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Just do as yuh please - yuh don't have to thank us or laff at our jokes - sit
deep an' come often- yo're one of the folks. This page is for you so you'll
know where to go. (FLYING THAT IS)
This site will be for information about EAA Chapters 133 and 37, the Florida
Aero Club and Broward County Radio Control Assoc. and any other event I
can find out about and anything to do with airplanes or things that fly or things
that look like they might fly.
GET HIGH, FLY
Enrique Villacrez President.
EAA133-- Our chapter meets the second Thursday of the
month at Sheltair at Fort Lauderdale International Airport.
Every other month we have a picnic. See web
page for dates EAA133 page
EAA Chapter 133 Newsletter
(FLORIDA AERO CLUB) NORTH PERRY CHAPTER
Meets the second Friday of the month. Call Tony Restaino
Broward County Radio Control Assoc. Meets at the Gun
Range at Markham County Park on the Third Wednesday
of the month at 8:15 P.M..
EAA CHAPTER 620 Meets the third Tuesday of the month at
Falcon Trust Tamiami Airport. 6:30 PM
Yale Mosk Vice President email@example.com
EAA ULTRALIGHT CHAPTER 103
Light Aircraft Flyers Assoc (LAFA)
MEETS ON THE 2ND SATURDAY - - GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING TO
BE HELD IN THE PILOT’S LOUNGE AT ROBERT’S AIR AND LAFA FLY-IN AT
X-51. THE LAFA MEMBERSHIP MEETING WILL COMMENCE IN THE
MORNING ABOUT 1100 . COME ONE, COME ALL AND BRING SOME
STORIES TO DO SOME HANGER FLYING. THERE IS LOTS TO TALK
ABOUT, SO BE THERE. WE WILL BE LEAVING FOR LUNCH AFTER THE
EAA ULTRALIGHT CHAPTER 71 South Florida Fun Flyers
meets the first Saturday of the month at MacIvor &
Friends private airport at 11am, everyone is welcome. If
you can fly in the Freq. is 122.7
WHEN A PILOT DIES....
Whenever we talk about a pilot who had been killed in a flying
accident, we should all keep one thing in mind. He called upon the
sum of all his knowledge and made a judgement. He believed in it
so strongly that he knowingly bet his life on it. That his judgement
was faulty is a tragedy, not stupidity. Every instructor, supervisor,
and contemporary who every spoke to him had an opportunity to
influence his judgement, so a little of all of us goes with every pilot
As seen on a hanger wall
IN HONOR OF THE MEN AND
WOMEN FIGHTING TO
DEFEND OUR COUNTRY.
CONVERTING LOCAL TIME TO UTC1.
From local time, first convert to 24-hour time. (For example, 8:00
AM becomes 0800, 3:00 PM becomes 1500, midnight becomes 0000)
2. Now add a certain number of hours based on your time zone.
--------------Standard Time ----------Daylight Saving Time
Nov 6, 2011 to Mar 14, 2011 to Nov 6, 2011
Hawaii:-------add 10 hours----------------9 hours
Alaska:-------add 9 hours------------------8 hours
Pacific:-------add 8 hours------------------7 hours
Mountain: --add 7 hours------------------6 hours
Central: -----add 6 hours -----------------5 hours
Eastern:-----add 5 hours------------------4 hours
The flight is the reason, the destination is only an excuse!"
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