The Manitoba 99s Chapter welcomes new members and hosts numerous regular events and opportunities including:
Manitoba 99s Learn to Fly Classes: Beginning February 3, 2019, classes will be held Sunday night, 1900-2030. Everyone is welcome to attend free Learn to Fly classes at Lyncrest Airport. Classes include access to the Redbird flight simulator and one on one Study Buddies. Register by emailing Jill Oakes.
Spring 2019 Schedule:
- Feb 3 PSTAR Part 1: Collision Avoidance, Visual Signals, Communications, Aerodromes, Equipment Pilot Responsibilities, Wake Turbulence
- Feb 10th PSTAR Part 2:, Aeromedical, Flight Plans And Flight Itineraries, Clearances And Instructions, Aircraft Operations, Regulations – General Airspace, Controlled Airspace, Aviation Occurrences
- Feb 17th Wx and GFAs
- Feb 24th Human Factors
- Mar 3 Radio Op Pt 1
- Mar 10 Radio Op with Pt 2 – Map Reading + Air-Ground Radio Exercise With CYAV ATC Script
- Mar 17 Radio Op Exam
- Mar 24th E6b And Aircraft “Walk Around” Using 99s C150 And C172
- Mar 31 PSTAR Exam
- April 7 Red Bird Flight Simulator Intro
The following topics have been presented in the past and can be adapted to the interests of the class members. Class content will meet the interests of anyone interested in aviation plus participants who haven’t written their PSTAR, Radio Op and PPL Exams, to register email Jill Oakes.
- Get Found! Help SAR Help You
- E6B Flight Computer – Practise and Review
- Navigating – Planning a Cross Country Flight
- Weather – Reading Nav Canada Reports
- Cessna 172 Emergency Procedures
- Radio Work – in the circuit and cross country
- Canada Flight Supplement content, abbreviations, familiarization
- Uncontrolled and Controlled Circuit Entries
- Canadian Air Regulations
- Cessna 172 Normal Operations
Instrument Flight Rating (IFR) Classes: Beginning dates to be determined, experienced IFR pilots will help you prepare for your IFR exam at Lyncrest Airport. Registration includes access to the Redbird flight simulator! Classes will continue until participants are ready for their IFR exams. Participation is free, however registration is required by emailing Jill Oakes.
Scholarships – we have offered up to 17 scholarships to active MB 99s Chapter members per year and promote hundreds of scholarships available to women at all stages of their flying, as well as scholarships for other aviation related careers such as aeronautical engineer, meteorology, air traffic control, aircraft maintenance engineer, airport manager and more.
Job Postings – Many MB 99s members work in the aviation industry and when a job becomes available we take a leading role in distributing the information in our extensive email directory;
Seminars and presentations: Safety seminars, Winter Flying workshops, Flying off Grass check outs, Retractable Gear workshops, Tail Dragger workshops, Winter survival – including how to build an igloo, Tips on Getting into the Airlines, and other topics as requested by the 99 members.
Last updated Jan 14, 2019.