MONTANA SEAPLANE, PILOTS ASSOCIATION
The Montana Seaplane Pilots Association works in conjunction with other aviation organizations and agencies, including the Montana Aeronautics Division, Montana Fish and Wildlife, the National Park System. the National Seaplane Pilots Association, and AOPA. Individually, MTSP officers also belong to the Washington and Oregon Seaplane Pilots, Canadian Owners & Pilots, and Alaska Airmen Associations.
We work together in whatever way we can to help maintain flying freedom on and around the waters of Montana and surrounding areas. We make it our responsibility to generate and disseminate seaplane safety and flying tips. Information onhow to get ratings, how and where to get maintenance, and favorite flying destinations is always available from Association members and affiliates. In general, we share our experience in the exciting world of seaplanes with all who have an interest.
DUES: $15.00 per year/$25 per couple
Home Phone: Business Phone:
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Payment Method: Check #
PO Box 700
St. Ignatius Mt. 59865
406 745 0969, email@example.com
The Montana Seaplane Pilot Association is a hobby type, recreational, sport flying organization. The newsletter is an amateur production intended only for the edification and entertainment of the association's members. It contains information, suggestions, and ideas from other members. If you have questions about ideas or suggestions from the newsletter, you should cross check the information prior to its use.
The social events and fly-ins reported in the newsletter are suggestions only and, because of location, type of airport, surrounding terrain, etc., all events reported may not be suitable for attendance by all club members. Prior to attending any event reported in the newsletter, each member should review the proposed event site and, based on that and the flying experience of the pilot/member, assess the capability of the pilot to successfully and safely attend the event. The Montana Seaplane Pilots Association assumes no responsibility or liability for the contents of the newsletter or for damages resulting from attendance at events reported in the newsletter.