MAR 11-12, 2017: Private/Sport Pilot Weekend Ground School
- Saturday — 8:30am to 5pm.
- Sunday — 8:30am to 5pm
- Location: Stevens Point Municipal Airport (KSTE)
The Wisconsin Flying Hamburger Special
Printable PDF of Map and List: Hamburger Social Map
Looking for something to do on an afternoon? Come join us and fellow aviation enthusiasts for an afternoon of food, friends, aviators and enjoyment. Come for a hamburger / grilled food and conversation at some of Wisconsin’s amazing and wonderful airports. Each week will be at a different airport in Wisconsin on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 5 PM until 7:00 PM or when the food runs out. Come Rain or Shine.Click here for details: http://us6.campaign-archive2.com/?u=664cd57c60f6fa3fd2f35fc1a&id=18da86cae3
July 12-13. PRIVATE / SPORT PILOT Weekend Ground School
July 12 / Free Safety Seminar: Airports, Airspace and Airmanship
July 12 / Free Safety Seminar: Runway Incursion Avoidance
Draheim is expecting about 7,000 people to attend this year’s show, and he said the event is a great opportunity for the community to experience what the Stevens Point airport has to offer. He said the event truly embodies what he believes is the spirit of aviation.
The Stevens Point Municipal Airport/Mattson Field is preparing for its biennial Air Show, which will feature air rides, plane aerobatics and a dedication ceremony for the naming of the airport. The Air Show will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, June 1, at the airport, 4501 Highway 66, Stevens Point. (Portage County Gazette)
The show offers more than 25 aircraft exhibits, emergency vehicle displays and a chance to meet and talk with pilots.
“Flying requires so much attention; it forces you to let go of daily stresses and focus on flying,” he said. “You are solely responsible for your own actions in the air, and that’s a wonderful feeling.”
Now called the “Stevens Point Municipal Airport/ Mattson Field”, the airport has been renamed to honor the first Jet Ace (a designation given to a military aviator with a high number of aerial victories) to come out of Wisconsin- Conrad “Connie” Mattson.Click here for details: http://www.stevenspointjournal.com/article/20140528/SPJ04/305290069/Airshow-takes-flight-Stevens-Point-weekend Click here for details: http://spcitytimes.com/?p=13519
James Romenesko, “I explained to Wanda that I was the guy who won the free certificate you donated for the weekend ground school at the March FAA Safety Seminar held at EAA in Oshkosh.”
INSTRUMENT Weekend Ground School
Stevens Point Municipal Airport / KSTE Stevens Point, WI
Saturday & Sunday: February 15-16, 2014
Saturday: 8:30 – 8 pm . Sunday: 8:30 – 6pm
$290: No materials or preparation necessary
FREE IFR Safety Seminar for the Instrument PilotFEB 16, 2014 starting at 8:30am
October 27, 2013: Play it Again! Dueling Pianos for hospice.
Mr. and Mrs. Fluegel, winner of the silent auction
Feel the exhilaration of flying a plane!!! You will be at the controls and flying a 4-seat, single engine airplane with a certified Flight Instructor at your side! Provided by: Am I High Aviation, LLC.
October 12 & 13: Private / Sport Pilot Weekend Ground School
October 10 & 11: Instrument Weekend Ground School
Airspace, Airports and Airmanship
- Jeff Taylor WI DOT BOA “Radio Etiquette in Towered and NonTowered Environments”
- Brett Lawton, A&P Technician at Leading Edge Airfoils “Tuning Your 2 & 4 Stroke Engines”
- Wanda Zuege CFI II , “X/C Planning & The Airspace Along Your Route”
Leave your ipads and Garmins turned off and get a short refresher on basic cross country preflight planning skills. We will be using a “wireless” Green Bay Sectional, Aviation Sectional Plotter and a basic E6b computer to figure out the course, speed, time and distance to be traveled from KSTE to KCLI.
- Tom Boyer CFI II FAA DPE , “Fly the Plane and Handle Those Distractions”
Sunday, September 9, 2012
Takeoffs & Landings: Preventing an Accident AND …
Investigation and Analysis of Two GA Crashes
Master CFI, DPE, FAASTeam Lead Rep and CFI of the Year Woody Minar will give two presentations – Takeoffs & Landings: Preventing an Accident (very popular seminar given at Oshkosh) AND a presentation on the events and causal factors leading up to the crashes of two aircraft (land and seaplane) by two of his friends.
The latter presentation will include graphics and photos of the crash sites along with the retrievals. You will no doubt be impacted and will leave you wondering how all the occupants survived.
“Wanda, I was first going to talk about the crash of our Cherokee Six-300 on July 14th. Then I thought I should add the crash of a seaplane a year ago (wheels down landing on a lake) by another friend of mine. … well, yesterday, another pilot friend of mine called me to say he crashed his Zenith 750. I went to the crash site today and took some pictures. It should be interesting to tie the casual factors together. I have some 600 combined hours in those three airplanes. Woody”
Saturday, September 8, 2012,
National Airspace System: A One Hour Review
Keep your certificate safe and avoid airspace blunders by knowing the rules of operation for each airspace. Review airspace classification and identification; know the difference between controlled and uncontrolled airspace and understand the Code of Federal Regulations that apply to the National Airspace System.
FUEL DISCOUNT: The Stevens Point Municipal Airport (KSTE) is offering a .10 cent (.10) per gallon fuel discount to all safety-minded pilots that register and attend this free one-hour safety seminar.
- Saturday, August 4, at the Stevens Point Municipal Airport