• 05/30/2017 2:07 PM | CAC Administrator (Administrator)

    Gwinnett Aero was a gracious host for the Cessnas 2 Oshkosh Formation Flying Clinic. Maj. Jason Dagenhart, a CAC member was in charge of the clinic, CAC Board Directors Rex Edwards and Christophe Masiero flew from NC to attend. The furthest pilot, friend Rogers Faden came from Chicago with a Cardinal.

    Check the pics on our Photo section or on Facebook!¬if_t=notify_me_page¬if_id=1496163282179522

  • 05/06/2017 11:27 AM | CAC Administrator (Administrator)

    We had a great time flying to Asheboro, NC (KHBI) to visit the North Carolina Aviation Museum & Hall of Fame with the Western NC Pilot Association, Spartanburg Pilot Association, both Carolinas and Kitty Hawk Chapters of The Ninety-Nines, and EAA Chapter 731 from Hickory, NC.

    It was even a good practice for crosswind landings :-)

  • 03/16/2017 5:19 PM | J. Grant Beatty

    Interesting article that shows just how easily a minor cockpit distraction can lead to a major oversight by the pilot.

  • 02/27/2017 3:39 PM | CAC Administrator (Administrator)

    Great trip from Charlotte to Grand Strand. Had to leave our ride there though:

    VFR over SC

    Room with a view

    Dinner at Flying Fish

    Part owner, partner, navigator, a darling and CAC Secretary

    Cardie staying at CRE for repair (dead mag)

    Thank you Chris for the ride back home.

    Christophe & Larysa Masiero

  • 02/27/2017 1:29 PM | Ken & Sharon Bagwell

    Sharon and I had a great time in Myrtle Beach this past weekend. 

    Looking forward to the New and Improved CAC!

  • 02/17/2017 2:41 PM | CAC Administrator (Administrator)

    St Mary's, GA airport to close this summer. This is 4J6 close to the P-50 area by Kings Bay. I will try to go and land there before it closes down. At least they are planning to build a new one, why didn't they start earlier then :-(


  • 02/16/2017 12:35 PM | CAC Administrator (Administrator)

    "American Airlines flight 5320, operated by PSA Airlines, hit a deer upon takeoff from Charlotte Douglas International Airport at approximately 12:15 p.m. It was a CRJ-700 with 44 passengers and 4 crew on board headed to Gulfport, Mississippi (GPT). The airplane came immediately back to the airport and landed safely. There was fuel leaking from the aircraft, so passengers deplaned on the runway and fire trucks did hose the plane down. The passengers have been bused back to the terminal and will get a new aircraft."

  • 02/16/2017 12:32 PM | CAC Administrator (Administrator)

    Maybe an idea for North Carolina too, what about General Aviation month, even a week would be great :-)

Address: 8413 Cheverny drive, Waxhaw, NC 28173

Phone: (704) 502-7520


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