Hangar talk has been an aviation tradition since 1903 when Orville and Wilbur got hold of a crazy idea and couldn’t let go. It’s simply pilots getting together to talk about all things aviation.
And now there’s Independence Aviation’s Hangar Talk, a place to enjoy a special educational experience in a relaxed, informal setting.
See you in the hangar!
Hangar Talk takes place once a month at Centennial Airport in a warm n’ cozy hanger—though for a little variety, we may occasionally move to another airport location or even a local watering hole.
Click here for the calendar.
Hangar Talk is designed to deliver a rewarding pilot experience:
• an important topic to launch the evening’s conversation
• periodic presentations by leading companies to keep you up to date on aviation technology
• the perfect setting to build valuable relationships
Here are some comments from folks attending:
“I just wanted to write and say thanks for yesterday’s evening’s very enlightening presentation on the Cirrus CAPS system. It was a real eye opener, especially when you have been out of the GA flying for so many years as I have. It’s nice to get back to your roots once again, so to speak.“ — Nick H.
“I just wanted to thank you for the outstanding seminar tonight. Three of us who were there are setting up a partnership for an LSA, with the CTLS our most likely airplane. Because it comes with a BRS chute, everything that was presented in the Cirrus context was relevant. Just divide airspeeds by 2!” — Ray W.
“Sorry I did not get a chance to speak with you last night…you had many people wanting to chat with you! Just wanted to send a quick note of thanks for the ‘hangar talk’ last night…I enjoyed the experience very much and hope to participate again in the future. The story told by Brooks was very compelling and your follow-up discussion was equally interesting and gave me much to think about as I learn the Cirrus. As someone who has been flying a while, I kept thinking about how easy it would be to get into a similar situation – most of us have experienced in-flight vertigo and it can certainly be initially terrifying until you take that deep breath, relax and focus as we were all trained.” — Todd S.
Don’t miss out.
Call 303-858-1600 today to reserve your space.
And it’s free!
But you do have to make a commitment.
There are no fees for Hangar Talk, but registration is required so we can adequately plan for each session.
Come join the fun!