Pacific Coast Flyers - Flying Club and Aviation Community in San Diego County

Pacific Coast Flyers - Flying Club and Aviation Community

FAA Safety Team (FAAST)

The FAA Safety Team is the educational outreach arm of the Federal Aviation Administration. The FAASTeam is committed to serving the General Aviation community, and making our skies even safer.

FAASTeam Mission Statement

Pacific Coast Flyers - FAA Safety TeamImprove the Nation’s aviation accident rate by conveying safety principles and practices through training, outreach, and education; while establishing partnerships and encouraging the continual growth of a positive safety culture within the aviation community.

The FAASTeam logo connotes safety of flight and conveys the concept that the FAASTeam is part of the FAA, implying we are authoritative, and suggests we are approachable by the aviation community.


PCF and FAASafety.gov

Pacific Coast Flyers has partnered with the FAA Safety Team to help promote safety both in the club and in general aviation as a whole. Any club member may use WINGS credits for compliance with our safety AND currency requirements. This means if you go to a wings even you get credit towards the club safety program, and attending most club safety meetings will also get you credit in the WINGS program.

What is the WINGS Program?

The WINGS - Pilot Proficiency Program is designed to help you build an educational curriculum suitable for your unique flight requirements. The program encourages you to continue your aviation educational pursuits and requires training, review, and flight proficiency in the Areas of Operation (found in current Practical Test Standards (PTS)) that correspond with the leading accident causal factors. To learn more about the FAAST WINGS program click HERE