Welcome to the August Issue of The BAC Bulletin & DA News!
This issue is dedicated to volunteer pilots everywhere who are giving their time and talents to improve the lives of others. Read about Veterans Airlift Command, an organization that flies wounded vets and their families for free. We also provide eight volunteer pilot organizations that may inspire you to get involved. Enjoy this "Giving Back" issue!
Also, click here to see photos from the recent BAC & Danbury Aviation Customer Appreciation 4th of July Party.
Lynda & Santo Silvestro
Volunteer Pilots Flying Wounded Vets for Free
Veterans Airlift Command is a nonprofit, all volunteer organization that provides free air transportation for medical and other compassionate purposes to wounded veterans and their families through a nationwide network of volunteer aircraft owners and pilots.
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How Pilots Can Volunteer — Eight Sites to Get Involved
As pilots, we are lucky to see and experience things that few people ever do. We also have a very unique skill set that can do much to help improve the lives of others. In the spirit of giving back, here are eight volunteer pilot organizations that may inspire you to go wheels up for a good cause.
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Reminder: BAC Gate Pass Issuance Requirements
As many of you already know, the City of Danbury, Connecticut has installed a new gate monitoring system for our Business Aircraft Center customers. In order for you to obtain a gate pass you are required to:
- Pay your yearly aircraft registration fee with the City of Danbury
- Fill out a signed Danbury Municipal Airport Waiver Form
- Sign your Business Aircraft Center Hangar/Tie Down Agreement
- Issue a certificate of insurance naming BAC as an "additional insured" on your policy: Tango Yankee, LLC, d/b/a Business Aircraft Center
81 Kenosia Avenue, Danbury, CT 06810
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