If you were a young eagle at KVTA airport last Saturday you can find your pictures here
You received an official Young Eagles logbook with a personal code to activate your free EAA Student Membership and Sporty’s Learn to Fly Course.
As an EAA Student Member, you’ll receive free access to Sporty’s Learn to Fly Course ($199.99 value).
This interactive online course uses real-world video and incredible 3D animations to help you learn the basics of flight. Plus, EAA will reimburse you when you pass your FAA written exam ($165 value).
Learn more here
Newark-Heath Airport (KVTA) June 11th, 2016 9:00AM-12:00PM
Ever wondered what your neighborhood looks like from the sky? Or maybe you’re curious how airplanes even work. You might even dream about being a pilot. If you’re nodding your head “Yes” and are between the ages of 8 and 17, you’re ready to take a free Young Eagles flight and see what real pilots do on the ground and in the air.
YOUR FLIGHT EXPERIENCE
Your Young Eagles flight will last approximately 20 minutes and you will see the earth and sky in a new and exciting way. This is your chance to experience the freedom of flight that many people only dream about.
Many people remember this experience for the rest of their lives. You will, too!
- On the ground: Your pilot explains what will happen during the flight. You may talk about the airplane, review an aeronautical chart (or map), and complete a careful “walk-around” preflight inspection of the airplane.
- Just before takeoff: Your pilot explains the interior of the airplane, including the operation of the aircraft door, safety belts, and instrument panel.
- In the air: The flight lasts between 15 and 20 minutes. And, if you want, your pilot may let you take the controls!
- Back on the ground: There’s more time for you to ask questions about the flight. Your pilot is happy to tell you more about flying and their particular airplane.
You also get an official Young Eagles logbook with a personal code to activate your free EAA Student Membership and Sporty’s Learn to Fly Course
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Departed Newark (VTA) 8:30am for breakfast at Goodwin’s Family Restaurant in Circleville (CYO) Weather was perfect and the food and restaurant did not disappoint anyone. The aircraft and participants were:
Cessna 152 – Dick Purdue
Cessna 182 – Charlie/Cathy Rhoads and Jesse Ours
Mini Mooney – Sam Huff
Aeoronca – Mark Giles
Twin Commache – Carl Braddock, Larry Arnold,and Arnie Hartman
Cherokee 235 – Rollie Bailey, Ken Hughes, and Mark Van Winkle
Looks like we haven’t added anything to the events directory lately. Gaye and I flew to Erie, Pa last Thursday. Saw “Living in the Age of Airplanes” at the Tom Ridge Environmental Center. A must see movie!
Note: Dick sent this to me last July 2015 to post and I had trouble loading the photos. I was now able to upload them. Sorry for the delay…..
Three aircraft departed Newark (VTA) at 9:40am for brunch at the Mon Ami Restaurant Port Clinton (PCW). It was a smooth flight (couple bumps), cool temp when we landed. The buffet was outstanding as always. One of Wayne Greens passengers had her 1st birthday flight. The attendees were:
Archer II – Larry and Valinda Arnold, Arnie Hartman
Cherokee Six – Wayne Green, passengers Andy, Katie, and Emma
Cherokee 235 – Rollie and Marie Bailey, and Carl Oblinger
Take time to look at the pictures, located here.
YOUR fly-out coordinator,
It was overcast, but smooth flying weather to Carroll Co. for brunch. The food was delicious, but the camaraderie and conversation is always better. One of my passengers, who is one of our oldest 402 members had never been there.
There were five aircraft, twelve pilots and passengers that departed Newark: Twin Comanche: Carl Bradock, and Bernie Volpe;
Cessna 152: Dick and Gaye Purdue;
Archer II: Larry and Valinda Arnold, and Arnie Hartman;
Cessna 172: Jim Carter, and Jim Carter Sr;
Cherokee 235: Rollie Bailey, Jesse Ours, and Carl Oblinger.
Please check out the photos on our website.
Blue Skies Always
Your fly-out Coordinator,
Depart (VTA) at 10:30am for brunch at Edie Ryan’s in Coshocton, landing Downing (I40).
Transportation will be available.