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Area Pilots’ Association Convenes at Aviation Center

J.J. Greenaway A Beechcraft Bonanza was among the aircraft bringing seminar attendees Ian Walsh The Williamsport Regional Association of Pilots heldits annual drive-in/fly-in at Penn College’s Lumley Aviation Center in Montoursville on Saturday. WRAP arranged for four speakers to address participants: Bob Miller, a member of the Niagara Frontier Aviation and Space Hall of Fame and an aviation publisher; Jennifer Hotsko, mission coordinator of Angel Flight East; J.J. Greenway, chief instructor for the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association; and Ian Walsh, senior vice president and general manager of Lycoming Engines. More than 50 people listened to the presentations, two of which qualified as safety seminars in the Federal Aviation Administration’s Wings pilot-proficiency program. Most attendees drove, sinceSaturday’s weather was unstable. ( Photos and information provided by Thomas D. Inman, associate professor of avionics)

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