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As announced at the March 14th CAA meeting,.
Atlantic Aviation PDX will hold an open house in conjunction with the Oregon Aviation Industries Quarterly meeting on Thursday March 28, 2019 from 1:30pm to 4:00pm. A presentation and tour of the outstanding new FBO facility will be conducted by General Manager Greg Miller.
Centrex Construction, owned by CAA members, constructed the facility and will show a short video. Snacks and beverages are included. $10 for ORAVI members and $25 for non-members.
Please join us — then head on to CAA for the Alaska Flyout .presentation by John Noordwijk, Ted Millar & Kevin Padrick
If you are interested in attending the Atlantic Aviation event, go to www.oravi.org for details and registration. Signup is required to attend.
Hear exciting and practical details about CAA’s July 2019 Alaska Flyout from John Noordwijk, Ted Millar and Kevin Padrick, our Alaska Fly-out experts. Learn more about logistics, lodging, Denali, flight planning, documentation and what to pack. They’ve been there, done that; and we have much to learn from our friends and expert aviators.
Details to follow!
Columbia Aviation Association is located at the Aurora State, Oregon Airport (UAO). CAA was founded in 1949 as a private organization devoted to flying. After being located at the Portland International Airport (PDX) for forty five years, members completed the beautiful new Aurora clubhouse in 1996. Membership is by invitation only and requirements include possession of a private pilots certificate. Most of the club’s 175 members have advanced ratings and are aircraft owners who fly on a regular basis for business and pleasure.
Regular meetings are held every Thursday evening from 6:00pm to 9:30pm with a social hour, dinner and a guest speaker. Special events are held quarterly and there are breakfast/lunch flyouts on the weekends. BBQs and brunches are scheduled at the clubhouse during the year to engage in our favorite past-time of hangar talk.
Each year members organize several cross-country flying trips provide members and their families an opportunity to participate in exploring the USA and abroad. Recent destinations have included Jackson Hole, Joseph, San Juan Islands, Sunriver, SunValley, Victoria BC, Catalina California, McCall Idaho, Lake Chelan, Rogue River and Northern California.
Whether it is attending the weekly meetings, participating in the annual Flight Profile pilot training program, attending a major dinner event, participating in aviation related issues and projects or flying across the country together, the Columbia Aviation Association members share a rich camaraderie based on the love of aviation and flying…