Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association Announces Air Safety Institute In- Person Seminar Schedule For 2016
The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) Air Safety Institute (ASI) has announced the 2016 schedule for forty-five in-person seminars across the country. The new seminars focus on how to keep abnormal situations from becoming full-blown emergencies, offer advice on keeping critical problems under control, and give our best advice on off-airport landings.
[pullquote align=”left” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]“AOPA’s Air Safety Institute meets in-person with around 25,000 pilots each year and these seminars are a great way for aviators to interact with others in their community, stay current, and learn strategies to keep flying safe” ~ George Perry, ASI Senior Vice President[/pullquote]
The ASI’s safety seminars qualify for credit with the FAA WINGS program as well as AOPA’s Accident Forgiveness and Deductible Enhancement for policyholders of Chartis Aerospace, USAIG, Phoenix Aviation Managers and Starr Aviation.
ABOUT THE AIR SAFETY INSTITUTE
AOPA’s Air Safety Institute is dedicated exclusively to providing continuing pilot education and safety programs for general aviation. It is funded by donations from individual pilots and organizations, which support the cause of improved general aviation safety. Since 1950, ASI has served all pilots and aviation enthusiasts—not just AOPA members—by providing free safety education, research, and data analysis. ASI offers award-winning online courses, nearly 200 live seminars annually throughout the U.S., flight instructor refresher courses, safety videos, accident case studies, and other materials to keep pilots safe and well informed. To learn more, visit Air Safety Institute.
Since 1939, AOPA has protected the freedom to fly by creating an environment that gives people of all ages the opportunity to enjoy aviation and all it has to offer. As the world’s largest community of pilots and aviation enthusiasts with representatives based in Frederick, Md., Washington, D.C., Wichita, Kans., and seven regions across the United States, AOPA’s events, initiatives, and services bring current and future pilots together and make aviation more accessible to everyone. To learn more, visit www.aopa.org.