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AASF Fall Safety Seminar
Winter Operations, Around the Airport, Accident Lessons Learned, Current Issues and Updatew for Alaska Pilots
Date and Time:
Saturday, December 3, 2022, starting at 08:00 Alaskan Standard Time Download Calendar File
Steve McCaughey, Marshall Severson
Brief Description:

0800-0830 Check In

0830 - 0930  Winter Operations: Remarks from an experienced ski-pilot from the Iditarod Air Force. The focus will be on winter flight considerations in general rather than specific Iditarod Air Force operations. (AL03117861)

0930 - 1030  Around the Airport - Towered and Non-Towered Operations: We have tower controllers from Lake Hood and Merrill to cover the towered part and an experienced CFI II who instructs in Palmer to covered non-towered ops. The focus will be on procedures and communications. (AL03117862)

Break 1030 - 1100

1100 - 1200 Accident Lessons Learned - NTSB. We are looking for an in depth look at an accident(s) with final reports that hold valuable lessons for the attendees. (AL03117863)

1200-1300 Current Issues and Updates for Alaskan Pilots - Tom George and Marshall Severson will update attendees on Alaskan aviation developments including the new T-Routes, mountain pass charting, texting with FSS, and possibly the FAA Alaskan Safety Initiative if recent updated information is available.  (AL03117864)

*Wings credit will be given for each Seminar

Note:  Registration at the door.

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Location of Seminar:
UAA Aviation Technology Center
2811 Merrill Field Drive

Anchorage, AK 99501
Directions to Venue:

Located at the UAA Technology Center, South East corner of Merrill Field, AK

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Fly-in Seminar?:
Yes  MRI
100 seats at the facility, 80 remaining for online registration.
Registration Information:
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Contact Information:
Phone: (907) 280-6824
Additional Event Information & Acknowledgement of Industry Sponsor(s):

University of Alaska Anchorage

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Any Safety Event held based upon data/risk
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