News from Headquarters: Lets Talk Osh

July is quickly approaching which, of course, means that EAA AirVenture 2024 is just around the corner. 

For me this marks a chance to cross off a bucket list item: fly the famous Fisk arrival and, hopefully, gently touch down on one of the widely recognized colored dots as solo PIC. For the AOPA Flying Clubs Initiative Oshkosh is a chance for us to share our passion with the aviation community.  On Thursday, July 25th at 1600 the AOPA Flying Clubs Initiative will be presenting Maximum Fun, Minimum Cost: The Wonderful World of Flying Clubs followed by a social hour with catered dinner and drinks starting at 1800.  I cannot wait to see all of you there! 

In the meantime, if you’re planning on flying in, and you have not seen the 2024 Oshkosh NOTAM, you can find it here.

Also, we've talked the AOPA DC Flyover ad nauseum, but, if you have not seen it, the polished and edited flyover video is ready for your viewing pleasure and a pleasure it is.  


AOPA Medical Certificate Specialist Cade Halle poses for a photo at Frederick Municipal Airport in Frederick, Maryland, May 4, 2022. Photo by David Tulis.
Cade Halle
Manager, Flying Clubs Initiative, AOPA
Cade is the manager of the AOPA Flying Clubs Initiative, which helps start and grow flying clubs, nationwide. Cade is a formation qualified, AOPA staff pilot as well as a FAASTeam representative.

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