Tuesday, March 30, 2010

April 2010 General Meeting

Topic: Autopilot and other avionics upgrades
Date: Thursday, April 1, 2010 @ 19:45
Location: New Jersey Aviation Hall of Fame at Teterboro Airport

At this month's general meeting, we will be discussing the issue of Autopilot/Avionics upgrades to our aircraft, and other related financial matters.

Refreshments: Pizza is funded by a 50/50

Directions: Directions to the NJ Aivation Hall of Fame can be found on the museum's homepage. As a bonus to those attending the meeting, the museum opens for us a 19:00. This provides an opportunity to view some of the exhibits for free, though we do encourage people to join the museum and help fund preservation of our aviation heritage in NJ.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

IFR Ground School Refresher

Topic: IFR Ground School Refresher - Basic Instrument Systems and Scan Technique
Date: Thursday, March 4, 2010 @ 18:30
Location: New Jersey Aviation Hall of Fame at Teterboro Airport

Jordan Zaretsky, a club CFI, will be hosting an IFR ground school refresher for club members seeking advanced ratings. The meeting will take place before the regular monthly club meeting. Topic is "basic instrument systems and scan technique". Door is open to all members.

March 2010 General Meeting - International Operations

All monthly meetings of the Paramus Flying Club is open to the public.

Topic: International Operations - Lessons Learned from Flying in Haiti
Date: Thursday, March 4, 2010 @ 19:45
Location: New Jersey Aviation Hall of Fame at Teterboro Airport

This month Tomoharu Nishino (along with Jochen Spengler and Jordan Zaretsky) will discuss some lessons learned from some intensive flying we did as part of a relief mission to Haiti.

We will discuss:
  • The basic requirements of international GA flight.
  • Practical considerations for bringing a club plane abroad.
  • "Situational awareness" and "aeronautical decision making" when flying in an unfamiliar enviornment
Refreshments: Pizza is funded by a 50/50

Directions: Directions to the NJ Aivation Hall of Fame can be found on the museum's homepage. As a bonus to those attending the meeting, the museum opens for us a 19:00. This provides an opportunity to view some of the exhibits for free, though we do encourage people to join the museum and help fund preservation of our aviation heritage in NJ.