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February, 2024

Thursday
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RMMACNR meetings are offered in a hybrid meeting format. You are welcome to attend in-person in the Mt. Evans Room of the RMMA Terminal Building (11755 Airport Way, Broomfield, CO) or via WebEx. Upcoming agendas and meeting access details can be found here: RMMACNR Meetings. For more information on the Community Noise Roundtable, visit the RMMACNR webpage.
Saturday
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KAPA - Wings Over the Rockies Exploration of Flight
9:30 AM
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On the first Saturday of every month*, enjoy breakfast from a local food truck, watch aircraft fly in and explore interactive exhibits and simulators. Pilots – Fly in for free breakfast! For tie-down space, contact Flight@WingsMuseum.org or 303.360.5360 ext 160. Request to be guided to Wings Ramp. Food Truck: Cruz In & Eat *Weather permitting
Monday
5
KAPA - Centennial Airport The Hangar
6:30 PM
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Meeting is open to all members.
Tuesday
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"EAA Chapter 1627 - Boulder, CO - IMC Club" Topic: Organized “Hangar Flying” Focused on Building Proficiency in Instrument Flying. Date/Time: Tues, Feb 6th (1st Tues of month) at 1900 MST. Location: via video call FOR THIS MONTH ONLY. Description: EAA Chapter 1627 offers an IMC Club for our Members - and aviation enthusiasts - who are interested in improving their flying in instrument conditions. The IMC Club’s purpose is to promote instrument flying, proficiency, and safety. The intent is to create a community of pilots willing to share information, provide recognition, foster communications, promote safety, and build proficiency in instrument flying. The IMC Club monthly programming is developed and produced by EAA, but it does not use a lecture or presentation format. Instead, an actual scenario is presented and is followed by a group discussion – so audience participation is encouraged! Since everyone has a different experience level and different airplane capabilities, we can all benefit from the discussion. (We usually provide snacks and drinks. However, via video call this month only, so no snacks for you!) The sponsor for this seminar is: FAASTeam. The FAA Safety Team (FAASTeam) is committed to providing equal access to this meeting/event for all participants. If you need alternative formats or services because of a disability, please communicate your request as soon as possible with the person in the ‘Contact Information‘ area of the meeting/event notice. Note that two weeks is usually required to arrange services. The following credit(s) are available for the WINGS/AMT Programs: Basic Knowledge 3 - 1 Credit
Wednesday
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KBDU - Big Blue Hangar / Boulder CO Municipal Airport
6:00 PM
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This month‘s meeting is a hanger tour with Craig Nelson and his Stearman! The airplane is a 1942 P13 D model used as most were as a primary trainer during WW11. It was sold after the war as surplus for $450. and was a duster for 25 yrs. eventually abandoned. Salvaged and rebuilt around 1987by Air Repair a company that specializes in rebuilding and restoring Stearmans. It now authentically represents a US Navy N2S3 as it would have appeared in December 1941. After a few previous owners I acquired the aircraft in 2006. I started working at the Pueblo Memorial Airport when I was 15 fueling airplanes. Best job I ever had. Solo’d at 16 got my license at 17. Acquired commercial, instrument and multi and flew charter and as a corporate pilot. Went on to another career when I was 25 and did not get back into flying until 2006. Pizza provided with small donation requested BYOB BYOC (bring your own chair)
Saturday
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KAPA - Wings Over the Rockies Exploration of Flight
10:00 AM
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Unleash your passion for aviation and join us at Exploration of Flight for an exciting day with radio controlled (RC) aircraft and drones in the hangar!* See impressive radio controlled aircraft built by local RC pilots and admire the precision, technology and artistry on display. Plus, watch fascinating drone demonstrations. *RC aircraft will be on static display only. Drones will be flown inside the hangar. Because we are located near runway 10-28 at Centennial Airport, we will not be flying drones or RC aircraft outside.
Tuesday
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Broomfield - EAA Chapter 43 VMC Ground Industrial Lane Conference Room
6:00 PM
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Believing that safety and proficiency are developed through education and experience, monthly meetings use topic presentations and real world scenarios to engage our members and allow them to share and build their experience. At the meetings, prospective members have the opportunity to see and discuss presentations provided by EAA Chapter 43 VMC Club. You do not have to be a member of EAA Chapter 43 to attend.
Wednesday
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KBDU - Big Blue Hangar / Boulder CO Municipal Airport
5:15 PM
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"EAA Chapter 1627 Boulder CO VMC Club" Topic: Organized “Hangar Flying” Focused on Building Proficiency in VFR Flying. Date: On Wed, Feb 14th at 17:15 Mountain Standard Time. (always 2nd Wed. of month) Location: Big Blue Hangar / Boulder CO Municipal Airport 3393 Airport Road Boulder, CO 80301 Description: EAA Chapter 1627 offers monthly meetings in which pilots can network and share knowledge and experience. The meetings use real-world scenarios to engage members, and allow a free exchange of information that improves awareness and skills. The intent is to create a community of pilots willing to share information, provide recognition, foster communications, promote safety, and build proficiency. The VMC Club monthly programming is developed and produced by EAA, but it does not use a lecture or presentation format. Instead, an actual scenario is presented and is followed by a group discussion – so audience participation is encouraged! Since everyone has a different experience level and different airplane capabilities, we can all benefit from the discussion. We have pizza or a BBQ grill right after. (Donations accepted.) The sponsor for this seminar is: FAASTeam The FAA Safety Team (FAASTeam) is committed to providing equal access to this meeting/event for all participants. If you need alternative formats or services because of a disability, please communicate your request as soon as possible with the person in the ‘Contact Information‘ area of the meeting/event notice. Note that two weeks is usually required to arrange services. The following credit(s) are available for the WINGS/AMT Programs: Basic Knowledge 3 - 1 Credit
Saturday
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KAPA - Wings Over the Rockies Exploration of Flight
7:00 AM
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EAA Chapter 301 Young Eagles Rally hosted by Wings Over the Rockies. Pilots – Please make sure you have supplies to disinfect the head sets or whatever you want to disinfect. Time line: 0700 – Doors open at EOF… not before 0720 – please have your planes parked. If you are not familiar with KAPA then please ask Centennial Ground for a progressive over to the Wings Over the Rockies Museum. 0730– we will have a safety meeting with tower personnel, and Centennial Operations, Check in with Micaela Thomas with your Tail number and EAA number. 0745 – We will start flying Young Eagles 1100-1130 – we will be done flying Ground crew – Please make sure you are dressed for the weather. Time line: 0700 – Doors open at EOF not before 07005 – please be at the EOF 0715 – ramp safety meeting / assignments
Saturday
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KCFO - Colorado Air and Space Port Front Range Flight School
9:00 AM
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Join us for a presentation and hands on event to unlock the joy of preflight. We start with a short presentation on what to look for and the reasons we check those items. Then we‘ll head out to the aircraft for some hands on work to sharpen your preflight skills. We will also include a session for flight instructors to help teach the preflight. The event will last from 0900-1230. The restaurant next door at the terminal will be open from 11AM to 8PM.
Monday
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Summary: Mike Koscielniak will discuss Wind Turbines and their impact on aviation safety. Topics covered: History of Wind Turbines Types of Wind Turbines The number of Wind Turbines in the US and Colorado Marking and Lighting of Wind Turbines Charting and Flight Planning Flight Safety Concerns Short BIO: For the past nine years Mike Koscielniak has been the Chair of Flight Safety for the Colorado Pilots Association. Mike is a private pilot: Single Engine Land and Sea as well as a Tail Wheel endorsement. He is a thirty year member of the Airplane Owners and Pilots Association, Seaplane Pilots Association and Civil Air Patrol (Safety Technician). Mike is also a FAASTeam Representative. Mike retired in 2021 after (47) years of executive management positions in manufacturing. Mike received his AA and BPS from the University System of New Hampshire.
Wednesday
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FlyteCoTower at Stapleton International Airport Control Tower
6:00 PM
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Wings Over The Rockies museum is expanding the auxiliary Board of Directors, and we are hosting an open-house meet-and-greet event to network with potential aux Board members. Anyone interested in supporting the museum, advocating for GA, teaching the next generation of pilots, or looking for leadership opportunities is a great fit. It is a good opportunity for young professionals building their resume, mid-career mentors that want to grow their network, and older pilots that want to stay connected to aviation. Questions welcome! Hope to see some CPA folks join us and help lead the Museum for years to come. Thanks!
Wednesday
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KFNL - Northern Colorado Regional Airport
7:00 PM
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Believing that safety and proficiency are developed through education and experience, monthly meetings use real world scenarios to engage our members and allow them to share and build their experience. At the meetings, prospective members have the opportunity to see and discuss presentations provided by EAA/IMC Club. You do not have to be instrument rated to attend.
Thursday
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Earnshaw Hangar
6:30 PM
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Organized “hangar flying” focused on building proficiency and practical knowledge in instrument conditions. Our meetings use real-world scenarios to engage members and allow a free exchange of information that improves awareness and skills. Visitors and guests are welcome. FAAST WINGS credit available. More information at: https://chapters.eaa.org/eaa43/imc-club
Saturday
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KAPA - Wings Over the Rockies Exploration of Flight
10:00 AM
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Meet public safety heroes, including firefighters and search and rescue responders, and learn about their roles in keeping the community safe. Check out firetrucks, rescue vehicles, air ambulances, safety equipment and more. Bring the whole family out for a fun day to see these important vehicles up close!
Saturday
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KAPA - Wings Over the Rockies Exploration of Flight
11:00 AM
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Did you know that Denver International Airport is the primary economic engine within the state of Colorado? Colorado‘s airports are essential not only to the state‘s multi-modal transportation system but their community‘s emergency access for fire-fighting and air ambulance services. They also provide jobs and open the door to opportunities around the world. Join your presenters, Shahn Sederberg and Hetty Carlson, to hear how the CDOT Division of Aeronautics supports the 76 public-use airports in the Colorado Airport System and how those airports are crucial to their communities, both large and small.
Tuesday
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Industrial Lane Enter back of building, east of loading dock, up stairs.
6:00 PM
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Focused, practical discussions geared toward building proficiency and practical knowledge with building and maintaining homebuilt aircraft. Our meetings allow a free exchange of information that improves awareness and skills in building and maintaining aircraft. Two active build projects are located near the meeting room and available for a hands-on experience. Visitors and guests are welcome. FAAST WINGS credit available. Enter the rear of the building, east of the loading dock, up the stairs.