Mojo Jet Blast

February 23, 2017 3:00 PM EST to February 26, 2017 11:00 PM EST

Mojave Airport

Mojave, CA
Venue website

The Mojave Desert, also known as “Aerospace Valley,” is the home of many of America’s greatest aviation achievements including the flight of our first jet the P-59 Airacomet. It is time to bring classic aviator skills and jet aircraft back to MHV! In decades past, the CJAA had held Jet Blasts at KMHV. The Airmanship Foundation, aka Mojo Flight, has been conducting civilian formation operations from MHV for several years now. It is time to join together the efforts of both of the jet and piston groups!

Please join The Airmanship Foundation at Flight Research, Inc’s (FRI) state of the art flight test facility at Mojave Air & Spaceport on 23-26 February for the first MOJO JET BLAST! This is a combined event for both piston and jet formation flying activities. Come out, hone your skills and join in the camaraderie that only exists in the Aerospace Valley.

Schedule
THU 23 FEB
     – Arrivals
FRI 24 FEB
     – Formation Training Flights
     – Dinner at the Mojave Transportation Museum
SAT 25 FEB
     – Formation Training Flights
     – Banquet at KMHV
SUN 26 FEB
     – Departures

Formation Ground School: For pilots who have not had it, Formation Ground School will be held on Monday 06 FEB at FRI at 1600 hours. Contact Scott Glaser for details (see below).

Accommodations
Hotel: We’ve secured an event rate of $85/night at the hotel on the field, the Mariah Country Inn and Suites. Call them and ask for the Airmanship Foundation event at (661) 824-4980 to make your reservations.
Rental Car: If you would like a rental car you can arrange for Enterprise on KEDW to drop one at their location on MHV. You must call the local office at (661) 258-1586.

Costs
• Event Fee - $40
• Friday Dinner - $30
• Saturday Banquet - $30
• Geedunk Pack (T-Shirt & Patch) - $30
• The whole shebang! - $130

Registration
email Scott Glaser at Scott@airmanshipfoundation.org for a password and then register online at: Airmanship Foundation Website

 


Scott “Gomez” Glaser

CEO
The Airmanship Foundation
Scott@airmanshipfoundation.org
661-754-2732