The Aeronautics Division of the Minnesota Department of Transportation Aeronautics (MnDOT) in cooperation with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Minnesota State College-Southeast Technical (MSC-ST) and Winona State University (WSU), presents an Aviation Safety Seminar on Thursday, March 2, from 7 to 10 p.m. at the MSC-ST Aviation Airport Campus at Max Conrad Field in Winona.
The program is led by Rick Braunig, aviation representative of MnDOT; Gary Pendleton, FAA safety program manager; Mark Schreier, FAA air traffic controller; and Dr. George Bolon, director of Airway Science Aviation at Winona State University.
Attendance at this program qualifies pilots for the ground portion of the FAA Wings Safety Program. A variety of subject areas of interest to all pilots will be covered.
This will be the only program of this type in the southeastern Minnesota region this year. A prize program has been established for attendees.
All pilots and interested individuals are welcome. For more information about the program call Bolon, at 507-452-2220.