Join Kathleen A. Yodice, Esq., Law Offices of Yodice Associates as she discusses in-depth the repercussions of providing incorrect information on FAA forms, and how failing to keep up-to-date logbooks or recording inaccurate or incomplete logbook information (even if by mistake) can lead to a lot of trouble with the FAA.
Attendance is limited to participants in AOPA's Pilot Protection Services Program.
Aviation businesses don't have discretion when determining whether workers are employees or independent contractors. There are a variety of federal and state laws establishing tests and criteria for making that determination. Getting the classification wrong can be costly. This webinar will provide a general overview of the laws and tests that are used to determine whether a worker is an independent contractor or an employee. Join us for this free webinar on Wednesday, November 13 at 8:00 PM ET with guest presenter, Ray Speciale, a pilot, lawyer and CPA.
Whether you're new to flying or a seasoned aviator, join AOPA Foundation President Bruce Landsberg and Pat Murphy from NOAA’s Aviation Weather Center Nov. 7 at 7:00 p.m. ET for an engaging discussion about practical steps that can be taken to identify, plan for, and escape the deadly hazards of airframe icing.
Diligent pilots passionately pursue information to prevent accidents: recurrent training, seminars, courses and reading matter are all consumed to avoid becoming a statistic. Statistically, however, catastrophic engine failure, flight into terrain or foul weather will likely not end your days, yet most pilots are oblivious to other threats to mortality. Aimed at the average AOPA member, this webinar will provide substantive news-you-can-use to defeat heart disease, stroke, cancer and many other ogres. So join AOPA's medical counsel, Dr. Jonathan Sackier at 8:00 pm on Wednesday, October 30 for some lifesaving information.
Upgrading your panel can be one of an aircraft owner’s most expensive undertakings. Getting it right is imperative—from a cost and safety standpoint. Join AOPA Editor in Chief Tom Haines, who has managed many panel upgrades on AOPA sweepstakes airplanes, and Lancaster Avionics owner Todd Adams for insights on how to plan and execute your panel project. Learn why installing just a new audio panel alone may be the least cost-effective thing you can do; and how to maximize your avionics dollars.
At the heart of every successful flying club lies a good set of operating rules for its members. They will usually document the club's rules for aircraft scheduling, requirements for member currency and proficiency, and how to handle situations like fueling, bad weather and unplanned maintenance events. This webinar will be presented by David St George, Manager and Chief Instructor with the award-winning East Hill Flying Club in Ithaca, NY. Whether a new club just getting started, or a mature club looking to improve, David aims to guide you through the process of creating an outstanding set of operating rules for your club.
This is a follow-up on July's PPS webinar, "What We Know and Don't Know about Government Searches of Aircraft." Hear about recent developments regarding inspections of general aviation pilots and aircraft by federal and local government agencies (not the FAA), and get an understanding of what to do if you are stopped. Participants in AOPA's Pilot Protection Services (PPS) have priority admission to this webinar. AOPA members who have not yet joined PPS may also register to attend, space permitting. To ensure your seat, join PPS now.
Presenter: Kathleen A. Yodice, Esq., Law Offices of Yodice Associates
Host: Thomas Zecha, Manager, Aviation Security, AOPA
Yodice Associates aviation attorney, Talbot Martin, will discuss lease / rental agreements. Talbot will share his experience on key items to consider when deciding between lease and own, making a mutually beneficial agreement, and what “gotchas” to look out for.
Join Dave Hirschman, Senior Editor, AOPA Pilot and Adam Smith, Senior Vice President, AOPA Center to Advance the Pilot Community as they share helpful advice for learning to love flying tailwheel aircraft. They will discuss techniques, training tips, and give a little historical background that will help pilots make friends with some of the most exciting – but most imposing – general aviation airplanes in the fleet. They will cover three-point landings, wheel landings, crosswinds and short fields among other topics. Adam owns a Cessna 180. Dave is a CFII and has taught in tailwheel airplanes including Cubs, Decathlons, Pitts S-2s, Huskys, Stearmans, and T-6s.
It has been said the only thing harder than choosing the right aircraft insurance is understanding aircraft insurance at all. Between exclusions, deductibles, limits and underwriters, there is a veritable jungle of jargon. To help you cut through the confusion, we provide answers to everything you never wanted to ask about aircraft insurance, but need to know.
Steve Blonstein, General Manager of the West Valley Flying Club, will discuss how the club keeps members engaged. The club uses unique events like the California passport program, Women of West Valley, and social events to build a vibrant club community.
Join Dr. Warren Silberman, Former Manager, FAA Aerospace Medical Certification and Gary Crump, Director, AOPA Medical Certification as they discuss less common cardiac conditions that may require time-limited medical certificates. These include atrial fibrillation, PVCs (“skipped beats,”) heart murmurs, as well as some common types of “abnormal” heart rhythms that, although they are labeled as “abnormal,” generally require no detailed follow up by the FAA. *
*Must be a member of AOPA's Pilot Protection Services program to attend.
Join Steve Hedges, AOPA Director of Communications, as he discusses flying club Marketing techniques. Steve will provide an overview of the best marketing techniques for flying clubs, and answer some of the top questions AOPA receives on the topic.
Find out where your money is really going. Discover your hidden opportunities. Identify loss and new growth in this webinar hosted by The Center to Advance the Pilot Community and Flight School Business.
Learn how your health history affects your medical certificate
Do you want to fly - or get back flying after a lengthy time grounded - but wonder if your health history will prevent you from obtaining an airman medical certificate? AOPA has answers for you! Join Gary Crump, Director, Airman Medical Certification as he discusses disqualifying medical conditions, as well as those conditions that may qualify for a special issuance medical certificate. You may be surprised to learn that many pilots have been issued a special issuance medical certificate after recovering from a serious medical condition.
Join Ray Speciale, CPA and aviation attorney, as he discusses flying club accounting practices. Ray will provide an overview of the best accounting practices for flying clubs, and answer some of the top questions AOPA receives on the topic.
Many pilots regain their medical certification after cancer with a special issuance medical certificate. Find out what's involved in getting back in the air. Presenter: Warren Silberman, D.O., former manager of FAA Aerospace Medical Certification Host: Gary Crump, Director, AOPA Airman Medical Certification
*Must be a member of the AOPA Pilot Protection Services Program
Find out the top 10 factors that influence flying club insurance. Both established clubs and new clubs will benefit from the discussion on how to work with your underwriter toward better coverage and premiums. Presenter: Kathy McNeil, AOPA insurance account manager
The iPad has changed the way you fly. AOPA's new iPad app, FlyQ EFB, will change the way you fly with your iPad. This all-new app combines familiarity and simplicity with powerful features such as split-screen, 3D synthetic, and free ADS-B weather to make your flying safer and easier. This webinar shows you all the basics of using FlyQ EFB and demonstrates many of the ways it's different from other apps you may have used. Presenter: Steve Podradchik, Seattle Avionics Host: Andrew Ross
Join two of the aviation experts from AOPA's Pilot Information Center for tips on what you can do to reduce the wear and tear on your aircraft, as well as cost-saving maintenance that you can do yourself. Presenter: Craig Brown, A & P, ATP, and CFI, AOPA Senior Aviation Technical Specialist Host: Rodney Martz, AOPA Senior Aviation Technical Specialist
Join Greg Brown as he shares tips on working together as a flight training team to ensure great customer service and student success. Presenter: Greg Brown, author of The Savvy CFI and writer of AOPA Flight Training's "Flying Carpet" column.
An engaging discussion on the deadly hazards posed by thunderstorms, and how in-cockpit weather tools and ATC can help you avoid them. You'll learn important facts about the limitations of ATC weather radar, datalink weather, and common (and dangerous) assumptions pilots and controllers sometimes make. Presenters: AOPA Foundation president Bruce Landsberg, and air traffic controller (Boise Tower) Andy Marosvari.
Brush up on nontowered airport operations in a webinar from AOPA and the Air Safety Institute. Topics include VFR operations, the role of unicom, right of way, training at busy airports, IFR operations in VMC and IMC, opening and closing IFR flight plans, and more.
If you are considering an aircraft purchase, you'll want to join Tom Haines, Senior Vice President and Editor-in-Chief, AOPA Pilot, and Rodney Martz, AOPA Senior Aviation Technical Specialist as they discuss what's involved in making the big decision. Hear about what to consider when choosing your aircraft, the red-flag conditions you want to avoid, how to get insurance and financing, the steps in the sales process, and how to estimate your monthly ownership expenses.
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