Welcome to the September Issue of The BAC Bulletin & DA News!
We hope you’re enjoying the summer flying season! In this issue, we continue our focus on safety. The first article reviews co-pilot responsibilities, plus, we review “pilot speak,” and the origins of some aviation language.
We hope you had an enjoyable summer. Flying season isn’t over, and we hope you join us for our final fly-in of the year on Saturday, September 20 from 12pm–4pm for some lunch and laughter with fellow pilots (weather permitting).
Lynda & Santo Silvestro
The Co-Pilot’s Help Guide
If you’re a co-pilot and/or companion to a general aviation pilot, there are many things you can do in the right seat to help the pilot manage his or her duties and improve the safety and enjoyment of the flight. Here’s a help guide of co-pilot responsibilities, courtesy of the July/August issue of FAA Safety Briefing.
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Understanding Aviation Language
Whether you’re an experienced pilot, a rookie, or a co-pilot, it’s important to understand the language of aviation. Here’s a refresher course on pilot speak, along with some interesting facts from the July/August issue of FAA Safety Briefing.
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SAVE THE DATE!
- BAC cordially invites all pilots to our upcoming lunchtime fly-ins! Our fly-ins take place once a month on Saturdays from the spring through the fall with refreshments and food hosted by BAC, weather permitting.
- Saturday, September 20, Casual BBQ, 12pm–4pm
Looking to reduce your jet fuel costs?
Announcing our new participation in the Shell Contract Fuel Program. Shell offers discounts for corporate jets at more than 100 aviation merchants throughout the US.
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