Come to St. Louis Chapter's
meeting and hear Brian Weiler, Administrator of Aviation for the Missouri Department of Transportation. This is
your chance to hear the latest plans and developments for our airports in Missouri. And your chance to hear first
hand the political developments and current pressures concerning general aviation.
Come and get the latest information from the Administrator of Aviation himself!
We'll be at the Greenbriar Country Club, 12665 Big Bend Boulevard. Social hour starts at 1800; Dinner ($16) at 1900 and Brian will make his presentations at 2000. Reservations required. Please call Barb Lane at 636-391-2668 by Monday September 30th.
(Have a present you don't know what to do with it? Bring it to the Meeting
and donate it to our 50/50. You'll get 3 free tickets for each item donated.)
Click for Location of the Greenbriar Country Club.
October 5th & 6th
AIRstravaganza Greenville IL (GRE) Open House 0900-1700. Airplane rides, Displays, Powered
Parachutes, Ultralights, Parachute jumps, Radio Controlled aircraft and more. Food, Music etc. Over 150 Classic
& Custom Cars are expected to be on display. Proceeds to benefit the Children's Miracle Network.
Directions: I-70 West to Greenville; 2.5 miles south on Route 127. Fly-ins encouraged!
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FAA Safety Program at 1900 at Lindbergh High School, 4900 S Lindbergh (Hwy 61), between I-270 & I-55. Subject: TAKEOFF. One of the most exciting, challenging, and critical times of flight. That instant when our airplane becomes airborne. But it's also that instant when we lose all the stability of being on the ground. So as pilot in command, we must be prepared. As part of our preparation we need to be thoroughly familiar with both the capability and the limitations of the airplane we are flying. And, we need to thoroughly aware of the performance considerations effecting takeoff. Won't you join us?
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Fly-Out to Logan County Airport (AAA) to attend the German Oktoberfest in Lincoln IL. The "Heritage
in Flight Museum" is located at the airport so you will also get a chance to visit their museum. An F-4, A-7,
T-33, UH-1H, etc. are on static display. The museum itself is housed in a World War II German POW barracks. Admission
is free; donations are requested. The rotating beacon at the airport was part of the lighted airway system route
from St Louis to Chicago. This was the route that Charles Lindbergh flew as an airmail pilot.
Call Jerry Aronberg at 314-727-3832 or send him an email at email@example.com by October 17th if you plan to join us. We plan to meet at JetCorp at 1100 and depart by 1115.