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  • 03 Nov 2015 5:47 PM | by IMC News Service (Administrator)

    EAA Providing IMC CLUB Flight Proficiency Programing to its Worldwide Membership

    IMC chapters and members to be integrated into EAA

    EAA AVIATION CENTER, OSHKOSH, Wisconsin — (November 3, 2015) — A newly formed Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) subsidiary and IMC Club International, Inc., have entered into a license agreement that will provide IMC flight proficiency programming to EAA and its chapters around the world.

    The agreement comes three months after EAA and IMC Club signed a letter of intent to explore an EAA acquisition, a possibility that was announced during EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2015. The license agreement will result in IMC Club’s chapter resources and offerings being created and distributed as new programs produced by the EAA subsidiary (EAA IMC, LLC) to EAA chapters and members.

    “This agreement means additional resources will now be made available for the popular IMC Club program offerings that evangelize the benefits that enhanced pilot proficiency creates for pilots of all skill levels,” said Jack Pelton, EAA’s chairman of the board. “Adding these programs is a further strong indication of EAA’s commitment to aviation safety while also expanding the value offered by EAA’s chapter network.”

    As result of the agreement, IMC Club’s 2,350 members will become EAA members immediately. For IMC’s 126 chapters, beginning in the first quarter of 2016 those with neighboring EAA chapters will be encouraged to merge into the EAA chapter, while IMC Club chapters without a nearby EAA affiliation will be encouraged to become new EAA chapters.

    In addition, IMC Club founder Radek Wyrzykowski will join the new EAA subsidiary as Manager of Flight Proficiency and continue to develop programs and activities to promote flying proficiency, including the build-out of EAA’s Pilot Proficiency Center at AirVenture. Additionally, Wyrzykowski will carry forward the IMC Club’s legacy by providing real-world scenarios (both IFR and VFR) to actively engage EAA members in becoming safer pilots through progressive training and curriculum development.

    “It is important to maintain and expand the reach of IMC Club programming while allowing the content to remain free of charge. This integration into EAA allows us to do exactly that,” Wyrzykowski said. “At the same time, this agreement brings our flight safety programs and scenarios to more aviators through the worldwide reach and visibility that only EAA can provide.”

    IMC Club members have received additional information regarding their EAA memberships, which will include all EAA services and EAA’s monthly flagship publication, Sport Aviation. IMC Club International, Inc. will discontinue its separate programming and new memberships.

    EAA embodies the spirit of aviation through the world’s most engaged community of aviation enthusiasts. EAA’s 190,000 members and 1,000 local chapters enjoy the fun and camaraderie of sharing their passion for flying, building and restoring recreational aircraft. For more information on EAA and its programs, call 800-JOIN-EAA (800-564-6322) or go to www.eaa.org. For continual news updates, connect with www.twitter.com/EAA

  • 18 Oct 2015 9:41 PM | Deleted user

    Our monthly Columbus, OH Chapter IMC Club will be held on Wednesday, October 28, from 7:00PM to 8:30PM at Quest Conference Center, 8405 Pulsar Place, Columbus, OH 43240. Go to http://www.quest-centers.com for a map and/or directions to the Quest Conference Center. Light refreshments will be served.

    The meeting will showcase “Pilot Edge” simulation to enhance currency and proficiency with instrument flight. Discussion will follow.  An award ceremony for “Lifetime Achievement to Instrument Flight” will be presented to Marvin Easter.

    Register at FAAsafety.gov, following the links for events within a 50 nm radius of zip code 43229. Bring a pilot friend with you. WINGS credit will be awarded to attendees. Bring your iPad or tablet if you want to follow the simulation.

    For further information or details, contact Tim Heron, IMC Columbus Chapter co-leader at 614.620.5868 or thcfi.th@gmail.com.

  • 20 Jul 2015 7:51 PM | by IMC News Service (Administrator)

    IMC CLUB, EAA Sign Letter of Intent Regarding Acquisition of IMC Program

    OSHKOSH, Wisconsin — (July 20, 2015) — The IMC Club and the Experimental Aircraft Association have signed a letter of intent regarding EAA’s possible acquisition of the IMC program. This letter, signed at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2015, is a preliminary step toward further discussion with no legal commitments yet made.

    “Our discussions with the IMC Club began as all of us looked for a way to give long-term stability for the IMC concept, which enhances safety for aviators with instrument ratings and others involved in flight,” said Rick Larsen EAA’s vice president of communities and member programs. “EAA has always been about the sharing of knowledge and information among its members, and the IMC Club concept is another way to bring that to EAA members and other aviators by possibly leveraging the EAA chapter network.”

    Continuing the IMC program in connection with EAA might include such components as providing EAA chapters with the ability to incorporate IMC programming; monthly scenarios within IMC programming that would facilitate discussion and learning; and shared resources within EAA membership and chapter affiliation that would increase the reach and impact of IMC programming.

    “Ultimately, we all share the same goal: making better and safer pilots throughout the flying community,” Larsen said.

    “As a president of the IMC Club, it is my responsibility to work and develop strategies for the benefit and the best interest of our members. Our members and chapters could gain access to a significant additional benefits, resources and communication channels to promote our mission of aviation safety to much wider audience. I am very excited about this potential” - said Radek Wyrzykowski the President of the IMC Club.

    As this Letter of Intent is only a preliminary document with no legal commitments, further information will be released when and if any formal agreement or transaction is completed. 

    EAA embodies the spirit of aviation through the world’s most engaged community of aviation enthusiasts. EAA’s 190,000 members and 1,000 local chapters enjoy the fun and camaraderie of sharing their passion for flying

  • 25 Jun 2015 5:02 PM | by IMC News Service (Administrator)

    Joining Forces to Expand the Pilot Proficiency Center During AirVenture Oshkosh 2015

    Oshkosh, Wisconsin - Flight instructors and aviation companies are joining forces during EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2015 to bring back the EAA Pilot Proficiency Center and build on last year’s success in improving pilot skills and enhancing safety with participants at the “World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration.”

    Last year the IMC Club and EAA partnered to create a new skill-building center at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2014. The IFR Proficiency Center which was a hub for instrument pilots. The EAA Pilot Proficiency Center will continue to partner with the IMC Club, which is dedicated to improving the skills of instrument-rated pilots. During EAA AirVenture 2015 (July 20-26) the center will feature “Tech Talks,” IFR and VFR flight scenarios in Redbird flight simulators, the opportunity to talk with certificated flight instructors and more. The Pilot Proficiency Center will be open to all pilots instrument and non-instrument rated, and flight students who want to improve their flying skills and will feature IFR and basic airmanship challenges and forum programs. Topics will include glass cockpit secrets; weather planning; instrument chart tips and tricks and will also cover stick and rudder skills. In addition, each day at 11:00 AM the IMC Club will conduct a model chapter meeting, open to all, to demonstrate the “organized hangar flying”.

    “While we’re all here in Oshkosh enjoying everything flight has to offer, the EAA Pilot Proficiency Center is a superb opportunity to sharpen those year-round flying skills in a fun, non-intimidating way,” said Joe Brown, president of Hartzell Propeller; member of EAA’s board of directors and the IMC Club Board of Directors who is among the leadership group for the EAA Pilot Proficiency Center. “Our goal is that pilots will see the value of using simulator-based scenarios to hone basic piloting skills and will add this kind of recurrent training to their annual regime, just like the pros do. I encourage all aviators to take some time in one of our 14 simulators and join us for a great lineup of Tech Talks.”

    “This is a unique attraction and a great way to help pilots feel more comfortable and capable. IMC Club is happy and excited to be a part of this greatly expanded project and build on last year’s positive response from many pilots” - said Radek Wyrzykowski, founder and president of the IMC Club.

    Along with EAA and the IMC Club, the EAA Pilot Proficiency Center is supported by Jeppesen, Hartzell, PilotEdge, Mindstar Aviation, FLYING Magazine and Redbird Flight Simulations. Members of the National Association of Flight Instructors (NAFI) and the Society of Aviation and Flight Educators (SAFE) will also assist at the facility, which will be located just east of the FAA control tower on the AirVenture grounds. 

  • 22 Apr 2015 12:30 PM | by IMC News Service (Administrator)

    IMC Club Opens a Manhattan Chapter

    New York, NY - You have probably read or heard about pilots coming to their local airports to participate in so called organized “hangar flying” by the IMC Club. Now the newest chapter comes to you. Located in the heart of Manhattan, New Your City at 99 Madison Ave, IMC Club Manhattan Chapter is hosted by the Manhattan Flight Club and is intended to serve pilots who's work and the New York City traffic prevents them from trying to get to their local airport on a regular basis and stay proficient and current.

    Staying proficient as a pilot in New York City presents a number of unique challenges...from long commutes to the airport to a limited flying season and the unpredictable northeast weather. The Manhattan Flight Club (www.manhattanflightclub.com) was launched to create a home for aviation right here in the center of Manhattan. Their focus is on building the aviation community, facilitating educational opportunities, and providing access to FAA approved training devices in their SIM Lab. 

    “I've been lucky to have been around aviation since I was a kid, and was able to get my Private and Instrument by age 18. Flying provided a solid foundation and exposed me to a sense of responsibility and adventure that still drives me to this day. “ - said Taylor Jobe, the Manhattan Flying Club president, founder and the IMC Club Manhattan Chapter Leader.

    “I want to say thank you to Taylor for volunteering his energy and resources and I can’t express enough how excited I am. It probably takes longer to drive a few blocks in New York City than to fly to maintain your proficiency once you are at the airport. Bringing Simulator resources and a discussion forum to the pilots is a genuinely great idea.” – said Radek Wyrzykowski, IMC Club President

    IMC Club, through its worldwide chapters, provides organized “hangar flying” focused on building proficiency in instrument flying. It’s the only organization of its kind. The IMC Clubs concept is to bring together IFR-rated pilots who fly in the real-world “actual IMC” and provide them an opportunity to share stories, network with the larger pilot community, and gain valuable insights and tips for their IFR flying. All stories and scenarios produced by the club for use during chapter meetings are real and based on submission by their members. IMC Club Meetings provide a forum for promoting participation and discussion of IFR flying.

    The first meeting of the IMC Club Manhattan group will be held in May of this year at Manhattan Flying Club (www.manhattanflightclub.com), the host of the IMC Club Chapter there. The IMC Club meeting is open to all current, non-current, and future instrument pilots. At the meeting, prospective members will be given the opportunity to interact with IMC Club founder and President Radek Wyrzykowski.

    Since its inception in 2011 supported by the aviation industry members like Hartzel Propeller and Jeppesen a Boeing Company, IMC Club International grew from 4 pilots in Norwood, MA to over 2700 registered members and over 125 Chapters globally.

  • 22 Apr 2015 12:00 PM | by IMC News Service (Administrator)

    Larry Levin of Providence, RI This Years Winner of the IMC Club “Brown Jacket Award”

    Lakeland, FL - This years winner of the IMC Club “Brown Jacket Award” was announced today. This year’s award goes to Larry Levin, instrument pilot from Providence, RI

    The IMC Club International awards the Brown Jacket to one general aviation pilot each year. The award recognizes excellence in three areas: Flight proficiency, Continuing Education and Service to the aviation Community. The designation identifies and publicly recognizes those pilots who are demonstrating an ongoing commitment to excellence, professional growth, and service to the aviation community and it sets standards to which all instrument pilots can aspire.

    The designation requires a process of continuing aviation activity and it is awarded annually to one individual only. In addition to the “Instrument Master” leather flight jacket, the winner will receive valuable prizes provided by the IMC Club supporting aviation industry corporate members.

    The award is announced each year during the Sun-n-Fun aviation show in Lakeland, Florida starting in 2014 and presented at the AirVenture in Oshkosh, WI.

    Larry began flying in 1981. He received his commercial rating in 1989, and an ATP rating in 1992.  Last year he received his commercial glider rating.   He is flying a 1998 Socata Trinidad which, he said - “is a great aircraft due to its nice combination of relative speed, useful load and beauty.”   Larry makes 4-6 trips to the Bahamas each year and the Trinidad makes it a very comfortable flight.

    “I am a very strong believer in maintaining flight proficiency and doing as many instrument approaches each month as possible.” - said Larry Levin - “During flights with my instructor, I especially enjoy having to deal with most any non-standard or emergency situation that can be incorporated into the instruction in order to always keep me prepared.  I congratulate the IMC Club for the great work they do in promoting instrument flying, proficiency and safety.  I very much look forward to the monthly IMC local chapter meetings.” - he added

    Larry, was born in Providence, RI and presently lives in Lincoln, RI with his wife Lisa and son Alex. He is practicing Dentistry full time in Providence, RI but when not at work or flying,  he enjoys playing tennis and following his Providence College Friars. 

    “I want to congratulate Mr. Levin on being the recipient of this prestigious aviation award. I would like to also thank him for his contribution to the General Aviation safety by his commitment to his personal flying excellence” – said Radek Wyrzykowski the President of the IMC Club.

  • 16 Apr 2015 8:14 AM | by IMC News Service (Administrator)

    Article published in the "Absolute Altitude” a SFEC's member’s newsletter

    East Meets Midwest
    Boston flight instructor visits Spencer Flight & Education Center for new club.

    By Shelby Alyssa Mettlen - The Spencer Flight & Education Center is bringing the East to the Midwest, proving there’s a whole lot going on in western Kansas - and it doesn’t (directly) involve farming or feedlots.

    The SFEC hosted IMC Club president and founder Radek Wyrzykowski at its annual (2015) board meeting (…). The decorated pilot and Boston, Mass., resident made the 1,800-mile journey from Norwood, Mass. to Scott City, Kan. to guide the club’s newest chapter through its first meeting.

    With more than 120 chapters and over 2,400 members worldwide, Wyrzykowski says the IMC Club is the fastest-growing aviation organization of its time - measuring in the same trajectory as the Aircraft Owners and Pilot Association (AOPA) when it was formed. Born as a vision of Wyrzykowski, the IMC Club is a membership-based non-profit 501(c)(3) organization offering resources and training to instrument-rated pilots. The Spencer Flight & Education Center is proud to be the first aviation entity to bring the IMC Club to Kansas.

    The Right Tool

    Located in the center of cattle feed yards and corn fields, Scott City and the SFEC offer something no other facility in the area can: a Redbird FMX motion simulator.

    “With aviation, people travel,” Wyrzykowski says. “A lot of times we think locally, and we should not. If you have something good, people will travel. You just have to get the word out that you have it, and it has to be unique.”

    The Redbird is a vital tool for instrument training, Wyrzykowski says.

    “We have to position ourselves in space and then use those needles to know what is happening,” he says. “Needles are just to fine tune, to know exactly that certain position. It’s all in your brain. [The Redbird] is the perfect machine to practice in.”

    Humble Beginnings

    A native of Poland, Wyrzykowski has served as Chief Flight Instructor for four different flight schools and has logged over 6,000 hours in the cockpit. He is a Master Certified Flight Instructor Instrument and Multiple-Engine Instructor.

    Earlier in his aviation career, Wyrzykowski sat down with three friends near his home in Norwood and discussed a particularly rough instrument situation he’d run into. The four men decided to form a “support group” for instrument-rated pilots to share their experience and knowledge - and the IMC Club was born.

    A press release outlining the idea of the IMC Club was picked up by the AOPA and the organization became an overnight success.

    “Next morning, I come to work and I’m not kidding, I was getting an email every minute,” Wyrzykowski says. “My inbox was flooded with people asking how to sign up for the organization and open new chapters. I had absolutely no idea, because I wasn’t expecting that.”

    From four men with a vision to more than 2,400 members, IMC Club continues to evolve and grow. At the 2011 EAA (Experimental Aircraft Association) AirVenture fly-in in Oshkosh, Wis., Wyrzykowski and his team did little more than wear their “IMC Club” t-shirts, he says. Last year, the club had its own pavillion with eight Redbird FMX flight simulators, complete with PilotEdge software, running full time. This year, Wyrzykowski says, it’ll be even bigger.

    Keeping It Interesting

    “What IMC Club does is address this forgotten group of pilots,” Wyrzykowski says. “We want to address the biggest mistake flight schools make. With most flight schools, we go after private pilots, they get their licenses, we get them instrument training, then we try to convince them that they should go commercial, CFI (Certified Flight Instructor) and become airline pilots.”

    The trouble is, many pilots lack interest in becoming commercial pilots, he says. Too often, if pilots don’t want to go commercial, they drift away and fail to remain current on their training. 

    “With IMC Club, we want to bring them back,” Wyrzykowski says. “We want to bring this group back and show them that it could be a lot of fun to use that instrument training.”

    It doesn’t matter how many hours a pilot acquires, he says - it’s about how current he remains; how much practice he has and how recently that practice has taken place. 

    “I always compare it to going to a gym,” Wyrzykowski says. “Let’s say you stop walking altogether. After a few months, you have to learn how to walk again. If you stop flying instruments, it doesn’t matter if you have your instrument rating, you have to go back. It’s extremely important to do this systematically. A lot of instrument flying is not really moderate skill; it’s in your brain. It’s a mental exercise.”

    Sharing Experience

    IMC Club meetings are all about the exchange of practical knowledge, Wyrzykowski says.

     “When you have an experience and you tell your friend, “You won’t believe what happened to me,” two people will learn,” he says. “We took it to a global level. We’re putting all those brains together.”

    Becoming a member of the IMC Club offers many benefits, including discounts on U.S. military-grade Randolph sunglasses, access to MyGoFlight apps and software, IFR Refresher and IFR Magazine. However, Wyrzykowski says he wants the IMC Club to avoid becoming a subscription service.

    “All those benefits are extra, but that is not what we are,” he says. “We’re about real, human face-to-face contact.”

    Leave your Smartphone at home, Wyrzykowski says. The IMC Club is all about sharing experience, good and bad.

    “You don’t need [your phone],” he says. “What we want you to do is come over here to your local chapter and participate in those chapter meetings. Because good judgment comes from experience and experience comes from poor judgement.”

  • 12 Apr 2015 8:20 PM | by IMC News Service (Administrator)

    IMC Radio’s “Plane Talk” Comes Back on the Air Broadcasting Live Daily From The Sun’n Fun In Florida

    Lakeland, FL - IMC Radio’s “Plane Talk”, a live-streaming aviation internet radio talk show sponsored by the IMC Club International, will be back on the air broadcasting live from its remote studio in Lakeland, FL during the 2015 Sun ’n Fun, International Fly-In & Expo starting April 21 and continuing through April 25.

    Produced by the new Executive Producer Howie Marlin, the live broadcasts of “Plane Talk” will be from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. (EST) on their Spreaker radio platform. Listeners can listen to the show at the IMC Club website, spreaker.com or an easy to use iPhone/iPad or Android Spreaker interface which is available for download on the iTunes store.

    Howard (Howie) B. Marlin, the newly appointed Executive Producer of the show was born in NJ in 1954. He keeps his tricked out PA28-180 at 1B2 on Martha's Vineyard where he is an Psychotherapist and Emergency Services Clinician. Howie started flying in  2007 and he is a member of the Air Crew with USCG Aux Air. He is also an on-air talent at Sun 'n Fun Radio, IMC Radio, cheerleader for Uncontrolledairspace.com; Flying Musicians Association, and documentary video producer at Aviationisland.info. He is also helping to lead the charge at the Arthur M. Godfrey Aviation Association (AMG-AF.org) with the hopes of helping fund kids who look skyward - and want to be there.

    During the show listeners will be able to interact with the hosts, Derek Lagasse, commercial pilot and student of an Aviation Degree College Program; Jon Roberts, private pilot, musician, entertainer, one of the original founders of the “Plane Talk”  and their guests by commenting in the show’s live “online chats” which will be opened while the show is broadcasting. They can also tweet at @theplaneguys or simply stop by the Sun ’n Fun Radio’s studio, at pavilion 29 and say hello.

    After starting its regular broadcasts in November of 2011, IMC Radio quickly became one of the most popular stations in the entertainment/talk category on the “Speaker Web Radio”. In 2011 the show was nominated for the “Speaker Show of the Year Award.”

    Forced to stop its live programming due to an inability to broadcast from its studio location at the Norwood, MA  Airport, the “Plane Talk” was off the air in a search of the new location since the fall of last year. “Plane Talk’s” recorded content of previous shows since then has reached 70,000 plays and still maintains over 23,000 followers.

    According to the hosts and the producer the regular weekly live broadcast of “Plane Talk” will resume shortly after the Sun ’n Fun on the air event.

    To listen click here 

  • 10 Apr 2015 5:34 PM | Deleted user

    Columbus Chapter IMC Club will be held on Wednesday, April 22

    Our monthly Columbus, OH Chapter IMC Club will be held on Wednesday, April 22, from 7:00PM to 8:30PM at Quest Conference Center, 8405 Pulsar Place, Columbus, OH 43240. Go to http://www.quest-centers.com for a map and/or directions to the Quest Conference Center. Light refreshments will be served.

    The focus for this meeting will be on single pilot resource management (SPRM) as it relates to GPS “Vectors-to-Final Gotchas”, demystifying IFR en route and approach charts in complex airspace, including using GPS “shortcuts”, and copying and understanding ATC clearances. A social interaction and exchange of ideas will follow.

    Register at FAAsafety.gov, following the links for events within a 50 nm radius of zip code 43229. Bring a pilot friend with you. WINGS credit will be awarded to attendees. Bring your iPad or tablet if you want to follow and save en route scenarios.

    For further information or details, contact Tim Heron, IMC Columbus Chapter co-leader at 614.620.5868 or thcfi.th@gmail.com.

  • 09 Apr 2015 9:51 AM | by IMC News Service (Administrator)

    Mastering Crosswinds Seminars Taking To The Road

    Englewood, Colorado, April 8, 2015 — Crosswind Concepts, Ltd. (CC), a unique aviation training center based in Centennial Airport in Englewood, Colorado, is taking its popular "Mastering Crosswinds" safety seminar on the road.

    With four scheduled seminar dates slated in late April at the Sun ‘n Fun International Fly-In and Expo in Lakeland, Florida, Taylor Albrecht, CC manager, crosswind instructor and the IMC Club Denver South chapter leader conceived CC's first road tour to offer crosswind training seminars to pilots along CC's route of travel to the Sunshine State.

    Albrecht viewed the road tour as a unique opportunity to highlight the FAA/NTSB's focus on reducing loss-of-control accidents, so he set about scheduling training sessions with two eager partners: Plane Available in Kansas City, Missouri, and Nashville Flight Training in Nashville, Tennessee.

    The Kansas City seminar is slated for 6:30 pm, Tuesday, April 14, at the Wheeler Downtown Airport, followed by the Nashville seminar at 7 pm, Thursday, April 16, 2015 at the Nashville International Airport. While registration is still open, Albrecht said response to the seminar opportunities has already been strong with some 50 signed up in Kansas City and about 30 in Nashville.

    Brad Whitsitt, president of Xwind, LLC, based in Indianapolis, Indiana, will also participate in the road show sessions. Whitsitt invented the state-of-the-art Xwind stick-and-rudder skills training simulator that helps pilots develop superior crosswind skills in a safe, environmentally controlled setting. “I’m excited to join CC's road tour and am pleased to be part of their comprehensive program to help pilots gain critical skills necessary for successful crosswind operations,” he said.

    The "Mastering Crosswinds" seminar is just one way that CC helps pilots master what Richard Collins, noted aviation journalist, famously dubbed “the hardest thing to do in aviation,” according to Albrecht.

    "Knowledge helps overcome fear," Albrecht added, "so a review of weather and aerodynamics is foundational to our programs and we train toward successful crosswind operations, particularly during the landing phase of flight.  This is why we combine our training in the incomparable Xwind simulator with seminars and comprehensive ground classes to round out a pilot’s knowledge base.”

    Crosswind Concepts, Ltd. (CC) is a rare aviation training facility focused on extraordinary stick-and-rudder pilot training designed to reduce loss of control in the cockpit, a factor the FAA has declared one of the leading causes of aviation accidents.  Because crosswind landings were documented factors in 98 percent of all landing accidents in a single year, a key component of CC’s regimen is the highly effective Redbird Xwind flight simulator that utilizes powerful motors to produce life-like roll, yaw and drift motion in a realistic runway environment, allowing pilots to develop the skills to prevail during such landings.  An Xwind student gains more crosswind landing experience in a one-hour session than a typical private pilot accrues flying over a two-year period.  Information on Crosswind Concepts and how to o sign up for CC's road tour seminars in Kansas City and Nashville, is available online at www.crosswindconceptsltd.com or by calling 720.536.0543.

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