This Just In...Aviation Acrobat Sean D. Tucker to be the keynote speaker!
Sean D. Tucker flies hard-charging, power aerobatics in his highly modified, one-of-a kind aerobatic dream machine sponsored by Oracle. Its revolutionary set of wings uses 8 ailerons instead of 4 and sports a high-performance tail. With over 20,000 hours, Sean started his flying career crop-dusting in modified Stearman biplanes. In 1975, he began competing, soon earning national recognition and coveted title of “U.S. National Advanced Aerobatics Champion”. Now with over 1,100 performances, at more than 450 airshows, he has won numerous aerobatic competitions and received over 18 prestigious awards, including induction into the National Aviation Hall of Fame. Sean amazes audiences with his high-energy routines. His original flying style and infectious personality have rocketed him to the top. In his performance, he flies the aircraft backwards, straight-down, tail-first at more than 100 mph. Over half of Sean's maneuvers are original and have never been duplicated by another aerobatic pilot.
will be held January 23-24, 2015
The Lansing Center
The 2015 Great Lakes Aviation Conference is the most complete aviation conference in the Midwest, offering educational seminars for all pilots from Students just beginning to learn about flying to Seasoned Professionals. It also offers educational experiences for all forms of Aviation Maintenance professionals, whether just learning or those who have worked in the industry for decades.
The conference features approximately 100 different exhibitors! The industry representatives will be there to talk to you and answer all of your questions. You can shop for the best in avionics, pilot gear and training aids, and experience the latest products on the market.
The informational and instructional breakout sessions with the pilot in mind, offer a wide variety of topics presented by expert speakers from all over the country. Session topics range from simple VFR to real-world IFR flight issues. Other seminars address weather information, aircraft ownership opportunities, FAA issues, flying destinations, and the latest and greatest of everything in aviation. For the Aviation Maintenance Professional, we offer a wide variety of topics from maintaining your aircraft and its varied components to Human Factors and Professionalism.
Exhibits - 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Conference Sessions - 7:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
*Click on Seminars tab for complete session schedule
Pre-Registration is now closed - You can register at the door