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I am thoroughly looking forward to our next Talk Show on Thursday the 16th of January 2014. Regulars to the show should not tempt fate by leaving your bookings to the last minute.
Captain Rodney Chinn is a 32,000 hour Pilot/Instructor and Designated Flight Examiner 1A who has a bunch of extremely interesting stories to tell. Among the airlines he has served with are, SAA, Air Mauritius, ANA Japan, Singapore Airlines, Qantas Training, Nationwide and currently with Mango Airlines. He entered aviation through CFS Dunnottar and has flown lotsa Boeings, Airbuses, turbo-props, light twins and singles. Cross-Ocean ferries in Pipers, Cessnas, BN2, C46 Curtiss-Wright, Pawnee and Aero Commanders have provided him with some excitement in his life together with other experiences like surviving 9 shots from a 357 Magnum; A story that he has titled “aeries, women, dop & guns”
Dr. Mike Brown, who has become the consummate professional in a field other than medicine will, once again, do the honours as host on this show. We have come to expect the smooth bedside manner and dry sense of humour that gets the guest’s story in full. Look forward to a thrilling evening.
Booking is open and there are still some seats available. Booking is Essential!
Date : 16TH JANUARY 2014- Thursday
Time : 18h30 for 19h30 (time to order your drinks & Boerewors/ Steak roll)
Venue : EAA Auditorium adjacent to TAC and Holding point of Runway 29 Rand Airport. Take the entrance at Hurricane Road (NOT thru the main gate) past the AeroClub offices.
Cost : R50.00 each (R30 for card carrying EAA, members)
Booking : Send an e-mail to book at eaa.talkshow aticon.co.za
Refreshments : Boerewors and Steak Rolls – fresh off the flames, Pub, Coffee on sale in the Canteen
Best wishes Jeremy Woods
Tel. oh11 ate88 8495
email : eaa.talkshow aticon.co.za
Long time Cygnet builder
The object is to fly, it does not matter what the object is!