August 5, 2010
AOPA Summit staff
With forum titles such as Engine Failure After Takeoff, Spin Myths, What Went Wrong?, Real World IFR, and Night Flying Safety, just to name a few, it’s obvious safety is the name of the game at this year’s AOPA Aviation Summit being held Nov. 11 through 13 in Long Beach, Calif.
Pilot safety starts with education, and AOPA invites you to join AOPA Air Safety Foundation’s Bruce Landsberg and JJ Greenway, together with a variety of speakers such as Barry Schiff, Adrian Eichhorn, Andy Miller, and Thomas A. Horne, as they tackle key safety topics designed to help you fly smart and stay safe.
No matter your proficiency level, our safety forums will arm you with critical safety knowledge that will serve you long after AOPA Aviation Summit has come to a close.
For a full list of safety forums visit the Summit website. Haven’t registered for Summit yet? Register and book your hotel online now to take advantage of show discounts. —By AOPA Summit staff
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