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(View of North Bay Canadore College, School of Aviation).
Meeting locations and times will be published monthly in the Calendar, and an email is sent out in advance to our COPA Flight 23 members
The meetings are informal and usually feature a guest speaker or a video on an aviation-related topic (including home videos of members' flying activities). The meeting is open to everyone to share their experiences, whether it be homebuilding tips, flight safety concerns, a flying adventure, or a visit to an aviation event. Maintenance workshops and aviation seminars are run as interest dictates, and there is usually at least one Transport Canada seminar annually that fulfills pilot recurrency requirements.
A portion of each meeting is devoted to planning flying/social events. Social activities, including husbands, wives, friends, etc., consist of "Pot-Luck" gatherings, summer BBQs, a Mid-Winter Party, Fly-Outs, and occasional bus trips to special events or attractions. The emphasis is on the 4 "F"s - Flying, Friends, Fun, & Food. After the meeting, there is a social time with coffee and cookies.
Daily and weekly updates are posted on the Flight 23 Website. These updates report on the group’s activities, highlight upcoming events, and include Maintenance and Homebuilder's sections in which useful tips are provided and approved practices and procedures are discussed for both certificated aircraft and those in owner-maintenance.
Check our Calendar Menu for updates and notices of our schedule as a club, along with many entries from various COPA flights outside of our area. We promote their activities as well.
Our Flight has been actively involved in the International “Young Eagles” Program, followed by COPA for Kids, and now Discover Aviation (between the years 1994-2023). Many of our members are involved either as pilots, ground crew, or organizers of Discover Aviation flights. Through these programs, our members (96 pilots) have introduced 3827 youngsters to the thrill of their first flight “co-piloting” a light aircraft. Nine of our members have flown over 100 kids each!! Flight 23 is one of the few flights in the province that has consistently sent young people to Aviation Camps in Oshkosh and/or Ottawa.
Many new friendships have been formed from belonging to this group, and anyone with an interest in aviation is welcome to join. If you are interested in joining or would like further information, send us an email at the address shown under “Contact us”.