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March 2020

Death Valley Club Trip  Saturday March 7th 9am departure, to Furnace Creek Maybe some Wild Flowers should be opening. Enjoy the museum and a burger Returning before twilight

March 7th first Saturday Young Eagles free flights at 8:00am  Kids between 8 and 17 get to ride for free. Please register with EAA.org and take a guardian with you the day of the flight for approval. They also have a program for old eagle  just register on-line or stop by the airport March 7th.

Spring Forward March 8 Remember try to get your night time before that time it will be later and later for the night time. As A student you need 3 hrs 10 take-off and landings and a night cross-country.

March 12 Biannual Flight Review Class

Thursday March 12 at 6:00pm to 8:30pm.  Good for the one hour ground session which is required for the Flight review. It is also  very informative for all the things you need to know for the Private Pilot oral exam test. Cost $20.00 non-club $25.00 Instructor Wayne.

March 21-22 Sat/Sun Fox field Airshow Blue Angles will be performing Gates open at 9am Show starts 11:30 to 3.30 Cannot Fly in no room for it.

For the written test you have to sign up on line now first before you can take one best times Wednesday thru Sunday 8am-5pm need to register 24hrs prior to taking the test. call Kevin 760-810-3117.

Fuel strainers available at the desk for $6.95 and fuel sticks are $13.95

Sweatshirts for sale. $25.00            

 Hangar for rent from Brian Trekell  cost $325.00 and utilities call 760-963-6264. Hangar for Sale Mark Taylor 760-559-4734

For Sale Mooney M20j on ramp at Midfield Jim Mcguire  1-818-943-2905

Paul Bern 760-792-1311 Cessna Twin 1960 310D $65,000.00

Midfield Cessna 182G  760-247-5766 $59,000.00

N 42126 has a new engine it has no more restrictions so it can fly all the time. N737ec is getting a new engine now.

Remember the bugs are going to come out with all this good weather and clog up your pitot tube. So please make sure you install the pitot cover after each flight. You might ask your instructor to do a no-airspeed touch and go so you can experience a no airspeed condition.

Welcome To Our New Members!                         

Michael Sanchez

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