Welcome to the December Issue of The BAC Bulletin & DA News!
We’d first like to send you our best wishes for a happy holiday season! We’ve had a wonderful year, with many changes and a lot of fun. We’ve really enjoyed getting to know you better, as well as the wonderful BAC crew. We’re thankful to you for your business, and look forward to another great year with you! We’ve had nice feedback on the past issues of this newsletter that highlight the ways in which pilots can get involved in helping the community, so in this issue, we give you information about how pilots are helping rescue homeless pets. We also bring you more tips on winterizing your plane to keep it running safely throughout the winter months. We hope you enjoy this issue, and if you haven’t yet, make sure you sign up to receive it electronically at BusinessAircraftCenter.com as we will be discontinuing the printed version shortly.
Thank you again, safe flying, and Happy Holidays to you and your family!
Lynda & Santo
Animal Rescue—Another Joy of Flying
There are many joys of flying, including the freedom and peace one feels soaring above the clouds. But imagine the great satisfaction you would feel using your energy, skills and resources to rescue helpless animals from dismal lives and certain death. There are a growing number of pilots and organizations dedicated to saving the lives of homeless dogs and cats — and a growing need.
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Preparing Your Craft for the Cold
BAC Maintenance and Service department is committed to your safety, as well as prolonging the life of your plane. This month we once again stress the importance of thoroughly getting it ready for winter with more tips from Shell. Now is the time to schedule your winterizing service.
If possible, store your craft in a temperature-controlled hangar during the cold months. Whether or not that’s possible, here is a checklist of important things to do before putting up your plane for the winter.
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NEW! Outside Electrical Hookups for Preheating Your Airplane
Just contact the office and we'll have your plane warmed up and ready to go when you need it, all winter long. Monthly fee of $25 Nov - April for customers who choose this service which includes supervision and observation by BAC staff throughout the day and night. Contact Anna Bauts for more information: (203) 966-5466 or firstname.lastname@example.org.