January 31, 2014
By AOPA Member Products staff
Want to get even more from your membership in AOPA? Then AOPA Premier could be for you.
For years, thousands of AOPA members have enjoyed the extra benefits and services we’ve provided through AOPA Plus. Now, AOPA Plus is AOPA Premier—but we’ve changed a lot more than the name. We’ve added more value, more services, and more savings—all in a membership package that’s affordable for almost everyone.
Upgrade your membership to AOPA Premier, and start enjoying these great benefits today.
And one more priceless benefit: As an AOPA Premier member, your dues help support critical AOPA efforts to strengthen our advocacy efforts, win key political battles, and share our aviation dream with local citizens and the next generation of pilots. There’s no better way to guarantee your freedom to fly for years to come than by becoming an AOPA Premier member today.
Plus, you’ll receive a free sign-up bonus gift when you upgrade today: the AOPA Airports Directory—a $39.95 value. It’s the perfect reference for flight planning and cockpit use, and includes airport diagrams, frequencies, and telephone numbers for more than 5,000 public-use airports, seaplane bases, and heliports. It has detailed listings for 7,000 airport businesses and FBOs, 31,000 restaurants and lodgings, 14,000 car rental and taxi services, and 12,000 local attractions. This $39.95 value is yours with our compliments—as our way of welcoming you to AOPA Premier.
Click here to upgrade to AOPA Premier today. Or, call 800/USA-AOPA (872-2672) and a member services representative will assist you.
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The AOPA AV8RS youth membership program has awarded four scholarships totaling $20,000 to teens who are pursuing flight training in high school and college.
Youths ages 13 through 18 who are members of the AOPA AV8RS program can now apply for scholarships to help them achieve their aviation dreams.
Matthew Cahn received Microsoft Flight Simulator as a Christmas gift one year. Knowing that the game had piqued his son’s interest in aviation, Matthew’s father arranged for him to go flying with a friend in November 2012. Less than a year later, Matthew is the one doing the flying. A freshman at Isidore Newman School in New Orleans, Matthew, now 15, has about 14 hours logged in a Cessna 172 and plans to solo on or near his 16th birthday on Nov. 7, 2014. He hopes to follow that up a year later and earn his private pilot certificate. His goal is to become a commercial pilot. “It would be cool to fly around the country and maybe the world,” he explains.
AOPA thanks our members for their continued support in protecting the freedom to fly.