Get Rewarded and Fly Safer

Are your flying club members ready to have some fun, brush up on safety, and get rewarded, too? The AOPA Air Safety Institute (ASI) has kicked off its new “Learn and Earn Safety Challenge” that enters you into prize drawings for cool aviation gear each time you complete one of ASI’s eligible online programs.

If you are already a loyal ASI course taker, you will automatically receive a prize entry for each qualified free online safety course, Real Pilot Story, and Accident Case Study you take each quarter— the more courses you take, the more chances to win.

But maybe you know pilots in your club who are new to flying and have never taken an ASI course. They are invited to take the new ASI interactive safety challenge that will match them up with a course tailored specifically to their experience level and flying style. You should try it too!

It’s not only fun to take the challenge, but it also provides an easy place to start while assuring you are taking a course that qualifies for the prize drawings. Next, you can take the challenge as many times as you like or just go to your online transcript to identify other qualified courses you wish to take. To top it off, you will be rewarded by gaining new knowledge while honing your flying skills.

Each quarter, a new prize will be awarded…starting with a Stratus 2 ADS-B receiver, courtesy of Sporty’s Pilot Shop. The first prize winner will be selected in March.

The Air Safety Institute’s “Learn and Earn Safety Challenge” will run throughout 2015, with four separate winners announced in March, June, September, and December. Visit the Learn and Earn website for complete rules and additional details.

Good luck, and don’t forget to share this with all your flying club members…one of you just may be the first ASI “Learn and Earn Safety Challenge” winner!

Safe pilots are always learning, and the Air Safety Institute’s goal is to ensure pilots have a wealth of information to keep flying safely. Our educational programs are funded through donations from pilots dedicated to forwarding that mission. Show your support by donating to the AOPA Foundation today.

Topics: Training and Safety, Aviation Industry, AOPA Foundation

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