FAA Safety Team WINGS Program Information
FAAST Program is sponsored by local FSDO and provides valuable educational opportunity for pilots and maintenance technicians in local area. As a member of FAASTeam, Infinite Air Center provides seminars and speakers that are informational and help keep you safe in the sky.
To learn more about FAAST, please visit the FAA’s website by clicking here.
Every month, we strive to hold a FAAST WINGS program seminar with various speakers that might be of interest to pilots. Usually, these seminars are scheduled after our Monthly 4th Saturday Grilled Burger Event and starts at 2:30PM, lasting approximately 45 minutes to an hour.
Upcoming FAAST WINGS Event at Albany Municipal Airport:
Topic: Winter Flying Weather
Guest Speaker: Will Ahue from NOAA
For more information on joining FAA’s WINGS program, please go to: http://www.faasafety.gov
Below is a copy from FAA’s website:
FAASTeam Mission Statement
What makes the FAASTeam unique?
FAASTeam Organizational Structure
FAASTeam Process for Planning to Reduce Accidents
- Accident/incident reports involving airmen from the area
- Hazards identified by FAA Inspectors at local Flight Standards District Offices
- Information from the local aviation community
FAASTeam MembersA FAASTeam Member is anyone who makes a conscious effort to promote aviation safety and become part of the shift in safety culture. To become a member:
- Sign-up at FAASafety.gov and take part in all it has to offer.
- Pilots – participate in our new WINGS – Pilot Proficiency Program
- Mechanics – participate in the new automated AMT Awards Program
- Attend live FAASTeam seminars in your area
FAASTeam RepresentativesAviation safety volunteers that wish to work closely with FAASTeam Program Managers (FPM) to actively promote safety may be designated as FAASTeam Representatives. These volunteers receive training and are supported by the FPM with equipment and materials.
FAASTeam Industry MembersThe FAASTeam has guidelines for the establishment of Industry Members. They are companies or associations of people that have a stake in aviation safety. The guidelines describe how these groups and the FAASTeam can formalize their desires to promote aviation safety together.