Roosevelt Lake Temporary Military Operations Area SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE May 9 - 10, 2014  The Roosevelt Lake Temporary Military Operations Area (TMOA), located over Roosevelt Lake in the Tonto National Forest in eastern Arizona, supports the annual Air Combat Command Exercise ANGEL THUNDER. The exercise is designed to provide Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) training for
Join the APA at the 56th Annual Cactus Fly In Read more: Cactus Seminar Series - Fly in or Drive In! Saturday, March 1st, beginning at 9am  Seminars will be located indoors, in the large hangar just south of the fuel pit and directly east of the terminal building parking lot. Fly in or Drive in - We look forward to seeing you there!  WINGS credit is available for all of these seminars.  The schedule
APA YouTube Channel Read more: VIDEO: Soft-field Techniquesby Rich Finkle Fellow APA Members:  The Arizona Pilots Association now has our own YouTube.com channel! Our plan is to use this channel to make videos available to members and guests that promote aviation safety and education. The channel premier includes three videos in the library: An introduction to the Arizona Pilots Association A short guide
By Jim TimmRead more: Accident Summary - February 2014 FEBRUARY 2014 In this regular reporting of aviation accidents that have occurred in Arizona, we must continue to help pilots learn from the mistakes being made and take the necessary action to prevent similar accidents from occurring. During this last reporting period, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) reported four accidents that had occurred
By Jim TimmRead more: Accident Summary - January 2014 JANUARY 2014 In this regular reporting of aviation accidents that have occurred in Arizona, we must continue to help pilots learn from the mistakes being made and take the necessary action to prevent similar accidents from occurring. During this last reporting period, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) records reported three accidents that had
By Jim TimmRead more: Accident Summary - December 2013 DECEMBER 2013 In this regular reporting of aviation accidents that have occurred in Arizona, we must continue to help pilots learn from the mistakes being made and take the necessary action to prevent similar accidents from occurring. During this last reporting period, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) records reported six accidents that occurred
By Jim TimmRead more: Accident Summary - November 2013 NOVEMBER 2013 In this regular reporting of aviation accidents that have occurred in Arizona, we need to learn from the mistakes being made and take the necessary action to prevent similar accidents from occurring. During this last reporting period, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) records reported two accidents that occurred within the state of
By Jim TimmRead more: Accident Summary - October 2013 OCTOBER 2013 In reviewing these aviation accidents that have occurred in Arizona, we all need to learn from the mistakes being made and take the necessary action to prevent similar accidents from occurring. During this last reporting period, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) records reported seven accidents that occurred within the state of
Upcoming Airspace ChangesRead more: Upcoming Airspace Changes Fred Gibbs Well, here it is the end of September already – where did the summer go? Monsoon season up here in Flagstaff practically washed July and August away; the rainfall amounts were at record levels. Sure did slow down flying. But as a result of that, and the Monsoon season in the valley, the accident rate was very, very low, with NO fatalities
By Jim TimmRead more: Accident Summary - September 2013 SEPTEMBER 2013 In this regular reporting of aviation accidents that have occurred in Arizona, we need to learn from the mistakes being made and take the necessary action to prevent similar accidents from occurring. During this last reporting period, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) records reported three accidents that occurred within the state of