Fly On a PFP Mission
You can fly along on a Pilots For Patients Mission with Volunteer Pilot Glenn Northcott on this video. Glenn has been flying with Pilots for Patients for 2 years now with over 100 missions under his belt. Today, he tells us why his own personal story keeps him in the air, volunteering his time, fuel, and aircraft to help those in need.
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Help Grow Our Readership -
Asking EAA Chapters for Help in This Edition
The distribution list for the Louisiana Aviation News continues to grow very slowly. We gain 1-3 or so subscribers a week which is disappointing. This email went out to 1,184 subscribers which is nice…..but with the size of the Louisiana aviation community it should be many times that.
Why am I even concerned about the size of the distribution list? It’s true that LaAviator.com is not a business and I don’t charge for anything. I won’t get any direct benefit from increasing the size of the list. The main reason is that doing all of this takes a lot of work…. and therefore, the more people that read it then the more people that will benefit from my work.
While the goal of LaAviator.com has always been to benefit the entire Louisiana Aviation Community, over the next few weeks I’m going to challenge various segments of readers to help increase the distribution. I’m going to start today with asking for EAA Chapters for their help. I’ve been an EAA Member since 1975. I was the first State EAA Chapter President (EAA dropped the State Chapter Program many years ago). It is a great organization and is probably responsible for more aviation events around the state than any other.
Here are a few things I would like EAA Chapters to do to help increase the distribution:
- Forward this Louisiana Aviation News email to your EAA Chapter distribution lists so they can subscribe.
- Routinely put something in your monthly newsletters about how to subscribe to the Louisiana Aviation News.
- Print a poster and put it on your bulletin boards. You can get the poster by clicking HERE
To Subscribe to the Louisiana Aviation News click HERE and follow the instructions.
Or you can also scan this with your cell phone…
Stay tuned as I pick another segment of the Louisiana aviation community in the next edition. Thanks for your help.