|Welcome to the Kansas Agricultural Aviation Association!
Make plans to attend the spring fly-in, set for April 9-11, in Burlington.
Featured speakers will be Scott Bretthauer, University of Illinois, and George Laliberte, Kansas Dept. of Transportation. Lunch will also be served free of charge to all aerial applicators and guests. These two will speak on April 10, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Specific times will be available soon.
NEW: Bretthauer's presentation has been approved for one 1A recert hour. He will speak on height effects including swath width effects, impact of adjuvants, impact of wind speed and on nozzle selection for corn fungicide applications including balance drift and efficacy, flat fan nozzles, deflection nozzles, hollow cone nozzles and rotary atomizerd.
The fly-in itself is also approved for a CEU recert hour, making it possible to earn 2 CEUs at this event.
RSVP now to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (316) 796-1180.
Mark your calendar for this year's KAAA Convention. Oct. 27-29, 2014 will be the dates and the new location will be the DoubleTree by Hilton Wichita Airport, Wichita, Kan.
Thank you to all who attended the 2013 KAAA Convention, Oct. 28-30, in Manhattan. We had 111 aerial applicators and nearly 275 total attendees including our valued exhibitors and WKAAA members.
A special thanks to our 2013 convention sponsors:
Bayer Crop Science
Crop Production Services
United Suppliers, Inc.
Hardy Aviation Insurance
PIM Aviation Insurance
Gowan USA LLC
North Star Aviation, Inc.
Winfield Solutions, LLC
Neal Aircraft, Inc.
DuPont Crop Protection
Intercontinental Jet Service Corp
Jet A USA
Tulsa Aircraft Engines, Inc.
Wenger Oil, Inc.
Sky Tractor Supply
Johnston Aircraft Service, Inc.
Red River Specialties
To view photos from the spring fly-in (April 2013) go to: facebook.com/1LowflyerInc.
For information about KAAA contact Rhonda McCurry at email@example.com or (316) 796-1180.
The Kansas Agricultural Aviation Association is composed of any person or organization engaged in aerial application and/or manufacturing and/or distribution of related equipment and materials, or persons engaged in aerial application as a profession. The purpose of the corporation is to foster and promote the safe and accurate aerial application of crop protection products.
|© 2014 Kansas Agricultural Aviation Association
||Updated: March 6, 2014