October 7, 2009
Don’t miss your opportunity to ask AOPA President Craig Fuller your general aviation questions during AOPA Aviation Summit, Nov. 5 through 7, in Tampa, Fla.
On Saturday, Nov. 7, Fuller will take your questions during his President’s Town Hall Summit Session from 9:35 to 10 a.m. Whether you want to talk about NextGen or user fees, growing the pilot population or GA Serves America, Fuller will be ready to answer all your questions in this interactive session.
As president of the world’s largest GA association, Fuller has his pulse on the state of the industry and the work being done on behalf of GA on Capitol Hill. At the conclusion of the session, you’ll know the latest developments in the industry and what AOPA is doing to help keep GA save, fun, and affordable.
AOPA Aviation Summit is the place to be this fall, not only for a better understanding of the current state of the industry, but also to see the latest products and aircraft on the market. So take advantage of the opportunity to enjoy all GA has to offer and have an intimate discussion with Fuller during this year’s President’s Town Hall. Sign up today!
For decades, pilots have headed to Bay Bridge Airport in the Chesapeake Bay for scenic coastal flying and great seafood. Check it out after attending the AOPA Homecoming Fly-In on Oct. 4.
A state-of-the art medical facility on remote Tangier Island in the Chesapeake Bay serves as a lasting memorial to the late Dr. David B. Nichols’ dedication to providing medical care to the community for 30 years. Now, Nichols’ aviation legacy—flying a Cessna 182 or Robinson R44 to the island every Thursday to provide that care—is set in stone.
The first A-29 Super Tucano was delivered Sept. 25, a tangible victory for Embraer and workers in the new factory in Jacksonville, Florida.
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