Upcoming Events

August 13  | 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. (EDT) Shtick & Rudder – with Special Guest Rod Machado
AOPA Webinar
Join the You Can Fly Flight Training team as we welcome famed instructor and humorist Rod Machado. Rod will be taking a thought-provoking and light-hearted look at the different ways we can maintain and increase our pilot proficiency without having an instructor on board the airplane. Rod’s program will highlight several easy-to-do exercises that can lead to precise airplane control and greater cockpit confidence.

Space is limited – register today.

Thursday, August 13, 7 PM “Performance (Part 2/3) -Keeping Weight and Balance in check- an online webinar” Topic: Weight and Balance Select Number: EA25101132 Description: Do you perform a weight-and-balance calculation before every flight? Our “Bust the Rust” series of webinars continues with a review of weight-and-balance terminology followed by a derivation of the formulas, practical use examples, and simple ways to integrate weight and balance calculations into preflight planning. We’ll connect a few dots between weight-and-balance and aerodynamics, aircraft stability and control, airworthiness, and maintenance. A special emphasis will be placed on operational differences between rental aircraft and owned aircraft. To view further details and registration information for this webinar, click here.

August 13, 7 PM “Harrisburg FSDO – CFI/DPE Open Forum – Proficiency and Emphasizing the Positive” Topic: Joining forces to build a better pilot! Location: On-Line ZOOM Meeting Only Select Number: EA13101331 Description: Together as a Team, the Instructors and Designated Pilot Examiners can combine their extensive knowledge and experience with sound judgment to create and provide the most comprehensive and effective pilot training experience, a reliable and effective evaluation and an overall safer pilot. Lasting 60 to 90 minutes, this Zoom meeting is an opportunity for educators and evaluators within the Harrisburg district to join forces in order to standardize and employ best practices during pilot training and evaluation. We will cover the following topics:      – Covid-19      – Incidents      – Accidents      – Pilot Deviations      – CFI Professionalism      – Proficiency      – Other topics that are affecting you Please join us as we discuss strategies to enhance safety. To view further details and registration information for this seminar, click here.

August 19, 7 PM “Performance (Part 3/3) – Make Engine TBO Easily- An Online Webinar”
Topic: Proper Engine Operation from start to shutdown. Select Number: EA25101133 Description: Do you really know how to operate your engine? Our “Bust the Rust” webinars continues with a discussion of how an aircraft piston engine works, what the various components are, what your POH says about proper engine operation and what it means, leaning techniques, and engine instrumentation and interpretation. To view further details and registration information for this webinar, click here.

Thursday, August 20, 7PM “Introduction To Powered Paragliding”
Topic: Take a journey through the evolution of the sport from the 1980’s when parachutes were adopted to homemade airplanes Select Number: EA13101286 Description:

 Powered Paragliding is perhaps the safest form of solo flight – as well as being the least costly. These early flights were with varying degrees of success, lasting merely seconds to a few minutes – contrasted to today’s technology which is safe, reliable, and accessible.

Today’s PPG Pilots routinely fly @ or above 10K AGL…using nothing more than a 2 stroke engine and a paraglider!

To view further details and registration information for this webinar, click here.

Friday, August 21, 7 PM “There I Was! The Importance of Transition Training in Preventing LOC” Topic: Transition training can help a pilot handle emergencies and threats, which are often compounding factors in LOC. Select Number: EA17101416 Description:

Transition training is one of the most important things a pilot can do to be prepared in a new type of aircraft. A few weeks ago, I executed a safe emergency landing after having an engine failure in a Baron while giving instruction to the owner. A few hours before that and only 10 miles away, a new RV8A owner landed on a highway after fuel starvation with one empty wing tank and one fuel tank. While many see transition training as merely an insurance requirement, it can make a large difference in the pilot’s ability to handle unanticipated threats and emergencies, which are often compounding factors in Loss of Control. Ride along and see why transition training is so important in preventing loss of control!

To view further details and registration information for this webinar, click here.

August 27 | 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. (EDT) Forced Landings…A Plan to Survive AOPA Webinar
Join us for an in-depth look at how to prepare for a forced landing. Powerplant issues are the leading type of mechanical accidents. What are the chances of having to do a forced landing, what should your priorities be, what about crash survivability? Get the answers to these questions and more in this exciting and informative ASI Safety Webinar presented by Sam Huffstetler.

Space is limited – register today.

September 10 | 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. (EDT) 60 Seconds to a Perfect Landing AOPA Webinar
Yes, a good traffic pattern can set you up for a good landing. But what really matters is what you do on final. Join the Don’t Get Rusty Webinar hosts for a fun chat about what you need to be doing during those critical 60 seconds before your tires gently kiss the runway.

Space is limited – register today

Flight Standards SFAR Briefing for COVID-19 Relief
Notice Number: NOTC0148

Below is a link to a briefing by the FAA’s Flight Standards Service explaining the Special Federal Aviation Regulation (SFAR) that provides relief for certain persons and operations during the public health emergency concerning COVID-19. The presentation is approximately 45 minutes long.

You can find a frequently asked questions & answers page on the SFAR here: https://www.faa.gov/coronavirus/regulatory_updates/media/SFAR-COVID-FAQs.pdf

Additional COVID-19 information is posted here: 

Can’t get out to a Safety Seminar?
Notice Number: NOTC0079If you’ve been ordered to “Stay at Home” like some of us, consider broadening your aviation safety knowledge by taking in one of the great presentations at this link: