplane leaves here, we make sure everything on it is right," he said. "I'm satisfied that everything on the Tornado Husky is right. It flies like a Husky—and that's the best compliment I can give any airplane"

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AOPA Term Life Build financial security for your family

Jun 07, 2012

If something happened to you, would your family have enough assets to make sure they maintain their current lifestyle?

If something happened to you, would your family have enough assets to make sure they maintain their current lifestyle? Would they have enough to pay everyday living expenses and children’s college education, and to help them meet all the other financial obligations that you and your income provided for?

For most Americans, the answer is “No.” According to the LIMRA 2010 Life Insurance Ownership Study, 35 million Americans have no life insurance protection at all. And of those who do have coverage, most don’t have enough to ensure a secure financial future for their families.

Available to AOPA members are several Term Life Insurance options—from Group Annual Term to a 10-year or even a 20-year term. This helps many people keep coverage as they go through different stages of life, such as when they get married, have children, send children to college, and retire.

Visit the website for more information. These plans are a great way to have confidence that your loved ones will be financially secure.  

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New member products services at AOPA Tent

Jun 07, 2012

Stop by the AOPA Tent (Booth 193) during the week of EAA AirVenture, July 23 through 29, to learn more about new member products and services.

“The World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration” in Oshkosh, Wis., is fast approaching, and AOPA is ready to see you there. Stop by the AOPA Tent (Booth 193) during the week of EAA AirVenture, July 23 through 29, to learn more about new member products and services.

Come to the AOPA Tent to ask your health and medical questions to AOPA’s medical experts including Dr. Warren Silberman, Dr. Jonathan Sackier, and Gary Crump. Additionally, ask legal questions of AOPA’s legal counsel Kathy Yodice, John Yodice, and Ron Golden. (The schedule of medical and legal experts varies depending on the day. Not all experts will be available all days of the show.) Find out more about AOPA’s newest iPhone and iPad application, FlyQ, designed to provide members with a full-function airport information and flight planning resources. Get quotes and learn more about coverage from the AOPA Insurance Agency. Take safety quizzes and learn how the AOPA Foundation is working to help save general aviation.

Don’t forget you can renew your membership, or ask questions of AOPA’s aviation experts from the Pilot Information Center.

Finally, make sure to sign up each day for the Daily Drawing, sponsored by Aircraft Spruce, for your chance to win a gift card.

For more information about the AOPA Tent and the AOPA Schedule of Events, visit the Web page.

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Are you ready for a challenge

Jun 04, 2012

Spring time for many is the beginning of the flying season (unless you are fortunate enough to fly all year long). For the last few years, we’ve heard from lots of members who haven’t been flying as frequent as they’d like for a variety of reasons. While we can‘t solve all the reasons not to fly, we thought it would be fun to create a REASON to fly. Last week, AOPA announced the launch of the “AOPA Keep ‘Em Flying Challenge.”

Spring time for many is the beginning of the flying season (unless you are fortunate enough to fly all year long).  For the last few years, we’ve heard from lots of members who haven’t been flying as frequent as they’d like for a variety of reasons.   While we can‘t solve all the reasons not to fly, we thought it would be fun to create a REASON to fly.  Last week, AOPA announced the launch of the “ AOPA Keep ‘Em Flying Challenge.”

The new AOPA challenge was inspired by the Georgia Air Challenge, which was hosted by the Atlanta Aero Club. It had 308 participants who flew an estimated 1,500 hours from July 1, 2011, through Aug. 12, 2011.  Steve Champness, president of the Atlanta Aero Club, felt the Georgia effort could be expanded, and worked with AOPA to create the national challenge.

This new effort falls under AOPA’s 2012 theme, ‘Keep ʼem Flying,’ which was designed to get more people to fly general aviation and keep them flying.  Under the challenge, which runs from April 1 through July 31, 2012, pilots must do the following:

  1. Complete an Air Safety Institute online course;
  2. Fly at least five hours; and
  3. Fly in an aircraft serving as pilot in command to five airports or destinations that are more than fifty 50 nautical miles from the immediately preceding departure point.


Those in the Lighter than Air and Glider aircraft categories are exempt from the last two tasks, but instead must make five flights.   The challenge is open to any aircraft category, class, or type.  Participants must be at least 19 years old, hold at least an FAA Student Pilot Certificate and the flight must be conducted under and in accordance with FAR Part 91.

AOPA will use an honor system, where pilots can electronically certify that they met the criteria listed above, at aopa.org/flyingchallenge. Participants will be encouraged to use Facebook and Twitter to post pictures and update their progress. The winners will be announced at the AOPA Aviation Summit in Palm Springs, Calif., in October.  Prize winners will be required to produce log books that verify their entry.  The grand prize winner will receive a cash award of $2,499. The second place winner will receive $1,000, while the third place winner will receive $500. Four fourth place winners will receive $250 each.

So, if you’re up for the challenge, get out there and fly! 
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AIRCRAFT RENTERS SPRING FLYING DONT FLY UNPROTECTED

Jun 04, 2012

Now that spring is here and summer on its way, more and more of us will be taking to the skies over the next few months. The cost of aircraft renters insurance is affordable for AOPA Members, thanks to the efforts of AOPA and the AOPA Insurance Agency. AOPA members will receive a 5% discount on renters insurance policies, allowing members to obtain a comprehensive package for just as little as $99 a year.

Now that spring is here and summer on its way, more and more of us will be taking to the skies over the next few months. The cost of aircraft renters insurance is affordable for AOPA Members, thanks to the efforts of AOPA and the AOPA Insurance Agency. AOPA members will receive a 5% discount on renters insurance policies, allowing members to obtain a comprehensive package for just as little as $99 a year.

Because many of us do not own our own aircraft and need to rent or borrow to start our spring flying, providing affordable insurance products for the renter pilots was a major goal of the AOPA Insurance Agency and one we’re proud to have achieved by offering a 5% AOPA Member discount on top of competitive rates. As the largest light aircraft insurance agency in the country representing nearly 400,000 member pilots, we worked with a major “A” rated underwriter to offer our members more affordable premiums.” said AOPA Insurance Agency Sr. Vice President, Brenda Jennings. “The 5% discount applies to both new and renewing policies. Plus, members renewing their renters policy can take advantage of an additional 10% discount if they were claim and accident free during the previous policy year. ”

Visit the AOPA Insurance Agency online at www.aopaia.com/renterinsurance to apply and purchase your renter’s insurance policy today! Or call 1-800-622-2672 for more information.

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AOPA Offers Options for Term Life (2)

Jun 04, 2012

AOPA has such a diverse membership that there is not one insurance program that is best for all members. That’s why AOPA offers three distinct options when it comes to securing term life insurance to provide for your family’s needs if something happens to you.

AOPA has such a diverse membership that there is not one insurance program that is best for all members. That’s why AOPA offers three distinct options when it comes to securing term life insurance to provide for your family’s needs if something happens to you.

The first option, AOPA Group Term Life Insurance Plan, will make sure you can adequately provide for your loved ones. What makes this program special, however, is that the buying power of 400,000 AOPA members provides you a rate much more affordable than if you were buying Term Life as an individual. And, like all of AOPA Term Life products, there are no aviation exclusions, making this the right insurance for your active aviation lifestyle.

Prefer to lock in a rate? On a budget? You still need to protect your family, and AOPA’s Level Term Life Insurance makes coverage affordable. You will be able to lock in a rate and benefits for 10 or 20 years *. This is budget-friendly life insurance which also has no aviation exclusions.

Then AOPA offers, PilotLife PLUS for members over the age of 50 and under the age of 75. What’s more, there is no medical exam required. Why a special package for seniors? It’s easy to let the years fly by without upping your life insurance benefits. If you haven’t monitored your coverage lately, check it out to make sure the dollar amount has kept pace with inflation and your family’s current needs. Of course, there are no aviation exclusions with this coverage either.

More information about all three of these Term Life insurance options provided by ReliaStar Life Insurance Company, a member of the ING family of companies is available online. To save you time, you can also apply on line. Make sure your family has the support and protection it needs.

By choosing AOPA sponsored products, you ensure valuable revenue that AOPA reinvests to support our many advocacy efforts, and to fund our expanding campaign to popularize flying and to grow the number of general aviation pilots. AOPA receives a fee from the insurance broker and/or the insurer for its endorsement of this plan. Please note AOPA membership money was not used to provide this offering.

How do you know how much coverage is enough? If you’re not sure, AOPA has provided a simple checklist to help you determine how much insurance is the right amount for you and your family. AOPA simplifies this process with its free 7-Point Life Insurance Checklist which you can download online.

* The initial premium will not change for the first 10 or 20 years unless the insurance company exercises its right to change premium rates for all insureds covered under the group policy with 60 days advance written notice. 

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New discount saves members nearly 20 percent

May 31, 2012

As a new participating company in the AOPA Lifestyles Member Discounts program, Aviation Laboratories (AvLab) is now offering AOPA members a 20-percent discount off their new, trackable metal check test kits.

As a new participating company in the AOPA Lifestyles Member Discounts program, Aviation Laboratories (AvLab) is now offering AOPA members a 20-percent discount off their new, trackable metal check test kits.

“AvLab operates a full-service laboratory for testing aviation oils, oil filter debris, metal chip analysis, fuels, and hydraulic fluids,” said AOPA Vice President of Corporate Partnerships and Products Ed Thompson. “We appreciate their commitment to AOPA and our members through this generous offer.”

It’s easy for AOPA members to take advantage of the more than 20 GA-related discounts available through the AOPA Lifestyles Member Discounts Program. See how much you can save through this free, core membership benefit.

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