Learn How to become a Glider Pilot
Learn how to become a Glider Pilot and learn how Gliders and Powered aircraft can safely co-exist.
Woody Minar, Paul Campobasso, Tom Binger
Woody Minar (DPE, Master CFI, CFII, MEI, CFI-G), Paul Campobasso (CFI-G), and Tom Binger (CFI-G) will present how to become a Glider Pilot and announce their Private Pilot Glider ground school which starts February 25th. This seminar is for pilots interested in getting a Glider add-on rating and for non-pilots who would like to get started in aviation and a great hobby.
You will also learn how gliders and powered aircraft can co-exist safely around airports and in the air.
Location of Seminar:
EAA Chapter 54
3275 Manning Ave
Lake Elmo, MN 55042
Directions to Venue:
Lake Elmo Airport. EAA Chapter.
seats at the facility,
remaining for online registration.
Seminar has passed.
Additional Event Information & Acknowledgement of Industry Sponsor(s):
Sponsored by Red Wing Soaring Association
Osceola, WI (KOEO)
Nothing can compare to a rewarding career in aviation. If you or a fellow airman have been flying or have been a mechanic for more than 50 years you qualify for the Wright Brothers Master Pilot or Charles Taylor Master Mechanic Awards. Simply go to faasafety.gov/Pilots/Award Programs for more information.
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WINGS credit is available for this program. If you wish to receive WINGS credit for attending this seminar please pre-register at this site. When you pre-register for seminars, you insure that credit is correctly applied to you. When you attend the program a WINGS credit sheet will be available at the registration desk. The WINGS credit sheet is what actually gets you WINGS credit for attending the event. Make sure you initial it next to your name. You may also obtain WINGS credit by adding your name and email address to the WINGS credit sheet at the seminar, but if you do this, please make sure that the email address you use is registered on www.faasafety.gov. You must have an email address to receive WINGS credit.
For more information on the new WINGS program, click on WINGS Pilot Proficiency Program on the www.faasafety.gov site, or ask a FAASTeam Representative for assistance with the program.
Equal Access Information:
The FAA Safety Team (FAASTeam) is committed to providing equal access to this meeting/event for all participants. If you need alternative formats or services because of a disability, please communicate your request as soon as possible with the person in the “Contact Information” area of the meeting/event notice. Note that two weeks is usually required to arrange services.
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