Cockpit Distractions – FAASTeam Event, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Cockpit distractions and how to deal with them A FAASTeam Seminar on Cockpit Distractions and how to deal with them is taking place on Monday, April 7, 2014, at the Capitol City Civil Air Patrol, Louisiana Wing, 9163 Blanche Noyes Avenue, Baton Rouge, LA 70811. Title: REMINDER-Cockpit Distractions Topic: Cockpit Distractions and how to deal with them. Date and … Continued

FAAST Safety Seminar Baton Rouge

Accident Case Study Live The AOPA Foundation is sponsoring the FAAST Safety Seminar “Accident Case Study” in Baton Rouge this March 19th.  To the non-pilot, it might seem a bit morbid that pilots pay so much attention to aircraft accidents. After all, when was the last time you saw an article about an accident in … Continued

Louisiana ACE Camps

Aviation Career Education Camp 2014 The Louisiana ACE Summer Camp Program will continue for its fourth year in 2014. ACE stands for Aviation Career Education and the week long camp is aimed at High School students between the ages of 15 and 18 who are considering a career in aviation. In 2013, three ACE Camps … Continued

Robinson Helicopter Dealership Established in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Guidance Louisiana is Robinson’s newest helicopter dealership Guidance Louisiana, LLC of Baton Rouge, LA has just launched a new Robinson Helicopter Dealership. On Friday, February 21, 2014, the dealership became official when Chief Pilot, Matt Cavenagh, received delivery of a new 2014 Robinson R66 Helicopter from the Robinson manufacturing facility in Torrance, California. “Guidance Louisiana will be providing sales and service … Continued

Baton Rouge Louisiana Helicopter Flight School Students Receive Solo Wings

Louisiana helicopter pilot program continues to grow as college’s students receive solo wings and new Veterans enter program The Louisiana helicopter pilot program at Baton Rouge Community College continues to grow as the program’s first semester students received their solo wings and new helicopter flight students entering the program were recognized at the Baton Rouge … Continued

Baton Rouge EAA Chapter 244 Experimental Aircraft Association Event

Baton Rouge EAA Meeting When:  Thursday, February 6, 6:30pm – 9:00pm Where:  Drusilla Seafood Restaurant, Baton Rouge, LA (map) Description:  The Baton Rouge Experimental Aircraft Association ( EAA ) Chapter 244 Monthly Meeting is routinely held on the First Thursday of the month. Meeting begins at 6:30 PM. Contact Chris Gonzales at  The chapter … Continued

Helicopter Pilot Careers Driven by Off-Shore Oil and Gas Business

Helicopter Pilot Careers driven by Gulf Region’s Off-Shore Oil and Gas Operator Demand for more Transportation to Off-Shore Rigs Helicopters pilot careers are being driven by a strong demand for new helicopters in the Gulf of Mexico.  As off-shore oil and gas operators in the Gulf of Mexico increase production, they require more off-shore helicopter … Continued

CBRNE: Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Enhanced Conventional Weapons Exercise

A Guidance Aviation helicopter and flight crew will join the the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP), American Red Cross, Baton Rouge Constables Office, Baton Rouge Community College Emergency Management, the Civil Air Patrol, and others during the CBRNE exercise (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Enhanced Conventional Weapons) on October 26 through … Continued

Helicopter Pilot School Scholarship Established in Baton Rouge

A helicopter pilot school scholarship has been established by Guidance Aviation in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, with a $14,000 donation to the Baton Rouge College Foundation. The helicopter pilot scholarship is designed to help students determine if they are on the right career path prior to committing to the Helicopter Pilot Operations degree at Baton Rouge … Continued

Helicopter Flight Cost Reduction Training – Army and Schools Save Millions

Helicopter Flight Schools and The Military Save Millions Using Advanced Flight Simulators Leading public and private institutions utilize the best technologies available to reduce student training costs. A good example of a public institution is the U.S. Army, which utilizes state of the art helicopter flight training simulators to save up to $70 million dollars … Continued