Airparks of Arizona

AIRPARK NAME / CONTACT CITY HOMES / SITES REALTOR Big Springs Airpark Prescott 12 Mgr: Peter Hartman (928) 626-7207 Castle Wells Morristown 5/10 Mgr: Gerald DaFoe (810) 516-9122 www.wickenburgpat.com...


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November 2014 Executive Director's Report

By Jim Timm November 2014 The great fall flying weather is finally here and hopefully all of you are out there enjoying it. I hope many of you were able to make it to the Copperstate Fly in at Casa Grande and went in the big vendor display tent and stopped by the APA/RAF display to say hi. As usual, this year’s...


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Arizona Backcountry Season Ramps Up!

Arizona Backcountry Season Ramps Up! by Mark Spencer The temps are cooling down and we are in full swing for the 2014/15 backcountry season! We’ve already enjoyed two weekends at the Grapevine airstrip, just off the shores of Roosevelt Lake, National Public Lands Day at the old Double Circle Ranch north of Safford, and even a weekend at the Payson...


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APA Scholarship Program

The Arizona Pilots Association awards scholarships each year to deserving students of the East Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT) Aviation Program. With these scholarships we hope to further the education of students who intend to work in the field of aviation; be it as a pilot or as an aircraft maintenance technician. Applicants must maintain a scholastic position in...


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Backcountry Airstrip Safety Information

These bulletins were produced by the APA and RAF (http://www.theraf.org) to provide information to increase the safety of pilots choosing to fly into these backcountry airstrips. See locations on Google Maps (https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=210717304110163998128.0004cd3f14faf3845780d msa=0 ll=33.979809,-109.401855 spn=5.756351,13.392334 iwloc=0004cd3f2cedf4e38a7ca). Double Circle Ranch/Eagle Creek (images/attachments/DoubleCircleInfoPamphlet.pdf) Grapevine (images/attachments/GrapevineInfoPamphlet.pdf) Pleasant Valley Young, AZ (images/attachments/PleasantValleyInfoPamphlet.pdf) Red Creek (images/attachments/RedCreekInfoPamphlet.pdf) Grand Gulch (images/attachments/GrandGulchInfoPamphlet.pdf)


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Eagle Roost Airpark
Take a glorious flight and go 25 miles west of Wickenburg to the furthest northwest corner of Maricopa County. There you will find Eagle Roost Airpark, (27AZ), in the Valley of the Eagle. At an elevation of 2206 feet, Smith Peak to the northwest and Harquahalla Mountains to the southwest tower majestically in the distance and as a backdrop only enhance those fantastic Sonoran sunsets we’ve… Read more...Eagle Roost Airpark
November 2014 Executive Director's Report
By Jim Timm November 2014 The great fall flying weather is finally here and hopefully all of you are out there enjoying it. I hope many of you were able to make it to the Copperstate Fly in at Casa Grande and went in the big vendor display tent and stopped by the APA/RAF display to say hi. As usual, this year’s event was a good one. In the interest of promoting/improving general aviation… Read more...November 2014 Executive Director's Report
Arizona Backcountry Season Ramps Up!
Arizona Backcountry Season Ramps Up! by Mark Spencer  The temps are cooling down and we are in full swing for the 2014/15 backcountry season! We’ve already enjoyed two weekends at the Grapevine airstrip, just off the shores of Roosevelt Lake, National Public Lands Day at the old Double Circle Ranch north of Safford, and even a weekend at the Payson Municipal Airport camp ground.… Read more...Arizona Backcountry Season Ramps Up!
November GAARMS Report
November GAARMS ReportFred Gibbs While I do NOT want to jinx our good fortune so far, it has been 95 days – 3 months – since the last fatal accident in Arizona! I do not link that to just good luck, although there is some of that involved. I would much rather like to think it is us flying a little safer and a lot smarter. Sure, there have been a few fender-benders, a few run-off-the-runway… Read more...November GAARMS Report
Accident Summary - Nov 2014
By Jim Timm November 2014 The following are the preliminary NTSB accident reports of the aviation accidents that have occurred in Arizona from mid September thru late October. Hopefully we can use the information to develop safety programs and briefings that will help pilots learn from the mistakes being made by others and thus take the necessary action to prevent similar accidents from… Read more...Accident Summary - Nov 2014
Nov 1st Verde Canyon Railroad Weekend Getaway
Set aside Nov. 1st & 2nd for the upcoming trip to Cottonwood (P52) and the Verde Canyon Railroad ride.  I've been remiss sending this email until now.  Ellen Randoll has done a masterful job arranging this fly-out for EAA 1044 up at Mogollon Airpark in Heber/Overgaard.  (I'm also a member of EAA 1044.)  Since Ellen and her husband Curt are also APA members, she… Read more...Nov 1st Verde Canyon Railroad Weekend Getaway

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  • Grapevine at Roosevelt Lake A 3800' asphalt runway just steps away from Roosevelt Lake.
  • Double Circle Ranch at Eagle Creek This year marks the beginning of the reopening process of the beautiful Double Circle Ranch and airstrip near Clifton, AZ.
  • Camping in Pleasant Valley - May 2012 Enjoying a beautiful weekend in May camping in Young, AZ, at Pleasant Valley.
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These bulletins were produced by the APA and RAF to provide information to increase the safety of pilots choosing to fly into these backcountry airstrips. See locations on Google Maps.

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