Wisconsin Business Aviation Association
17Dec/120

December 2012 Correspondence

Wisconsin Aviation Conference - Safety Day

As planning starts for the 2013 Wisconsin Aviation Conference, WBAA wants input for two breakout sessions that would be of interest to the membership. After attending NBAA in Orlando this year, I have reached out to Jeppeson to bring “Ipods in the Cockpit” to Madison at this year’s conference May 29th – May 31st. Please contact me with any suggestions that would be of importance to your flight department. Ideas like risk management in the flight department, corporate fuel farm safety, establishing a safety culture in your organization, SMS, any and all ideas are welcome. Additionally, WBAA will be presenting another scholarship at the conference to a deserving high school student pursuing an education in aviation. Please nominate your favorite Wisconsin student for the award.

ADS-B

Performance Based Navigation and the ADS-B mandate is set for January 2020. Wisconsin currently has nine ADS-B transceivers on the ground throughout the state. As ADS-B is implemented the old VOR DME system will become the backup as FAA will decommission over half of its 967 VOR’s throughout the United States by December 2019. The FAA’s goal is to maintain VOR coverage at 5,000 feet AGL across the country. Equipping aircraft for the ADS-B mandate will take some time and money, so plan ahead.

Business Aviation Day and words from the Chairman

The Christmas season is approaching; hopefully, your nerves are not as short as the days. With the elections over we need to begin planning for the Wisconsin Business Aviation Day at the Capital. We are looking at February, on a Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday to be in Madison. To be most affective we need to have as many flight departments as possible participating-members and non-members alike. This is our first meeting, therefore, we need to make sure that the Senators on the Transportation Committee know about us. We should have at least one department from each district of the State. Do you have someone in your organization who wants to help plan?

Monday, December 17th there is a group of pilots getting together at the Landmark in Milwaukee. I look forward to meeting those of you that can attend. I am also planning an event in the Fox Valley area towards the end of January.

Recently I was talking with a Flight Department Manager and we discussed some issues within their department and I was able to offer some assistance with their issues. After he called and thanked me for the help and different perspective to the issues, I was thinking that is what this organization is for. We, as flight departments, organizations, and an industry, face the same issues. We need to continue working together.

No, I can't forget to discuss the 2013 Golf outing. January will begin the push for getting sponsors, prizes and marketing. We will need your help with attendance, prizes, attendance, charity thoughts, attendance, getting the word out to others, and attendance. I am guessing you get the point on attendance, we just want you there. Last year was fun, and with more Flight Departments it can be more fun. In 2012 we made a contribution to Veterans Airlift Command. Is the same organization okay or should we contribute elsewhere this time? Share your thoughts.

Fly Safe,

Mike Voechting, Chairman

mvoechting@wbaa.aero

920-838-2480

 

WBAA Golf Open 2013

Save Thursday, June 20th, 2013 at Madison’s Bridges Golf Course for this great event.

FAA Reauthorization

In February, Congress passed and the President signed the FAA Reauthorization, known as “FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012,” after four years of extensions. The Reauthorization has monumental affects on airports and operators in areas, such as Airport Improvement Program (AIP), Safety Management Systems, NextGen Implementation, and Aircraft Depreciation. Here in Wisconsin the Bureau of Aeronautics (BOA) estimates they will lose about four million per year in AIP Funding. The BOA has raised the state’s share for grants from 2.5% to 5%, which would leave 5% to airport sponsors, because of the new FAA funding reduction from 95% to 90%. Additionally, January 2, 2013 the Airport and Airway Trust Fund stands to lose an additional $415 million as part of the Budget Control Act of 2011. The scope of topics that are influenced by this Act can be viewed at the U.S. Government Printing Office website. Be aware how the new laws apply to your operations.

FET Tax

In March 2012 the IRS issued a memo articulating a legal opinion justifying expanding the scope of operations covered by commercial taxes to include private general aviation operations when those operations involve the owner utilizing an aircraft management company’s services. In the past, the IRS has taken the position that Part 91, private operations, conducted with the assistance of an aircraft management company is private and subject to noncommercial aviation taxes (Byer, 2012). WBAA encourages its members to visit NATA’s website and urge congress to write the IRS opposing commercial taxes on private aviation.

Membership

Please share WBAA with your colleagues and aviation friends. As we grow in numbers, we can have an influence. Also, if you become aware of any legislative issues impacting aviation, let me know.

Thanks,
Matthew Dean

 

Byer, E. R. (2012). IRS Joins FAA, TS in Circimventing the Rulemaking Process. Avition Business , 11.

28Sep/120

September 2012 Correspondence

ADS-B

Performance Based Navigation and the ADS-B mandate is set for January 2020. Wisconsin currently has nine ADS-B transceivers on the ground throughout the state. As ADS-B is implemented the old VOR DME system will become the backup as FAA will decommission over half of its 967 VOR’s throughout the United States by December 2019. The FAA’s goal is to maintain VOR coverage at 5,000 feet AGL across the country. Equipping aircraft for the ADS-B mandate will take some time and money so plan ahead.

Business Aviation Day and words from the Chairman

Well, the hot days of summer are pretty much over, now we enjoy the cooler shorter days. I wanted to do a quick update on things going on with the organization.

In August, I meet with Senator Joe Leibham, 9th Senate District, to discuss the importance of business aviation in the state and the possibility of a Business Aviation Day at the Capital. Senator Leibham is a member of the Transportation and Finance Committees.  The Senator wants to work with us to ensure we continue to have a pro-business aviation environment in Wisconsin. Senator Leibham would like us to meet with the Transportation Committee, have lunch, and then give flight departments an opportunity to meet with their senators from their districts. Specific times and dates will follow as we get more information.

Volunteers are needed for a few committees. As planning for the 2013 golf outing is underway we need at least three more people for the golf outing committee. Additionally, as we plan for Wisconsin Business Aviation Day at the capitol we will need plenty of help to make this a success event. Contact me with your information and I will forward it to the appropriate chair person.

I was able to meet with several members, and future members at EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh. It was great to catch up with those of you that I haven’t seen in a while and great meeting those new faces.

Fox Valley Technical College and UW Oshkosh invited me for the signing of the new program and agreement between the schools that will allow graduates from FVTC to continue their education with UW Oshkosh for a Bachelor’s Degree.

There has been interest in doing a shooting event, like sporting clays. If we have enough Flight Departments to participate we can get a few people to organize the day and try to make it an annual event.

I have received emails about different activities throughout the state, please keep the questions and comments coming. This is your organization and we can go in the direction you want.  I am honored to be working with all of you.

Mike Voechting, Chairman

mvoechting@wbaa.aero

920-838-2480

WBAA Golf Open 2013

Thursday, June 20th, 2013 at Madison’s Bridges Golf Course, save the date for this great event.

FAA Reauthorization

In February, Congress passed and the President signed the FAA Reauthorization, known as “FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012,” after four years of extensions. The Reauthorization has monumental affects on airports and operators in areas, such as Airport Improvement Program (AIP), Safety Management Systems, NextGen Implementation, and Aircraft Depreciation. Here in Wisconsin the Bureau of Aeronautics (BOA) estimates they will lose about four million per year in AIP Funding. The BOA has raised the state’s share for grants from 2.5% to 5%, which would leave 5% to airport sponsors, because of the new FAA funding reduction from 95% to 90%. Additionally, January 2, 2013 the Airport and Airway Trust Fund stands to lose an additional $415 million as part of the Budget Control Act of 2011. The scope of topics that are influenced by this Act can be viewed at the U.S. Government Printing Office website. Be aware how the new laws apply to your operations.

FET Tax

In March 2012 the IRS issued a memo articulating a legal opinion justifying expanding the scope of operations covered by commercial taxes to include private general aviation operations when those operations involve the owner utilizing an aircraft management company’s services. In the past, the IRS has taken the position that Part 91, private operations, conducted with the assistance of an aircraft management company is private and subject to noncommercial aviation taxes (Byer, 2012). WBAA encourages its members to visit NATA’s website and urge congress to write the IRS opposing commercial taxes on private aviation.

Membership

Please share WBAA with your colleagues and aviation friends. As we grow in numbers, we can have an influence. Also, if you become aware of any legislative issues impacting aviation, let me know.

Thanks,
Matthew Dean

 

Byer, E. R. (2012). IRS Joins FAA, TS in Circimventing the Rulemaking Process. Avition Business , 11.

18Jul/120

July 2012 Correspondence

WBAA Golf Open 2012

Thank you to everyone who made this year’s golf outing a success! The event produced over $25,000 in support of the Veterans Airlift Command, a high school scholarship, and a type rating. Kodye Shier from Fox Valley Technical College was awarded the type rating for Second-in-Command in a Phenom 100, courtesy of Embraer, as well as travel expenses by WBAA, and is scheduled to attend training later this summer. The organization plans to make the SIC type rating scholarship award an annual event. The High School Scholarship has been funded again for next year, and will be awarded next May to a deserving Wisconsin student seeking a career in aviation. Jared Meidl from Cleveland, WI received the scholarship from last year's event and will be attending the University North Dakota this coming semester. Thank you to all our sponsors and attendees; hope to see you again next year!

Waukesha Safety Day

Standard Process, Inc. and Steven Cloyd are presenting Waukesha Safety Day on Tuesday, August 14, 2012 for Part 91 corporate flight departments.

Tentative schedule:

09:00      FAA Hot Topics-Wes Hakari

Owner operator maintenance responsibilities-Jim Niehoff

11:00      Lunch will be provided

Round Table Discussion

Aircraft Demonstration

12:00      Loss of Control In-Flight: Mitigation by management-Paul Ransbury

14:00      Waukesha Airport operations (for those who wish to stay)-Kurt Stanich

Contact Steve for more information 414-378-4543 or scloyd@standardprocess.com

Obama passes $105 billion highway funding bill into law on July 6.

A federal highway funding bill signed into law last week contains several provisions of interest to business aviation operators, with one key issue stricken from the measure, but another contentious point left intact.

In debating the final legislation, lawmakers opted to strike an amendment that would have shifted regulatory authority for airspace over certain national parks and tribal lands from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to the National Park Service (NPS), a move NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen previously warned would have granted NPS "unprecedented authority" to govern the skies over park lands. Review the full article "Highway Bill Amendment Would Give Park Service Control of Skies Over National Parks."

"Any proposal which diminishes or undermines the Federal Aviation Administration's authority over our national airspace program is a dangerous precedent that could jeopardize system safety," Bolen wrote in a June letter to lawmakers.

Congress instead granted NPS the right to deny certain applications to operate new air tour routes over at Crater Lake National Park and Great Smoky Mountains National Park if the park director determines those operations "would adversely affect park resources or visitor experiences." The final bill also includes a provision to require noise-muffling equipment on helicopters flying over the Grand Canyon - a compromise largely supported by air tour operators, as it would allow them to continue flying over the popular tourist destination" (Bolen, 2012).

Less encouraging was the continuation of the "fuel fraud" tax on aviation kerosene, despite protests from aviation groups and the support of key lawmakers to repeal the measure. The "fuel fraud" law went into effect in October 2005 to ostensibly combat the possibility that commercial truck operators could purchase Jet-A for use in their vehicles, in order to avoid paying higher taxes on diesel. Review background information in the article "House Voices Add to Concern Over 'Fuel Fraud' Law" (Adocacy Letters, 2012). WBAA encourages members to contact their representatives in Congress urging repeal of the Fuel Fraud Tax.  Here is NATA’s link to take Legislative action.

FAA Reauthorization

In February, Congress passed and the President signed the FAA Reauthorization, known as “FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012,” after four years of extensions. The Reauthorization has monumental affects on airports and operators in areas, such as Airport Improvement Program (AIP), Safety Management Systems, NextGen Implementation, and Aircraft Depreciation. Here in Wisconsin the Bureau of Aeronautics (BOA) estimates they will lose about four million per year in AIP Funding. The BOA has raised the state’s share for grants from 2.5% to 5%, which would leave 5% to airport sponsors, because of the new FAA funding reduction from 95% to 90%. The scope of topics that are influenced by this Act can be viewed at the U.S. Government Printing Office website. Be aware how the new laws apply to your operations.

FET Tax

In March 2012 the IRS issued a memo articulating a legal opinion justifying expanding the scope of operations covered by commercial taxes to include private general aviation operations when those operations involve the owner utilizing an aircraft management company’s services. In the past, the IRS has taken the position that Part 91, private operations, conducted with the assistance of an aircraft management company is private and subject to noncommercial aviation taxes (Byer, 2012). WBAA encourages its members to visit NATA’s website and urge congress to write the IRS opposing commercial taxes on private aviation.

Membership

Please share WBAA with your colleagues and aviation friends. As we grow in numbers, we can have an influence. Also, if you become aware of any legislative issues impacting aviation, let me know.

Please welcome our new members:

Andy Schweichert, SC Aviation

Terry Doehling, Sterling Aviation

Jason Shook, Aviation Advisors

Tom Cyr, Jet Support Service, Inc

Joe Milisitch, Flight Safety International

Thanks,
Matthew Dean

 

Adocacy Letters. (2012, April 30). Retrieved 2012, from nbaa.org.

Bolen, E. (2012, June 22). Legislative and Regulatory Issues. Retrieved from nbaa.org.

Byer, E. R. (2012). IRS Joins FAA, TS in Circimventing the Rulemaking Process. Avition Business , 11.

5Jun/120

May 2012 Correspondence

Words from Mike Voechting

I just wanted to take a few minutes to introduce myself to all of you. Wednesday, May 9th, I became the Chairman of the Board for WBAA.  I am the Flight Department Manager for Orion Energy Systems in Manitowoc, and have been here for seven years. We currently operate an Embraer Phenom 300.

I look forward to continue the growth and expansion of WBAA, both in membership and what we can accomplish in Wisconsin and the United States. I would like all of you to send me an email or give me a call to discuss things you would like to see going on with WBAA, especially in Wisconsin. In the last year or so there have been some changes in the organization. We started the annual golf outing and created a scholarship for a high school student. This year we added the Veterans Airlift Command as a recipient of some of the funds we are raising at the upcoming golf outing. Orion has done a few VAC flights and I cannot tell you how grateful the passengers were, and how great it feels to help those families that have sacrificed so much for our country. Thanks to Embraer we will also be giving a scholarship for a Second in Command type rating for a Phenom 100 to a graduate of Fox Valley Technical College, plus some travel expenses. We need to begin planning for 2013’s golf outing in July. Who in your organization is willing to be on the committee for next year?  I would also like to have a committee that builds the membership. At the annual meeting we restructured the membership dues. Business members are now $250, if you operate turbine aircraft, and $125, if you operate piston aircraft. Associate members stayed the same at $125. Todd Berg from Manitowoc Company was also added to the board this year and I would like everyone to welcome Todd to the association. His input and assistance will be greatly appreciated.

I look forward to working with all of you during my time as your Chairman and to hearing about issues within your flight departments. Let’s work together to make WBAA better for all members.

Michael Voechting

Flight Department Manager

Orion Energy Systems, Inc.

2210 Woodland Drive

Manitowoc, WI 54220

Office 920-892-5462

Cell 920-838-2480

Fax 920-482-1917

mvoechting@wbaa.aero

www.oesx.com

 

Annual Meeting

This year’s annual meeting was attended by ten members and two guests. As Mr. Voechting mentioned, the membership fee structure has changed along with the idea of having a day at the capitol to meet and greet representatives and explain the importance to business aviation. Additionally, there were discussions to encourage WBAA members to contact their representatives in Congress urging repeal of the Fuel Fraud Tax.  Here is NATA’s link to take Legislative action.

 

Safety Day 2012

Safety Day was held in conjunction with the Wisconsin Aviation Conference. Like it or not the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (ISBAO) and the implementation of Safety Management Systems (SMS) is gaining momentum in the US. SMS’s are part of the ISBAO standard, and look to be part of the standards here in the US in the future. Some flight departments think they are just more bureaucratic paperwork and others say they make the flight department safer because everybody is involved and must engage the system. WBAA was responsible for presenting Russ Lawton from Air Charter Safety Foundation. Mr. Lawton’s presented on SMS’s and explained that many countries have and will soon mandate that operators have a SMS program in place, including the United States. SMS is a systematic, comprehensive program for the management of safety risks. They provide a foundation to organization safety through planning, goal setting, training, program implementation and performance measurement. A strong SMS encourages employees from all levels to report safety concerns while mandating management to take a proactive approach to addressing these risks before accidents occur.

SMS for FBO’s was also a topic of discussion. At Batten Airport in Racine, Flex Jet has recently asked for documentation of new employee training and recurrent training for experienced line service.
Areas of special concern were fueling, de-ice and ground handling. This is a new era for safety and having written standards and maintaining the documentation for customers to see is going to be the standard in the next few years.

Garrett Kaminskis from North American Safety Systems (NASS) presented hangar safety and loss control. Garrett’s experience as a fire department chief can help save money and improve safety in any hangar environment, regardless of size and number of aircraft. Contact Mr. Kaminskis at 262-497-3038 or gkaminskis@gmail.com with any questions about foam systems, aircraft engine lifting devices, lock-out tag-out, exit lighting and more.

FAA Reauthorization

In February, Congress passed and the President signed the FAA Reauthorization, known as “FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012,” after four years of extensions. The Reauthorization has monumental affects on airports and operators in areas, such as Airport Improvement Program (AIP), Safety Management Systems, NextGen Implementation, and Aircraft Depreciation. Here in Wisconsin the Bureau of Aeronautics (BOA) estimates they will lose about four million per year in AIP Funding. The BOA has raised the state’s share for grants from 2.5% to 5%, which would leave 5% to airport sponsors, because of the new FAA funding reduction from 95% to 90%. The scope of topics that are influenced by this Act can be viewed at the U.S. Government Printing Office website. Be aware how the new laws apply to your operations.

FET Tax

In March 2012 the IRS issued a memo articulating a legal opinion justifying expanding the scope of operations covered by commercial taxes to include private general aviation operations when those operations involve the owner utilizing an aircraft management company’s services. In the past, the IRS has taken the position that Part 91, private operations, conducted with the assistance of an aircraft management company is private and subject to noncommercial aviation taxes. (Byer, 2012) WBAA encourages its members to visit NATA’s website and urge congress to write the IRS opposing commercial taxes on private aviation.

 

WBAA Golf Open 2012

The golf outing will be held on June 11th, 2012 at 11:30 a.m. at Western Lakes Golf Club in Pewaukee, WI. Kristi Bleickardt from United States Customs and Border Protection Agency has agreed to share the latest updates and take questions concerning Customs and Immigration during the dinner hour.  Proceeds from this year’s outing will support the Veterans Airlift Command, travel expenses towards a Fox Valley aviation student’s Phenom 100 SIC Type, and a high school student scholarship, along with WBAA.  I would like to thank the sponsors who have already made a commitment to the golf outing’s success. There are still multiple sponsorship opportunities available for those interested. Hope to see you all golfing. Sign-up and sponsorship forms are available on the website.

Membership

Please share WBAA with your colleagues and aviation friends. As we grow in numbers, we can have an influence. Also, if you become aware of any legislative issues impacting aviation, let me know.

Please welcome our new members:

Terry Doehling, Sterling Aviation

Jason Shook, Aviation Advisors

Tom Cyr, Jet Support Service, Inc

Joe Milisitch, Flight Safety International

Thanks,
Matthew Dean

 

 

Byer, E. R. (2012). IRS Joins FAA, TS in Circimventing the Rulemaking Process. Avition Business , 11.

30Mar/120

March 2012 Correspondence

Annual Meeting

This year’s annual meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 8th, 2012 at the Chula Vista Resort in Wisconsin Dells. As usual, our annual meeting coincides with the annual Wisconsin Aviation Conference. Tentative time is 9:15 AM in the Luguna Vista room. Proxies will go out to all Business members in April. As always, I ask that you return your proxy to me at mdean@battenairport.aero or fax 262-833-0075 (information will be on the proxy), even if you plan to attend the meeting. You can always withdraw your proxy at the meeting and vote in person.

Safety Day 2012

WBAA Safety Day will be held May 8th, 2012 in Wisconsin Dells at the Wisconsin Aviation Conference. We are working with the Wisconsin Airport Management Association (WAMA), who is the lead group for setting up the annual Wisconsin Aviation Conference. Bryan Burns, President of Air Charter Safety Foundation, will be presenting on SMS for flight departments. Additionally, Garrett Kaminskis from North American Safety Systems will present Hangar Safety – Loss Control. The other session will be of interest to you along with presentations from the Transportation Secretary and the Director of the Bureau of Aeronautics. I will update when more information is available.

Lakeshore Aviation is proud to host AOPA's Air Safety Institute's Spring Safety Seminar, May 16th, 2012 at the Manitowoc County Airport.  This spring's seminar is entitled "Wanted: Alive!" and will cover topics to help improve pilot safety.  All levels of pilots are welcome. Doors open at 6pm with a Burger and Brat cookout with proceeds benefiting Manitowoc's Thunder on the Lakeshore Airshow (June 2 & 3).  The seminar begins at 7pm; attendees will receive FAA Wings credit. There will be door prizes, including free admission passes for the Airshow. Fuel discounts available from Lakeshore Aviation for those who fly in for the seminar. For more information contact Curt Drumm at 920-682-0043 or cdrumm@lakeshoreaviation.com.

FAA Reauthorization

In February, Congress passed and the President signed the FAA Reauthorization, known as “FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012,” after four years of extensions. The Reauthorization has monumental affects on airports and operators in areas, such as Airport Improvement Program, Safety Management Systems, NextGen Implementation, and Aircraft Depreciation. Here in Wisconsin the Bureau of Aeronautics (BOA) estimates they will lose about four million per year in AIP Funding. The BOA has raised the state’s share for grants from 2.5% to 5%, which would leave 5% to airports. The scope of topics that are influenced by this Act can be viewed at the U.S. Government Printing Office website. Be aware how the new laws apply to your operations.

BARR

The Block Aircraft Registration Request program is being restored to a form of its old self. Aircraft owners and operators no longer have to show a valid security concern to opt out of having their information published on the internet. On December 16, 2011, the FAA issued Federal Register notice to provide an update on the transitional status of the BARR program.

WBAA Golf Open 2012

The golf outing will be held on June 11th, 2012 at 11:30 a.m. at Western Lakes Golf Club in Pewaukee, WI. Kristi Bleickardt from United States Customs and Border Protection Agency has agreed to share the latest updates and take questions concerning Customs and Immigration during the dinner hour.  Proceeds from this year’s outing will support the Veterans Airlift Wing, a Fox Valley aviation student’s Phenom 100 SIC Type, and a high school student scholarship, along with WBAA.  I would like to thank the sponsors who have already made a commitment to the golf outing’s success. There are still multiple sponsorship opportunities available for those interested. Hope to see you all golfing. Sign-up and sponsorship forms are available on the website.

Membership

Please share WBAA with your colleagues and aviation friends. As we grow in numbers, we can have an influence. Also, if you become aware of any legislative issues impacting aviation let me know.

Thanks,
Matthew Dean

31Jan/120

January 2012 Correspondence

Annual Meeting

This year’s annual meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 8th, 2012 at the Chula Vista Resort in Wisconsin Dells. As usual, our annual meeting coincides with the annual Wisconsin Aviation Conference. Tentative time & location are 9:15 AM in the Luguna Vista room. Proxies will go out to all Business members in April. As always, I ask that you return your proxy to me at mdean@battenairport.aero or fax 262-833-0075 (information will be on the proxy) even if you plan to attend the meeting. You can always withdraw your proxy at the meeting and vote in person.

Safety Day 2012

Safety Day will be held May 8th, 2012 in Wisconsin Dells at the Wisconsin Aviation Conference. We are working with the Wisconsin Airport Management Association (WAMA) who is the lead group for setting up the annual Wisconsin Aviation Conference. Bryan Burns, President of Air Charter Safety Foundation, will be presenting on SMS for flight departments. The other session will be of interest to you along with presentations from the Transportation Secretary and the Director of the Bureau of Aeronautics. I will update when more information is available.

BARR

The Block Aircraft Registration Request program is being restored to a form of its old self. Aircraft owners and operators no longer have to show a valid security concern to opt out of having their information published on the internet. On December 16, 2011 the FAA issued Federal Register notice to provide an update on the transitional status of the BARR program.

WBAA Golf Open 2012

The golf outing will be held on June 11th, 2012 at 11:30 a.m. at Western Lakes Golf Club in Pewaukee, WI. Kristi Bleickardt from United States Customs and Border Protection Agency has agreed to share the latest updates and take questions concerning Customs and Immigration during the dinner hour.  I would like to thank the sponsors who have already made a commitment to the golf outing’s success, and there are still multiple sponsorship opportunities available for those interested. Hope to see you all golfing. Sign-up and sponsorship forms are available on the website.

Membership

Please welcome Curt Drumm from Lakeshore Aviation as a new business member cdrumm@lakeshoreaviation.com.

Please share WBAA with your colleagues and aviation friends. As we grow in numbers, we can have an influence.

Thanks,
Matthew Dean

   

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