- Last Updated on 11:35 AM 04/23/12
- BY Staff
The Virginia Department of Aviation and AOPA Air Safety Foundation will present safety seminars entitled “What Went Wrong” at four locations across the Commonwealth of Virginia Oct. 5-8 from 7-9 p.m. including one at Danville Regional Airport on Tuesday, Oct. 6. Kurt Reesman, an aviation professor at Liberty University’s School of Aeronautics, is the featured speaker.
The following dates and locations are:
• Monday: Virginia Tech Airport 1601 Tech Center Drive Blacksburg; (540) 231-4444 http://vtmea.newcitymedia.com/contact.html
• Tuesday: Danville Regional Airport General Aviation 424 Airport Drive Danville; (434) 793-7033 http://www.flydanville.com/default.htm
• Wednesday: Virginia Aviation Museum Richmond International Airport 5701 Huntsman Road Richmond; (804)-236-3622 http://www.vam.smv.org/visit/default.asp
• Thursday: Virginia Air & Space Center 600 Settlers Landing Road Hampton, (757) 727-0900 http://www.vasc.org/visitvasc/directions.html
The AOPA Air Safety Foundation, founded in 1950, is dedicated to making flying easier and safer for general aviation pilots. (www.aopa.org/asf/index.html).
The Virginia Department of Aviation continually strives to become the standard of excellence amongst State Aviation Agencies through; its cultivation of an advanced aviation system, a system that is not only safe for consumers, but one that will provide economic development opportunities throughout the commonwealth; its promotion and education of aviation and aviation related issues, subsequently raising aviation awareness in the Commonwealth and beyond; and by providing executive flight services for the commonwealth leadership.