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WELCOME TO THE FLIGHT 23 WEBSITE

Captain's Message

 
Good day everyone,
For those of you who may have missed it, the recent COPA National E-Lettre had some interesting articles, particularly the election of Regional Directors which will be upon us starting 04 April. Check out the link for info:
 
 
You will note that our Flight 23 co-Captain, Grant Bailey has applied for the vacancy for Director in the Northern Ontario Region. Grant is a great guy and is ideally suited to represent Northern Ontario. For your convenience, Grant’s Bio is below:ANT BAILEY

Grant Bailey is a recreational pilot who has been flying for 47 years. He has logged over 1,300 hours as pilot-in-command and holdsboth a night and seaplane rating. Grant has owned seven aircraft including a 1946 Cessna 140, 1964 Lake LA-4, 1967 Mooney M20-F, 1951 Taylorcraft 19, 1963 Cessna 150C, and his current airplanes, a 1956 Piper PA-22 Tripacer and a 1946 Aeronca 7AC Champ. 

In 2007, after five years of work, he completed a frame-up restoration on his 1951 Taylorcraft in the Owner Maintenance category. 

Grant is a past Captain of COPA Flight 23 in North Bay and currently serves on the Board of Directors of North Bay Jack Garland Airport. Grant is a professional engineer who recently retired after a 40-year career in the rail industry with extensive experience in operations, maintenance, regulatory affairs, and senior management. He has lived, worked, and flown in all regions of the country from Quebec to British Columbia and is intimately familiar with Northern Ontario, having lived in both Thunder Bay and North Bay for over 20 years. In addition to rail experience, Grant has had a lifelong interest in aviation. 

He possesses a broad knowledge and understanding of airplanes, airports, and general aviation matters. 

He is putting his name forward for the Northern OntarioDirector’s position with the desire to see COPA continue to:

  • Attract new members and pilots;
  • Ensure that recreational aviation remains accessible to future generations;
  • Support COPA Flights and aviation events that contribute to the camaraderie in aviation;
  • Promote and facilitate safety and professionalism in aviation;
  • Provide information, support, and member benefits to aircraft owners and pilots;
  • Act as the unified voice for owners and pilots when dealing with government or public affairs that affect general aviation.

With his years of general management experience, his grassroots flying experience, and his time spent around airports, Grant hopes to provide a positive contribution to the COPA Board of Directors representing Northern Ontario. 

I’m sure that you will agree that Grant is perfectly suited for the Northern Ontario Director position and I urge you to throw your support his way when voting starts on 04 April. I will follow up with the election details and will try to provide links to facilitate the voting process for you.
Thanks in advance for your attention.
Cheers,
Captain Bill”
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On behalf of COPA National President and CEO Christine Gervais, on Thursday 07 October COPA Flight 23 North Bay took advantage of the glorious Fall weather to present the Neil J. Armstrong Scholarship Award to our own Emilie Perron.

By way of introduction for those of you who have not met Emilie, she is an Algonquin Secondary School student and is an avid flyer. Emilie excels in her grade 12 academic studies in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) program. She is also an accomplished all-round athlete both on the field, court, and at the rink. Her passion for aviation was recognized early by those of us who conducted familiarization flights with her; she demonstrated skill with the controls, and an eagerness to learn more. For these reasons, we are pleased that this Scholarship will afford her the opportunity to pursue her aviation ambitions.


 Emilie has her sights set, quite literally, on the stars. Her post-Secondary School plans are   to further engage in STEM-type Aviation courses and we expect that one day you will hear   Emilie on the radio flying for an Airline, or see her in orbit on the International Space Station!


 Good luck Emilie. We are all very proud of you!

 Cheers, Captain Bill

     

     Former Northern Ontario COPA Director Ron Cooke presents Neil J. Armstrong Scholarship plaque to Emilie Perron of         North Bay,Ontario.

         Photo courtesy Grant Bailey”

     

       Mary Norman, representing the Ninety Nines, is shown here offering her congratulations and making a presentation to         Emilie.           

     

     COPA Flight 23 North Bay members and friends of Emilie Perron gather around a few classic aircraft based at YYB                  to celebrate her winning the prestigious Neil Armstrong Award. Photo courtesy Grant Bailey.

       Thanks to Ron Miller for use of his Sky Genie.