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Volume 4, Issue 7 July, 2007
Filing and Using Flight
General Membership Meeting:
FUEL RE-IMBURSEMENT PRICE FOR JULY: $4.15
Spot Landing Award, Father's Day 2007
Jim Faull takes 2nd Place with his son flying 1891X at Smiley Creek, Idaho.
We are interested in stories and/or pictures of trips from the membership! Please remit to email@example.com or call Jeff Vanhoozer (ph: 861-3972).
Insurance forms were due by April 10, 2007. Members without forms on file by April 26, 2007, have been suspended from Flight Status on Schedule Master. Click here for a copy of the form.
PLEASE REMEMBER TO CANCEL YOUR FLIGHT
IN SCHEDULE MASTER IF YOU CAN'T FLY. THE BOARD CAN CHARGE ONE HOUR PER DAY
AT THE SCHEDULED AIRCRAFT RATE ACCORDING TO T-CRAFT CLUB
Fires are burning throughout the West.
Make time in your flight planning to call Flight Service. There could be new TFR's posted in the area
you are about to fly, or numerous other items you wouldn't otherwise be
Please keep your contact information (phone numbers, email addresses, postal address) updated in Schedule Master. To check or update your contact information, login to Schedule Master, click the "User" tab at the top, then click the link that says "Click here to edit your user info" which appears just above the list of users.
Gift Certificates are now
available. Contact the Board of Directors for more information.
Remember: Monitor 121.5 after landing, and before shutdown, to be sure the ELT in your aircraft hasn't been activated.
Aircraft doors and locks are VERY SENSITIVE. Insert keys and gently turn. Slamming doors and forcing keys to operate seriously harms latches and security devices.
375: Nothing to report.
686: Fire Extinguisher replaced. Brakes replaced. Broken rudder pedal spring replaced. Intermittent Mode C issues being monitored.
64L: Monitoring engine start squawks.
91X: Nothing to report.
0YD: Starter replaced.
93S: Rear window seal repaired.
USE TACH TIME FOR SQUAWKS PLEASE. This helps the
maintenance team tremendously!
FILING A FLIGHT PLAN
What is a flight plan and why
and when should I file one? These are good questions that I have heard
pilots ask. To answer these questions let's first look at what a flight
The Board has decided to allow any members wishing to post classified ads
in the newsletter for aviation items only.
ANY MEMBER CAN REQUEST THE MINUTES FROM ANY
MEETING. Any member that would like a copy of any meeting minutes can
contact Jeff Vanhoozer by email.
Any member of the board can provide the minutes as well.