September 2020 Newsletter

Posted 03 Sep 2020 — by Mike
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To see the current EAA Chapter 977 Newsletter Click here (September 2020); or for archived copies of past EAA Chapter 977 Newsletters please click here.

August 2020 Newsletter

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Posted 03 Jul 2020 — by Mike
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To see the current EAA Chapter 977 Newsletter Click here (August 2020); or for archived copies of past EAA Chapter 977 Newsletters please click here.

March 2020 Newsletter

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Posted 11 Mar 2020 — by Mike
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To see the current EAA Chapter 977 Newsletter click here; or for archived copies of past EAA Chapter 977 Newsletters please click here.

Upcoming Events.

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Posted 11 Jan 2020 — by Joyce
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The Shamrock Fly-In is March 21st, 11:30 – 1:30.  Click this link for Shamrock 2020 Flyer

Young Eagles:
Our first YE rally will be March 14th and we need volunteers!
Contact Becky to volunteer.  We will be having educational activity stations
for the kids while they wait for their flights.

Movie night will be on Wednesday, February
19th. Showing the animated movie
“Planes” (that is fun for adults too!) Popcorn
starts at 6:30, movie begins at 7:00pm!

March – no movie night, due to our Shamrock event

Saturday March 21, 2020,  Shamrock 2020 Flyer <– Click this link for Flyer

April – Dinner & A Movie Night, will be showing
“Gravity”, starring Sandra Bullock and
George Clooney.  Dinner will be Lasagna
(meat & meatless) and salad. Hope to see you then!

Cleanup Day before our Shamrock event is Saturday
March 7th, with a rain day of the 14th.
Need volunteers to make our hangar sparkle!

For more details regarding happenings at our meetings, etc., please call our Hotline – 386-243-8740.

Basic Med Exams

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Posted 09 May 2017 — by Mike
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Dr. Webster   (386) 590-1752  Call for an appointment.

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Canon Creek Weather [Beta Testing]

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Posted 22 Jul 2014 — by Mike
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You can now find Cannon Creek Weather here: Cannon Creek Airpark weather

There is also a category just above (here on EAA977.org web age) that is marked WX.  You can also find a link in there.

Dr. Carnevale is back and conducting flight physicals at LCQ

Posted 03 Feb 2012 — by Mike
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Posted 04 Mar 2011 — by Mike
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Graham’s Yard Art

Posted 04 Jul 2010 — by Mike
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For greater resolution and an additional photo of this impressive work of art, click here and scroll down until you see the photos.

FCC Bans Sale or Use of 121.5 MHz Emergency Locator Transmitters (ELT) — Effective in Agust

Posted 26 Jun 2010 — by Mike
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FCC Bans 121.5 ELTs
The Federal Communications Commission took the general aviation world by surprise when it said in a recent report it will prohibit the sale or use of 121.5 MHz emergency locator transmitters, effective in August. The Aircraft Electronics Association said it just learned of the new rule today, and has begun working with the FAA, FCC and others to allow for timely compliance without grounding thousands of general aviation aircraft. The 121.5 ELTs are allowed under FAA rules. The FCC said its rules have been amended to “prohibit further certification, manufacture, importation, sale or use of 121.5 MHz ELTs.” The FCC says that if the 121.5 units are no longer available, aircraft owners and operators will “migrate” to the newer 406.0-406.1 MHz ELTs, which are monitored by satellite, while the 121.5 frequency is not. “Were we to permit continued marketing and use of 121.5 MHz ELTs … it would engender the risk that aircraft owners and operators would mistakenly rely on those ELTs for the relay of distress alerts,” the FCC says. AOPA said today it is opposed to the rule change.
“The FCC is making a regulatory change that would impose an extra cost on GA operators, without properly communicating with the industry or understanding the implications of its action,” said AOPA Vice President of Regulatory Affairs Rob Hackman. “There is no FAA requirement to replace 121.5 MHz units with 406 MHz technology. When two government agencies don’t coordinate, GA can suffer.” The AEA said dealers should refrain from selling any new 121.5 MHz ELTs “until further understanding of this new prohibition can be understood and a realistic timeline for transition can be established.”
Excerpt from AvWeb today.  This was news on Monday, but is still being fought.

John Graham
President
Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics