|October 4-6||2019 Fall Section Meeting||Greensboro NC|
|October 7||NOLA99s Biannual Scholarship firstname.lastname@example.org|
|October 8||NOLA99s Chapter Meeting||New Orleans|
|July 8-12||International 99s Conference||Long Beach California|
|Date to be determined||Flying Buddy Seminar||KNEW||8:30-4:30|
|TBD||ACE CAMP||Louisiana Regional Airport||9:00 am- 4:00 pm|
- Chapter Meetings
- Bi-Annual Flight Training
- Fall SE Section Meeting
- International Conference
- Flying Buddy Seminar
- International Forest of Friendship Celebration
- Girls Fly It Forward
- ACE CAMP
We welcome new members. Chapter Meetings are held monthly at rotating locations. For information on our next meeting send an email to our Chapter Chairwoman
Bi-Annual Flight Training Scholarship
- NOLA 99’s Member in good standing at the time of application.
- The applicant must be a NOLA 99 for no less than 12 months prior to applying for this scholarship.
- Request reimbursement of training funds within 6 months of award.
Submit your Application to email@example.com
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The Southeast Section of The Ninety-Nines, Inc. gather bi-annually rotating host locations in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee.
Within the framework of the Section, members develop and implement strategy’s to further their mission of inspiring women pilots within the region. Each Section Meeting consists of a business meeting, networking and other aviation interests while highlighting the uniqueness of the host community.
July 8-12, 2020 Long Beach California – details coming soon
Registration Link: Flying Buddy Seminar
This fun, informative seminar is designed for the non-pilot and will cover:
- How the airplane flies
- How to read an aeronautical chart
- How to talk on the radio
- What the instruments tell you
- What to do in an emergency
- Safety tips, etc.
Enjoy flying more and be a better Flying Buddy!
This is our tenth consecutive year to offer Free airplane rides for any girl who has never flown in a small airplane* before. Any Girl! Any Age! Our goal is to introduce 100 girls to aviation as a hobby or career option. Although this event is open to the public at no cost, girls wishing to take their first flight need to register as one of our 100. *For this event small airplane is defined as an airplane with no more than six seats. *All flights are dependent on Visual Flight Rule weather conditions and the guidelines set by the institute of Women of Aviation Worldwide (WOAW). Flights will be given in the order of check-in at the airport. Passengers (or their guardian if a minor) must sign the FLY IT FORWARD RELEASE FORM, prior to take off. Everyone is invited to: Learn about airplanes and what is involved in pre-flight. Learn more: “Lights, camera, action! 90 Years of Female Movie Stunt Pilots. Florence “Pancho” Lowe Barnes, first woman to work as a movie stunt pilot, 1929” https://www.womenofaviationweek.org/about/theme/ Louisiana Regional Airport 6255 Airport Industrial Boulevard, Gonzales, 70737, LA, United States Leaflet | © OpenStreetMap contributors Louisiana Regional Airport 6255 Airport Industrial Boulevard, Gonzales, 70737, LA, United States
ACE stands for Aviation Career Education and the week long day camp is aimed at high school students between the ages of 15 and 18 who are considering a career or hobby in aviation. Since 2010 campers have had a great time while they learned key elements to unlock a path into aviation. They didn’t want the week to end.
During the course of the week, participants will focus on the knowledge needed to pass a Private Pilot Written Exam, while at the same time they will be introduced to a wide variety of aviation career opportunities. The content of the material presented will focus on four major components: •The Airplane and the Aviator •The Airport Environment •Weather Environment •The Project There will be lots of “Hands On” experience such as: •Creating a Flight Plan •Pre-Flighting an Airplane •Making Radio Communications •Decoding Weather Information •Designing an Airport. During the lunch hour special guest speakers will share details of the careers in aviation both vocational and professional. Speakers will include: •Commercial Aviators •Military Aviators •Airport Management Professionals •Air Traffic Control Professionals •Chapter Representatives from the: ◦Experimental Aircraft Association ◦The Ninety-Nines ◦Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association ◦Black Pilots of America Camps run Monday – Friday from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM. Each camp is limited to a maximum of 16 participants. The camp fee is $250 per participant and scholarships are available. 2019 Review