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About Ramp Access at Palomar
About Ramp Access at Palomar
About Ramp Access at Palomar Wondering how you can get access to the ramp at Palomar?
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Plus One Flyers Summer 2017 Newsletter
Plus One Flyers Summer 2017 Newsletter
Plus One Flyers Summer 2017 Newsletter The Plus One Flyer Newsletter of Southern California's Premier Flying Club San Diego County, California Summer 2017 Edition
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About the Let's Go Fly Committee
About the Let's Go Fly Committee
About the Let's Go Fly Committee The Let's Go Fly Committee was formed at the Board of Directors meeting on January 19, 2017. Board Member Tom Reid volunteered to chair the committee and John Scott and Hugo Fuentes became the charter committee members. As of the July 20 board meeting, the committee's Facebook Group had over…
Aerobatic Competition in Borrego October 12 thru 14!!!
Aerobatic Competition in Borrego October 12 thru 14!!!
Aerobatic Competition in Borrego October 12 thru 14!!! We have 3 Aerobatic airplanes in the club, and there is another chance coming up to compete at an IAC event in Borrego Springs on October 12-14! We are looking for pilots to enter the competition. Expenses can be reduced by sharing airplanes. If you would like to know what…
Aerospace and Aviation Forum
Aerospace and Aviation Forum
All aviation members of our community are invited to attend the “Aerospace and Aviation Forum” which will be held on Thursday, May 11, 2017, from 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at
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Learn to Fly!

Learn to Fly Now!

If you are a pilot or want to be a pilot, take a look at our fleet or read more about us. Then stop by one of our orientation meetings, sign up, and head for the skies! 

As the largest flight club in the US, you have over 50 airplanes to choose from at 4 airports in San Diego County!  Our club has instructors at every airport and many of these instructors are current and former airline, military and commercial pilots. Learning to fly is easy with Plus One Flyers. Check here for details on how to join and then check here for dates of membership briefings.  

The Reapers are Coming
The Reapers are Coming By Kris Wadolkowski, CFI We’ve seen them on the news in action over Iraq and Afghanistan, now they’re coming to a neighborhood near you. They are the MQ-9 Reapers. Reapers are Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) used for surveillance and strike. This summer, training operations for the…
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Managing Startle Response
MANAGING STARTLE RESPONSE If you've seen the new ACS (Airmen Certification Standards) which will soon be replacing the Practical Test Standards, you may have noticed a new format for training and evaluating students. It focuses on three things: What a student must Know, Do, and Consider (as in Risk Management).…
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Loss of Control
This was an important topic that came into my inbox recently from the FAA. It's a good quick read and worth some extra thought. What is Loss of Control (LOC)? A Loss of Control (LOC) accident involves an unintended departure of an aircraft from controlled flight. LOC can happen because…
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Turn your Lights On
These days, runway incursion avoidance is a big deal. The FAA is doing everything it can by educating pilots and controllers so we don’t run into one another on the ground. It’s such a safety priority that the FAA has made it a required task in the CFI PTS as…
Decision Making
11PM. A half moon, beautiful VFR night. Departing with no electrical on a 1.5 hour flight to Las Vegas. Wait, what? No electrical. How many would make that flight? I would hope that everyone would say "no way." Now suppose you have already departed. Everything is working well... Until! You…

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Membership Services Representative  

 

 

 

    Talisha Steward 

  talisha@plusoneflyers.org (702) 575-0444

Joining, membership applications, new member 

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Operations Officer (MYF, SEE, CRQ)        
      Dave Eby   dave@plusoneflyers.org (619) 279-7499

All fuel receipts, daily operations of the club at

MYF, SEE & CRQ, adding your plane to the

fleet at one of these locations.

         
Safety Officer  

 

   
      Shane Terpstra   safety@plusoneflyers.org (949) 355-6367

Issues related to accidents/incidents, becoming

a club CFI, CFI club status, CFI Safety Meetings,

questions/submissions for the Rotating Beacon.

         

Secretary

     

 

     Sarah Bouscaren

 

secretary@plusoneflyers.org

 

Newsletter content including announcements

& articles. 

 

President

      Larry Massaro

 

 

 

larry@plusoneflyers.org

 

 

 

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FAA News

Latest FAA News and Updates, Press Releases, Fact Sheets, Speeches, and Testimony
  • Today's Air Traffic Report:Low clouds, snow and rain are expected this morning in Atlanta (ATL), Boston (BOS), Charlotte (CLT), the New York area (EWR, JFK, LGA), Philadelphia (PHL), San Francisco (SFO) and the Washington, D.C., area (BWI, DCA, IAD). Thunderstorms could delay flights in North Texas (DAL, DFW) and Houston (HOU, IAH). Snow is possible tonight in Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP).Pilots: Check out the new Graphical Forecasts for Aviation (GFA) Tool from the Aviation Weather Center.For up-to-the-minute air traffic operations information, visit fly.faa.gov, and follow @FAANews on Twitter for the latest news and Air Traffic Alerts.The FAA Air Traffic Report provides...

  • Importance of Placards and Lockout/Tagout ProceduresGrab the keys and go! In aviation, we know thats not quite the case when piloting an aircraft. In addition to your other pre-check procedures, have you considered the aircrafts current maintenance status?The General Aviation Joint Steering Committee (GAJSC) has identified a number of fatal general aviation accidents caused by flying in an aircraft that is undergoing maintenance and has not yet returned to service. Yikes! How do you know your aircraft is safe? We suggest you consider adopting an informal lockout/tagout procedure to ensure that you, and other pilots, are aware that the aircraft...

  • The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has released The Annual Compendium of Commercial Space Transportation: 2018, which shows space activity in the United States and worldwide is strong and growing. Specifically, the report finds the global space industry, which combines satellite services and ground equipment, government space budgets, and global navigation satellite services equipment represents about $345 billion in activity.Acting FAA Administrator Daniel K. Elwell discussed the increase in space activity in remarks yesterday at the FAAs annual Commercial Space Conference in Washington, D.C.The FAAs Office of Commercial Space Transportation produced the document, which contains three primary parts. The first part...

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