Welcome to the July Issue of The BAC Bulletin & DA News!
Strap in for the "Summer Thrills" issue of The BAC Bulletin! First up is the 2011 Northeast Air Show Calendar, a comprehensive list of the most exciting aviation events of the summer! Also, find out if you have what it takes to be an air show stunt pilot!
We also wish to cordially invite you to attend our annual Customer Appreciation Party at Danbury Aviation on July 1, 2011 from 6:00 to 10:30PM. See below for details, and we hope to see you there!
We hope you enjoy this issue. Please feel free to send us your feedback.
Lynda & Santo Silvestro
2011 Northeast Air Show Calendar
With so many entertainment options out there, air shows are amping up the thrill factor to attract and entertain crowds. That means the summer 2011 air shows are likely to be some of the most intense ever, full of heart-pounding excitement and patriotic emotion.
Read the 2011 Northeast Air Show Calendar »
Do You Have What It Takes To Be An Air Show Stunt Pilot?
Have you ever fantasized about being an air show pilot? One of those All-American movie star- types who perform death-defying stunts in the air to the cheers of the crowd below? Well … it’s not that easy. Here’s an inside look at what it takes to be a professional air show stunt pilot, and the challenges and dangers they face in their chosen career.
Read more »
BAC and Danbury Aviation Customer Appreciation Party
This year we will once again be having our Customer Appreciation Party at Danbury Aviation on July 1, 2011 from 6:00 to 10:30PM.
As in previous years, we will be enjoying the celebration with good BBQ, refreshments; including, soda, beer and wine — and of course we will be watching the fireworks display from the Front Row!
We will also have TOMMY TUNES as our guest DJ playing all of your favorite songs before AND AFTER the fireworks. Plan on spending the final hour with us while traffic dissipates as we host “Venetian” hour — coffee, deserts, music and dancing!
Your family and friends are welcome! Wristbands will be needed to gain entry to the property. Contact us as soon as possible to get them for you and your guests. RSVP: Anna at (203) 966-5466 or email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you!
Pilots Flying Wounded Vets for Free
This month, Veterans Airlift Command volunteer and BAC friend, Andre Bohy allowed wounded Iraqi war vet, Sgt. 1st Class Frances Montes Crawford the chance to fly to Florida to see her son graduate high school. Learn how Sgt. Montes discovered that through this very special nonprofit organization, there is such thing as a free ride. Learn more about her story and the wonderful organization that gives wounded military personnel the ability to fly free of charge for medical care, special occasions and other compassionate purposes in this article from The Fay Observer, June 19, 2011 issue.
If you're a pilot interested in donating your time to our wounded warriors, learn more at the Veterans Airlift Command site.