The purpose of the IMC/VMC Safety Forum is to promote Safety and Proficiency in our flying. It’s a support group to connect experienced pilots with less experienced and provides helping hands to our flying family in the IFR system. We encourage all pilots to get out and receive as much instrument training as possible. The meetings are about learning from each other and sharing our flying experiences through organized hangar flying. We encourage pilots to get out and fly and have fun. Both IFR and VFR Pilots are invited to attend.
The IMC/VMC Safety Forum meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month (No December Meeting) at 19:00. Our venue is at KCXO in the Galaxy FBO. Our meeting agenda consists of brief announcements, a short aviation safety moment, and a main safety topic or speaker. We encourage everyone’s input, suggestions, and stories during the discussions.
Tommy Fankhauser EAA Chapter 302 IMC/VMC Safety Forum Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org 435-322-0528
Upcoming Summer Topics:
Listen to Tips for Flying into AirVenture 2017 Webinar at: (from June 14th IMC meeting)
You can always go to EAAVIDEO.ORG for past webinars and videos.
July 12th – 19:00 Start Time. Weather Challenge!!! Air Safety Institute safety seminar.
August – Topics: Advantages of Instrument Training for VFR Pilots and Engine Oil Analysis: Guest Speaker Wayne Odegard: CEO and Chemical Engineer of Aviation Laboratories will give the finer point and uses of the Engine Oil Analysis process.
Coming in the Fall: Dates yet to be announced