Airmarking (click for more information)
Airmarking is a Ninety-Nines’ legacy harking back to the days when our organization marked water towers in little towns all across the aviation “wilderness”.
Air and Space Education (click for more information: DOC or PDF)
Our Mission Statement directs us to “Provide aviation education in the community.”
The WINGS – Pilot Proficiency Program is back! In a new format based on the FAA Wings Program, it’s open to all chapters regardless of your total number of members, because eligibility is based only on those members within your chapter still actively flying. To obtain a WINGS certificate, you have to take 3 Safety Seminars (either online or in person) and complete 3 flight Activities with an instructor in a given year. Credit is requested for these accomplishments online at the FAA website www.faasafety.gov/Wings. When all qualifications are met, a Wings certificate is granted and is equivalent to a 2-year flight review.
Contact WINGS Chair Dea “Cooper” Payette when you have completed a WINGS Phase. A tabulation form will be added to the awards section prior to the end of the year.
Woman Pilot of the Year (click for more information)
This award recognizes a section member for her flying and training experience and service to the Ninety-Nines.
Public Relations (click for more information)
The Chapter Public Relations Competition recognizes a chapter’s performance in its public relations program while encouraging chapters to establish and maintain quality public relations. The competition focus is on the chapter’s ability to inform people inside and outside the Ninety-Nines about chapter and Section activities and to improve the image and visibility of both. The competition also encourages members to learn public relations skills that they can apply elsewhere. The competition provides feedback to entering chapters.