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Tuesday, December 16, 2008

January/February 2009 NOTAMS


Plane & Pilot’s guide to aviation's most current promotional deals


From free training to discounts and rebates, this is the place to find great promotional deals from the aviation industry’s leading companies. Be sure to check this page every month for the latest offers.

notamsPilotMall.com Scholarship Program
PilotMall.com Inc. has announced its 2009 Flight Training Scholarship Program. This program has been designed to give three individuals the chance to fulfill their flying dreams, with one $1,000 and two $500 flight-training scholarships. These awards will be made to U.S. citizens without regard to age, sex, race, religion or national origin. The recipients must be enrolled in a flight-training course with plans to complete a private pilot or sport pilot certificate. The application deadline is March 15. Scholarship recipients will be announced April 21. “The gift of flight has given me the greatest sense of freedom that I’ve ever experienced. I want to give that same opportunity to others. I believe this scholarship will help students get one step closer to acquiring their dreams of flight,” said PilotMall.com President Neil Glazer. PilotMall.com is a specialized full-service aviation retailer offering more than 4,000 products. For more information, contact: PilotMall.com, (727) 209-2586, www.pilotmall.com/scholarship.

$1 Overnight Shipping
Tropic Aero is offering $1 overnight shipping on select portable aviation electronics—including all portable Garmin GPSMAP aviation units—exclusively for P&P readers. Visit www.tropicaero.com/pandp to view qualified electronics, and enter coupon code “PANDP” during checkout to receive $1 shipping. For more information, contact: Tropic Aero, (888) 280-9272, www.tropicaero.com.

notamsThe Liberty XL2 Freedom Tour
Liberty Aerospace has launched its nationwide Freedom Tour: The Liberty XL2 will visit flight schools, raising awareness about the benefits of operating modern, fuel-efficient aircraft. For each participating school, the tour will feature a full day of free flights, static displays, giveaways and the chance to win a Garmin GPSMAP 496, a Lightspeed Zulu ANR headset and other prizes (to be given away at EAA Oshkosh 2009, where the tour is scheduled to conclude). Flight schools will gain local media coverage and attract new students. The tour will make a stop in Sebring, Fla., in conjunction with the U.S. Sport Aviation Expo (January 22–25). Schools interested in hosting the tour and persons wishing to attend should contact Greg Gibson at the number below. For more information, contact: Liberty Aerospace, (813) 507-1799, www.thefreedomtour.com.





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