Thu, Apr 26, 2012
Flight Instructors Organization Will Promote IMC Club Goals To Its Members
The National Association of Flight Instructors (NAFI) and IMC Club have formed a partnership through a mutual letter of understanding.
"NAFI is happy to help promote the goals of IMC Club and hopeful that members will find a potential source for new customers and help promote flight proficiency for local pilots," - said Executive Director, Jason Blair.
IMC Club was established to create a community of pilots who share information by fostering communications to promote safety and build proficiency in instrument flying. The club's concept is to bring together IFR-rated pilots who fly in real-world “actual IMC” and provide them an opportunity to share stories, network with the larger pilot community, and gain valuable insights and tips for their IFR flying.
“I am thrilled to be able to work with Jason Blair and NAFI to help flight instructors to utilize their talent and help them making themselves known to their local pilot community by getting involved, improving instrument proficiency, safety and at the same time building their business. This relationship not only benefits NAFI members but also the General Aviation community at large” - said IMC Clubs President Radek Wyrzykowski.
IMC Club Meetings provide a forum to highlighting guest speakers and for promoting participation and discussion of IFR flying. Sharing your experience through our IMC network helps promote you and your business, while promoting the continuing education and experience of IFR pilots everywhere.
As part of the agreement, NAFI members will receive 50% discount on the IMC Club chapter initiation fee.
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