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October 18, 2013
By Air Safety Institute Staff
Chances are, you’ve participated in one of the Air Safety Institute’s free safety education programs—either online or at an in-person seminar. With more than 1,000,000 contacts into the pilot community each year, the Air Safety Institute has tremendous reach. But, we can’t possibly get to every city. Our in-person seminars are presented in 100 cities nationwide, based on the locations with the largest pilot population. If you don’t live near one of those cities here’s your chance to present safety education to your flying club—and we’ve already created the content for you!
The Air Safety Institute has launched a new way to bring content to large group, even if you don’t have an Internet connection. Just visit this link to select the program(s) you want, download them, and you’re all set for your next flying club safety meeting. All we ask is that you let us know, after your meeting, how many people were in attendance.
Among the options are:
New content will be added quarterly, so if you don’t see the program you want, be sure to check back often.
Many ASI products are eligible for Wings credit and AOPA Accident Forgiveness. In addition, you may download certificates of completion from your ASI Transcript.
The Air Safety Institute is a division of the non-profit AOPA Foundation. Funding for ASI safety programs comes from the generosity of pilots like you.
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