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MIAS - PALS training April 2013 Recurrency & Initial Training [4 p2 ps pc s3 pt 0335]

From: user 4.
Sent on: Thursday, April 18, 2013 3:35 PM

Hi Pilots,

We have scheduled two PALS classes this month, Tuesday PM 4/23 – Recurrency, an annual requirement for endorsed pilots in order to continue reimbursement and Tuesday PM 4/30 – Initial training.  These will be in WebInAr format [GoToMeeting] and the classes will include updated information for the reimbursement formula.  If you would like to enroll and continue your fuel reimbursement, please call the Mid Island Desk, or for more information you can contact PALS directly at the numbers below. 

 

Recurrency Training:

                Tuesday 4/23       6pm-7:15pm

The Recurrency Training is approximately 1 hour and costs $50, does not require a logbook endorsement, but does require a short test to be returned to Mike/Dean.  Upon completion you/PALS will be emailed a Recurrency Certificate, good for another year.

 

Initial Training:

                               Tuesday 4/30       6pm-8:30pm

The Initial Training is 2 ½ hours and costs $100, this does require a logbook endorsement which will be mailed to you upon completion. 

 

We ask that pilots leave credit card and contact information [telephone and email] with the Dispatcher at time of scheduling.  We will debit your card and send you the GoToMeeting access information 1-2 days prior to the class once we confirm the number of attendees and the class a-go.  We also suggest you log into www.GoToMeeting at least 15-20 minutes early to make sure you have all the software to attend the webinar.  Any problems, you can call us here at Mid Island[masked]-5400.  If we have to cancel for any reason after taking payment, we will refund you the amount or hold for a future session [pilot’s choice]. 

 

Fly for a cause and learn about PALS and their Fuel Reimbursement Program - criteria below:

 

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From PALS web www.palservices.org [2013]

 

Fuel Reimbursement Program

  1. Only flights flown in compliance with the FAA Exemption will be reimbursed.
  2. Flights will be reimbursed at the following rates*:
    • $.40/mile for single engine planes
    • $.50/mile for multi engine planes
  3. Pilots must complete 2 PALS flights as Command Pilot to be eligible for the program. Reimbursement will begin with the third flight.
  4. All legs of a given mission will be reimbursed (i.e. outbound leg to pick up patient, actual patient leg and return leg back to home base). Distances will be calculated according to straight line in AirNav.
  5. Cost for ground training (Mid Island Air Service @ Islip Airport) will be $100 per pilot, payable by the pilot directly to training facility.  Each session is anticipated to require approximately 2 – 2 ½ hours.  A logbook endorsement will be required at the completion of the ground training by MIAS.
  6. A recurrent training class will be required annually.

Pilot Requirements for Fuel Reimbursement:

  1. Must hold private pilot certificate or higher and an instrument rating
  2. Must hold a 2nd class medical certificate
  3. Must meet minimum experience requirements:
    • 500 hours total time
    • 400 hours as PIC
  4. Must complete the PALS pilot training program (see #5 above)

Aircraft Requirements for fuel reimbursement:

  1. Must have a Standard Airworthiness certificate
  2. Must be maintained by a certified mechanic
  3. Aircraft components must be within manufacturer’s recommended time between overhaul.

* Subject to change

Make Safety Your Priority.  Happy & Safe Flying,

Don

Don Lawrence

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"Making Customers Ecstatically Happy Since 1946"

Flight Operations & Training

MacArthur Airport

101 Hering Dr.

Ronkonkoma, N.Y.  11779

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