July 1, 2019

Biweekly Bulletin – July 1, 2019

SPORTY’S FLYING CLUB ACCEPTING NEW MEMBERS

Join for the passion, fly for the fun!

Sporty’s Flying Club is the perfect opportunity to get more enjoyment and utility from your pilot certificate, delivering a host of exclusive benefits for pilots flying select rental aircraft at Sporty’s Eastern Cincinnati Aviation. Whether you’re an afternoon recreational flyer or require safe, reliable transportation for business or vacation, membership in Sporty’s Flying Club provides valuable benefits to create a fun, hassle-free aviation experience.

Benefits include

  • Access to 182, 172RG and 172 aircraft at special dry rates
  • No minimum billing for 1-2 day rentals
  • Convenient online scheduling
  • One hour of flight instruction annually ($50 value)
  • Access to dedicated 8-day block of availability annually with no minimum billing
  • Bi-monthly meetings (non-mandatory) for social and educational benefit
  • And much more.

If you possess at least a Recreational pilot certificate, you are eligible for membership. Explore more and complete an application at SportysAcademy.com/FlyingClub.

FREE WEBINAR: WEATHER FUNDAMENTALS AND STRATEGY

with meterologist Scott Dimmich

Thursday, July 18 – 8pm ET

Flying and weather are inseparable.  Every pilot must understand weather fundamentals and possess a healthy curiosity of the unknown.  In addition to weather theory, never has there been more weather information more readily available to pilots. To use this information for your maximum benefit, you need to know where to look and how to make effective use of the available weather tools.

Broadcast Meteorologist Scott Dimmich goes beyond the basics of weather theory to help you, as a pilot, make better, more informed interpretations of weather and make sound weather decisions in this free webinar presentation sponsored by Sporty’s.

Space is limited, so register now.

 

BOEING UPDATES PILOT & TECHNICIAN OUTLOOK

There’s never been a better time to make your dream a reality

 

The highly regarding Boeing Pilot & Technician Outlook, has been updated for 2019 and predicts a continued robust marketplace for professional pilots.

The publication projects that 804,000 new civil aviation pilots will be needed to fly and maintain the world fleet over the next 20 years. The forecast is inclusive of airline and business aviation. The demand will stem from a mix of fleet growth, retirements, and attrition.

If you’ve been dreaming about the challenge, adventure and rewards as a career as a professional pilot, there’s never been a better time to make that change and enter the career pilot program from Sporty’s Academy.  Designed for 2nd career individuals and those with an existing college degree, career pilot training from Sporty’s can take you from zero to hero in as little as a year.

Learn more at SporysAcademy.com.

ENHANCED RUNWAY SAFETY SIMULATOR AVAILABLE FROM FAA

Adds mobile compatibility and new scenario 

The FAA recently released an enhanced Runway Safety Pilot Simulator. The program was released last year as an interactive, self-guided resource designed to assist with teaching pilots surface safety best practices. The new and improved version is based directly on valuable feedback from pilots.

The simulator features interactive scenarios and supporting documents so you can utilize all available resources to make the best decisions.

The simulator is compatible with mobile devices and features a new 3-D animation, “Use The Airport Diagram.” Explore the Runway Safety Simulator at RunwaySafetySimulator.com.

TOP 5 SUMMER FLYING ACTIVITIES

From Sporty’s Student Pilot News

By Eric Radtke

 

The summer is still young and adventure awaits!  The good weather is upon us, Fly Ins are scheduled, and you can smell the pancakes in the air.  The freedom and adventure of general aviation knows no bounds.  Seize the moment this summer and stop dreaming, start flying.

1) Finish-Up – Are you (or someone you know) one of the thousands of aspiring pilots who started a flight training program, but didn’t finish? If so, you’re not alone and it’s probably a lot easier to pick back up then you think.  Whether your personal schedule became too hectic or you simply weren’t able to achieve the right continuity with an instructor or flight school, now is the time to engage a flight school and enroll in a “completion” program. Yes, we have those available at Sporty’s Academy.

2) Attend a Fly In – The Fly In represents one of the best opportunities to meet new friends and experience the warm community of aviation. Local Fly Ins are happening all over the country every weekend and often feature exhibits, activities for the entire family.

Read more at Sporty’s StudentPilotNews.com.

FAA MEDICALS AND BASIC MED AT SPORTY’S

Now offering Basic Med evaluations – schedule now for spring

FAA Aviation Medical Examiner, Dr. John Held, offers aviation medical exams and basic med evaluations at Sporty’s Clermont County Airport on select Saturdays. The cost of the exam is $100 payable by cash or check (no credit cards accepted).  An EKG (if required) is subject to an additional $35 fee.

DATE

TIME

Saturday, July 13

9am – 1pm

Saturday, August 3

9am – 1pm

Saturday, August 24

9am – 1pm

To schedule, please call Sporty’s at 513.735.9100 ext. 0.

For pilots pursuing Basic Med, the required online training is available through two approved sources – AOPA and Mayo Clinic.

CERTIFICATES, RATINGS AND SOLOS

Congratulations on recent achievements at Sporty’s Academy

June 19 – Jeff Hearn, ATP (instructor not pictured, Tom Baresel)

June 21 – Tim Howard, Commercial Pilot (instructor not pictured, AJ Sweatland)

 

June 21 – Eric Carnahan (left), Multiengine Rating, with instructor Paul Jurgens

June 23 – Norm Loebker (right), Commercial Pilot, with instructor Dakota Baker

June 24 – Noah Frye (left), Private Pilot, with instructor Meagan Gerding

June 24 – Seth Cooper (left), Private Pilot, with instructor Dakota Baker

June 26 – Kelly Ramsey (right), ATP, with instructor Tom Baresel

 

VIDEO TIP: C172 EXTERIOR PREFLIGHT

One of the first things you’ll learn as a student pilot is how to perform an aircraft preflight inspection. This week’s video tip looks at the step-by-step procedures for the exterior preflight of a Cessna 172.

 

 

 

Safe Flying!

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