Rome, New York Jet Blast

All Members,


This year will be Rome NY second Jet Blast event we are expecting a big crowd this year, so please register early under our events page.

There will be discounted fuel , some giveaways and Im sure plenty of food.

CJAA will be having a Board meeting in Rome on some changes of our rules and Bylaws, so we encourage all members to come particpate as this is your association and your voice matters.






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CJAA Newest Check Pilot - Scott Glaser

We want to welcome CJAA Newest Check Pilot 


Scott Glaser

Callsign: Gomez

Pilot Certificates and Ratings:

Airline Transport Pilot: Multiengine Land

Ratings: CE-500, NA-265, T-33, AV-L39, MB-326, S211, MiG15/17, N-F86

Flight Instructor: Airplane Single and Multiengine; Instrument Airplane

Commercial: Single Engine Land, Single Engine Sea and Glider, Instrument Airplane

Private Pilot: Rotorcraft

3100+ Hours total time

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Need new conversion on your L39 with the Garret Engine, reach out to Shane Phillips at FMC Fighter Maintenance Contracting (256-613-7195)


All L39 Repairs and Avionics , we come to you !!!!!!

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New Sponsor

91 Aviation is an Exclusive, Part 91 ONLY, Aircraft Management Company.  We provide a total managment solution for your aviation asset with the best financial transparancy you will ever find. Click the button below to find out what we do and how we set ourselves apart from your average aviation management company

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2019 Fairhope , AL Shutterfly photo book

Greg Banner has made a nice shutterfly photo book , if interested in purchasing please click the link below.

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Midwest Warbird Fly-In

All warbird owners and their airplanes are encouraged to attend, with an emphasis on those who want to do some flying and some socializing in a great environment, and maybe make some new aviation friends. We will conduct at least 2-3 flying periods each day, and we'll present morning weather/safety briefings for all participants. Although this is not strictly a formation clinic, there may be opportunities for qualified FAST formation pilots to organize some formation flights, and we encourage you to bring your own backseat formation instructor to the event, if needed. We will have several quiet briefing rooms available for participants to use. Jets and recips alike are welcome!

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Reno FAST/RJI Clinic

Once again, CJAA and RJI are planning a unique clinic at Reno Stead airport on June 2-4. Sunday through Tuesday will be primarily focused on standard FAST procedures and training. Wednesday will shift to RJI race prep for the upcoming Pylon Racing School (PRS) and National Championship Air Races. By combining resources and sharing the venue, this clinic will provide you two types of training in one event, saving you time and money.

This year, all meals will be no-host and we will collect donations for cost sharing at the event.

Where: Reno-Stead Airport (KRTS) “ Home of The Reno Air Races”

Host FBO: Aviation Classics, Ltd; (775) 972-5540, Fuel, O2, N2, Hertz Rental Cars

Arrivals: Saturday -Sunday June 1-2

Mass In-brief: Monday June 3th, 0830

Daily Formation Flights: June 2th – 4th to update or qualify for your Formation Lead/Wing Card focused on FAST procedures.

Race Specific Training Flights will be conducted to prepare students for the Pylon Racing Seminar at the end of FAST Training Clinic, 1 to 2 Sorties.

Please check local listing for Hotels:

Grand Sierra Resort Reservations Phone: (800) 501-2651 
2500 E 2nd St
Reno, NV 89595




$150.00 Member Ticket - Pilot

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Eaa AirVenture - Oshkosh 2019

EAA Airventure at Oshkosh is always a special event for Classic Jets and all experimental aircraft. 2019 will be an EXTRA SPECIAL year as Classic Jets are going to be featured at this years event.

Some of the oldest jet aircraft in existence will be flying over the flightline at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2019 as the world’s largest fly-in convention brings together a rarely seen gathering of these early jets. 

British Provost ,Venom and Vampire jets will be part of the gathering, as will American designs such as the T-33 Shooting Star and F-86 Sabre, as well as a Soviet-era MiG-17 and mnay of member owned L39 jets.

Don't miss the best Oshkosh for Classic Jets!

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Fairhope , Alabama Interview

Please click link below to acces the Interviews at Fairhope 2019

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2019 February Newsletter

CJAA Newsletter Feb 2019


CJAA President Zach “Z” McNeill reports, “At the beginning of 2019, we are financially sound. We are starting out the year with reserves to sustain our organization for 12 months. Nevertheless, we are facing a challenge common in the warbird community…our annual membership is on a gradual decline. We’re down from around 300 members ten years ago to approximately 220-250 today, while also reducing annual membership dues. We are looking to increase our funding through creative marketing and sponsorship agreements.”


Z notes that there are some 400 airplanes registered in the US that could fall under the purview of the CJAA. “We represent only about half of them, so we’d love to reach out and add them to our membership. We have a lot to offer jet warbird owners far beyond our sponsored barbecues at Sun ‘n Fun and AirVenture at `Oshkosh.” He mentions several goals for 2019, including increasing the number of CJAA fly-in events, representing membership in a myriad of regulatory issues, and being a two-way conduit of information with the FAA, NTSB, and FAST.


He points out that fly-ins are much more important than simply boys playing with their toys.” Most warbird pilots are interested in aerobatics and/or formation flying. CJAA is dedicated to training our pilots to develop and improve their skills in these disciplines in order to STAY ALIVE! We generally do this through formation flying clinics such as the upcoming 2019 Presidential Fly in and Convention, to be held in Fairhope AL from 27 February until 3 March.” Z says he’s expecting a record 26 participating jet aircraft, along with some interesting visitors. “These clinics focus on heavy interaction between pilots and instructors/check pilots in order to hone their skills. They also give us a chance to fly, talk shop, and socialize with other pilots sharing similar interests. We can exchange helpful tips for everything from holding position in an echelon turn, to finding better ways to upgrade an avionics suite. We also have discussions about safety, which includes information that comes to us from FAST and its other signatories. We all learn from each other, since many of the skillsets overlap each other, despite our unique demands on airspace and speed.”


In the regulatory world, CJAA represents the jet warbird community on many different levels. Z continues, “We are working closely with the government as it begins implementation of FAA Order 8900.1 Flight Standards Information Management System (FSIMS). Some of these changes in the rewrite affect the licensing of people and experimental aircraft in our membership. In addition, the safety record in every corner of the warbird community comes under scrutiny by the FAA and NTSB, as well as other components of the government that don’t necessarily understand the fine points of aviation as well. So, EVERYTHING in the warbird can influence us. Through FAST, we continue to strengthen our ties with other FAST signatories and exchange information


At the 2019 Presidential Fly in and Convention in Fairhope, the CJAA will hold its annual membership meeting. This will be YOUR opportunity to have your voice heard on a variety of issues that will affect our organization. Most participants will be arriving on Wednesday, 27 February. Thursday and Friday will be spend flying, flying and flying. This is the real heart of the fly in, where pilots can earn their FAST Wingman or Lead certifications. On Saturday, the group will be treated to a tour of the National Naval Aviation Museum at NAS Pensacola, followed by the annual CJAA Convention Meeting. This promises to be the largest gathering of CJAA members ever at Fairhope so if you have not yet registered, please do so ASAP.


Watch this space for a recap of the Fairhope gathering, as well as a preview of future CJAA events.


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