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The Spartanburg Pilot's Associations acquires a flight simulator!

This ELITE flight con­sole, the can be used for com­plete startup, flight, and shut­down pro­ce­dures. This sys­tem is great pro­ce­dural train­ing capa­bil­i­ties. It is also great for intro­duc­ing non-instrument stu­dents to basic air­craft oper­at­ing pro­ce­dures.

The system is now ready to be used,  please contact Terry or Ed in scheduling a flight!


       Spartanburg Pilot's Association 2015 Survey results! 

       Spartanburg Pilot Association events on the horizon

Our monthly meeting for March 9th, will be held at the local Fuddruckers.

Adam will be presenting using ipads in the cockpit.

ipads are being used in the aviation industry to replace paper charts and manuals. This technology is currently being used by both private and commercial aircraft pilots and will change the way pilots conduct their flying, as well as making it easier and safer for the pilots in the industry.

Please mark your calendars for this interesting meeting!

Ground School Saturday March 14th 8:30 am to 11:00 am at the KSPA FBO bottom conference room.

Subject matter: Aviation Weather Services


Spartanburg Pilots Association FOD Walk Saturday March 14th 2015 @ 12:00 pm.

We will be providing Lunch for those who join us. Please join us with this important airport activity.

Our monthly meeting for April 13th will be with the local Civil Air patrol. With the changes in the 125.5 MHz relating to our ELT's. They will be going over the process of their search and rescue efforts, and how we can be better prepared to be found and rescued by them.

Spartanburg Pilots Association Pinch Hitter Course Saturday April 18th 2015 @ 8:00 am

This day of training is for those who fly with pilots that are concerned with someone having to take the controls in an emergency situation. It is also for those that wish to assist the pilot with crew management or those who just want to know what is taking place while you are a passenger. We will spend 1/2 the day going through ground school, and the remainder or the day actually flying & landing the plane you often fly in. Check back for more details.