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Title:
The Role of General Aviation Camaraderie in the Israeli-Jordanian Peace Process with Brian Schiff
Topic:
The role of 'Operation Peace Flight' in the Israeli-Jordanian peace process.
Date and Time:
Tuesday, July 23, 2019, starting at 18:00 Central Daylight Time Download Calendar File
Speaker(s):
Captain Brian Schiff, ATP, CFI, CFII, MEI, AGI, IGI
Brief Description:

Brian Schiff, one of the two pilots in the lead airplane in Operation Peace Flight from Israel to Jordan, will discuss the role of general aviation camaraderie in the Israeli-Jordanian peace process.

Select Number:
WP0193349
Location of Seminar:
Wittman Terminal Building at KOSH
525 W 20th Street

Oshkosh, WI 54902
Directions to Venue:

Wittman Terminal Building is located at 525 W. 20th St., on the field at Wittman Regional Airport (KOSH) in Oshkosh, WI.  It is adjacent to the EAA grounds.


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Fly-in Seminar?:
Yes  KOSH
Seating:
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Registration Information:
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Sponsoring Division:
FAASTeam
Contact Information:
SUSAN LIEBELER
Phone: 310-729-3350
liebelersusan@gmail.com
Additional Event Information & Acknowledgement of Industry Sponsor(s):

The Role of GA Camaraderie in the Israeli-Jordanian Peace Process

at the 99s Aviation Appreciation Dinner in Oshkosh, July 23, 2019 6:00 PM

 

Capt. Brian Schiff was one of two pilots on the lead airplane in a fleet of 31 planes participating in “Operation Peace Flight” which traversed the Judean Desert between Israel and Jordan shortly after the signing of the Israeli-Jordanian peace treaty. Jordanian, American and Israeli pilots and passengers alike participated in this historic caravan of airplanes flown from Jerusalem, Israel to Amman, Jordan in the name of peace—the first ever military or civil aircraft to take off in one of these countries and land in the other. Brian will talk about his father's, Barry Schiff’s, efforts in taking advantage of the bond between airman to organize a flight between these two countries despite the existing cultural and political chasms. He will also talk about the pilots and passengers in the 31 planes, the reception in Jordan, the flight planning and special security for the flight, the regulatory requirements involved when flying from one country to another, and the role of general aviation in the peace process. In addition, Brian will share photos and key excerpts from the video of this historic event.

This program will take place at the 99s Annual Aviation Appreciation Dinner at EAA AirVenture at the Wittman Terminal Building, 525 W 20th Ave, Oshkosh, WI.  Attendees must pay and preregister for the dinner by July 16, 2019 at www.99sOshkoshdinner.com. Due to advance catering commitments and limited seating, we will be unable to accommodate walk-ins or on-site registration at the event.

Speaker:  Brian Schiff, ATP, CFI, CFII, MEI, AGI, IGI, is a captain on an Airbus 321 for a major US airline and is type-rated on the Boeing 727, 757, 767, DC-9, MD-80, Airbus 320, CL-65, LR-JET, and G-V. Schiff’s roots are deeply planted in general aviation where he has flown a wide variety of aircraft. He holds several flight instructor ratings and is recognized for his enthusiasm and ability to teach in way that simplifies complex procedures and concepts. He is a member of the Society of Aviation and Flight Educators (SAFE) and has been actively instructing since earning his flight and ground instructor certificates in 1985. Schiff has been an FAA-designated examiner. He attended San Jose State University, and earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Aeronautical Science from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and his Master of Science Degree in Aviation Safety from the University of Central Missouri. He regularly presents seminars and webinars about aviation safety and techniques to student and professional pilots throughout the United States.

Sponsor:  Ninety-Nines

 

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Credit Applicability:
½ Credit for Basic Knowledge Topic 3
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