The May Issue of Flightline is now available. In this month's issue our president, Gryphon McArthur talks about the changes that are being made to this year's Watsonville Air Show as well as a favorite fly-in destination ( O79 ) Sierraville Deerwater airport. Dan Chauvet talks about the importance of ALUCs (airport land use commissions) and responsible airport planning.
In this month's issue, Scott Randolph discussess the testing of a flying myth on the "Myth Busters" TV show.
On March 24th & 25th, there will be following EAA SportAir workshops held at Watsonville Airport at the AirCrafters and EAA119 hangars.
For more information: http://www.sportair.com/schedule.html
In this month's issue, Brian Moffet discusses how to take photos while flying in his article, Photography Hints.
In the President's Corner column, Gryphon McArthur discusses some of the upcoming changes in the FAA regulations.
There is also an excerpt from the Santa Cruz Sentinel that discusses the new restaurant that is opening in the spot where Zunigas used to be.
The next EAA 119 chapter meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 6th.
At the meeting, Gryphon McArthur will be presenting on the P2006T light twin aircraft from Tecnam. The aircraft will be on display outside the hangar before and during the meeting for those wanting a "hands on" look at this unique aircraft.
Doors open at 7:00. Meeting starts at 7:30.