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All friends of Aviation are invited. Call in your reservation to:
10th Safety Seminar at Florissant Valley Community College
Back by popular demand, "More Never Again" is the sequel to one of the AOPA Air Safety Foundation's most popular seminars. Straight from the pages of Pilot magazine, the Air Safety Foundation brings you true stories of brushes with disaster. These stories provide powerful lessons in dealing with flying challenges. Your presenter will guide discussion of what went wrong and how the flights described could have ended with another routine log book entry instead of an article in a national magazine.
* How pilots cope with threatening weather challenges.
* How pilot performance and decision making can be improved.
* IFR and VFR options and strategies.
* How IFR training can make VFR flight easier.
January 10th 1700-2100
FLORISSANT VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
3400 PERSHALL ROAD
STUDENT CENTER BLDG.
ST. LOUIS, MO
From I-270 to west Florissant Avenue exit, then west on Pershall Road. or
From I-270 to Elizabeth Avenue exit, then east on Pershall Road.
Super Safety Seminar
Boeing, Building 33
McDonnell & Lindberg Blvds
8AM to 3PM
The Silver Anniversary of the St. Louis and Southern Illinois Super Safety Seminar will kick off with Central
Region Administrator. John Turner, who will host a listening session with managers and supervisors representing
all the various FAA Divisions and Branches on hand to answer your questions about what's going on within the Administration.
The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), has invited Mr. Phil Boyer, President of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, to return to St. Louis to discuss current issues of importance to everyone who flies.
Emerson Electric, Anheuser Busch, and TWA have joined forces to sponser Mr. Ron Machado, aviation humorist, flight instructor, and safey expert, to enlighten us on some fascinating aspect of flying in his own unique way.
Because this is an expanded version of the Super Safety Seminar, a lunch break will be taken midway through the day. Attendees will have time to find nearby eating establishments, or you are invited to bring a brown bag with your favorite food, and enjoy the company of fellow pilots and airmen. Some interesting videos on seaplane safety and water survival will also be shown during the lunch break.