The Air Safety Institute is well known for its innovative brand of online and in-person aviation safety education, from award-winning safety courses and videos to quizzes, publications, and seminars. Chances are at one time or another you’ve engaged with one or more Air Safety Institute programs and connected with other pilots to learn new techniques and pick up insights on being a better, safer pilot.
How would you like to renew that bond and feed your flying passion? The Air Safety Institute has you covered. During 2015, it will bring the aviation community together with captivating aviation safety seminars at exciting new locations whenever the opportunity arises.
To kick off this initiative, the institute will be holding its current seminar, After the Crash: Surviving an Aircraft Accident, on March 12, from 7 to 9 p.m., at Sporty’s at Clermont County Airport in Batavia, Ohio. No registration is required: Just fly in and taxi up to a great experience connecting you with fellow aviation enthusiasts!
In addition to airport and FBO sites, the institute is planning venues in towns near aviation-themed settings. The Air Safety Institute is also teaming up with aviation colleges and schools such as the Central Florida Aerospace Academy at Lakeland Linder Regional Airport in Florida, and with aviation organization chapters from the Experimental Aircraft Association and the Civil Air Patrol to secure seminar opportunities at their locations. Grab one of these excellent opportunities to compare notes with seminar leaders and flight instructors, network with other pilots, and make new friends along the way.
Remember to check the seminar calendar frequently for updates as new locations and dates are added throughout the year.
After the Crash: Surviving an Aircraft Accident has been drawing crowds of pilots eager to learn more about preparedness after a forced landing. The free seminar runs through May. Watch this short video and visit the website for dates and locations near you.