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Title:
Flying into AirVenture and the New 2022 FAA NOTICE
Topic:
Whether flying VFR or IFR, first time or many times, we will review the procedures and the new 2022 FAA NOTICE (formerly NOTAM)
Date and Time:
Saturday, July 9, 2022, starting at 11:00 Eastern Daylight Time Download Calendar File
Speaker(s):
Michael Smith, pilot with experience flying into AirVenture @ OSH
Brief Description:

This seminar is geared toward anyone who wants to fly into Airventure in Oshkosh, WI. Whether you've never flow into Airventure, or have made the flight before, this seminar will focus on the basics of flying into and out of the event via the visual VFR procedures, and highlight some of the recent changes. It will also touch on the process for IFR arrivals and departures. There are now many online and video resources to help you understand the procedures, and many of those will be used to bring the new, 2022 written NOTICE (formerly called a NOTAM) to life.

Prior to attending a safety seminar please review and abide by current CDC, State and Local health guidelines.

Select Number:
EA61113495
Location of Seminar:
EAA Chapter 106 hangar - Gate 4 – REAR of LWM
400 Holt Rd (gets you near), then North Ramp Rd

North Andover, MA 01845
Directions to Venue:

Please see links for directions with images at the bottom of the event page:
https://chapters.eaa.org/eaa106/northeast-experimental-fly-in
Gate 4 has no address for your GPS, so use 400 Holt Rd to get close, turn right at the stop sign, then Gate 4 and North Ramp Rd will be on your left.


Fly-in Seminar?:
Yes  LWM
Seating:
40 seats at the facility, 36 remaining for online registration.
Registration Information:
Seminar has passed.
Sponsoring Division:
Boston FAASTeam
Contact Information:
Penny Bowman
Phone: (508) 284-5592
EAA106.INFO@gmail.com
Additional Event Information & Acknowledgement of Industry Sponsor(s):

Speaker Bio:
Mike Smith is an instrument rated private pilot and has been flying for 23 years. He has 1,000 hours of flight time, with more than 500 hours of tailwheel time. For the past 8 years and 500+ hours he has been flying a scratch-built Sonex and has recently started to build an RV-7. He has attended Airventure for 22 years in a row, and flown into Airventure 4 times (once IFR, the rest VFR). Mike also has more than 2,700 skydives and is the president of EAA Chapter 196 in Stow, MA.

This seminar is one of several at the 2022 NorthEast Experimental Fly-In, a free event with free parking and seminars.  If you have an Experimental/Amateur-Built aircraft, put it on display and show off your handiwork! If you want to learn how to build a metal plane, then check out the metal workshop on the below list.

The complete list of seminars at this year’s event:

0930–1045   *  Prop Balancing Your Aircraft & using the chapter tool – by Joel Ventura
0930–1045       Expect Turbulence - My Real-Life Experience Learning to Fly – by Keith Young
1100–1215   *  Flying into Oshkosh and the new 2022 AirVenture NOTAM – by Mike Smith
1100–1215   *  Selecting Avionics for certified or experimental aircraft – by Glenn Bergeron
1300–1415       Residential Airparks – Selection considerations for Living the Dream – by Penny Bowman
1300–1500   *  Basic Metal Aircraft Building – a hands-on metal workshop – by Bob Di Meo
* = WINGS event – Please register in advance and sign in at the seminar.

Event link (flyers includes seminar schedule):
https://chapters.eaa.org/eaa106/northeast-experimental-fly-in
Event location: North end of the airfield. Ground access via Gate 4 off Holt Rd. E/A-B flying in contact

Sponsor:
EAA Chapter 106  https://chapters.eaa.org/EAA106/  is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) educational public charity and offers educational seminars and programs throughout the year for pilots, those building their own aircraft, and aviation enthusiasts.  EAA106 organizes and hosts the annual NorthEast Experimental Aircraft Fly-In which showcases experimental/amateur-built aircraft and offers several seminars throughout the day (similar to Oshkosh ‘forums’). EAA Chapter 106 is active in youth outreach, flying EAA Young Eagles, offering two youth scholarships and will soon offer an aviation day camp to small groups of youth.

Equal Access Information:
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.
Credit Applicability:
1 Credit for Basic Knowledge Topic 3
FAASTeam Project Information:
WINGS
National Project:
Any other task not covered in the NPP that is not A/W or Ops
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