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Welcome to the website of the Spartanburg Pilot Association

The Spartanburg Pilots Association members receive their SCAA Ambassador Passport program Jackets at the Greenwood Expo on 6-28-15. Congratulations to Brian Thomas & Stacey Paris. 

       Spartanburg Pilot Association events on the horizon

Our monthly July 13th meeting will be at the SPA FBO.

Our presenter will be a Mack Secord. Mack was in the U.S. Air Force for 22 years and is an Angel Flight pilot. Mack was recently inducted into the Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame on April 26th 2015. Mack served 22 years on active duty with the Air Force, including stints flying in Korea & Vietnam 


Our monthly August 10th meeting will be at GSP - ATC facility. The FAA controllers will be giving tours of the tower and control rooms. This will be a great meeting format, make sure you plan to fly in!  

Our September Meeting will actually be on Monday August 31st at Triple Tree!

With the general aviation fly-in just around the corner, SPA plans to help out as volunteers. Pat Derrick will be reviewing the help they will need for this year. For those who have never been, this event must not be missed!!

Our October meeting will  be held  over the weekend of Saturday & Sunday October 3rd-4th at Heavens Landing GA. SPA plans to fly as many planes as possible to allow all friends and families to join for this wonderful weekend retreat. More details to follow for this exciting event.

Our November monthly meeting will be on Monday November 9th at KSPA Hanger C: This month we will be joined by JAARS! They have  been in mission aviation for over 60 years. They  help their partners start and runFLIGHT programs—by training and sending staff, setting standards, equipping aircraft, doing on-the-ground research, and more. Currently, they help programs in Australia, Brazil, Cameroon, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Peru, and Tanzania. A interesting meeting that cannot be missed!

The South Carolina Breakfast Club comes to Spartanburg on Sunday December 13th.

It's a home cooked southern breakfast, great fellowship and flying! Every other Sunday since 1938, pilots & aviation enthusiasts in and near South Carolina have met for breakfast.