JEFA is formed exclusively for pleasure, recreation, and other non-profit purposes specifically to foster, promote, engage in, and conduct all phases of flying and flying-related activities in a manner to promote personal contacts and fellowship among its members including the providing of education about flying.
This site provides information on the JEFA club which includes Jeppesen and Boeing employees plus their guests. For more information email JLIB_HTML_CLOAKING
Winter is rapidly approaching. Our preheater has been checked and is ready to go with a new propane bottle. If you are unsure as to how to operate the preheater, please get ahold of either Tom Letts or Mark Smith and they will review the process and procedures with you. Remember, JEFA recommends preheating aircraft engines whenever the overnight sustained temperature is 20 F or lower.
Your JEFA Board Members have agreed to invest money in our C-172R to keep it looking good and flying great! We'll be replacing both cockpit door panels as well as replacing both the pilot and front seat passenger fabric. Look for this to happen in the very near future.
JEFA members, please note that before going on a cross country flight greater than 70 NM from KAPA, or any flight into the mountains, you are required to have your cross country approved by either the JEFA Director of Training or the Director of Safety. The JEFA board is also requesting that when making a flight reservation in FSP ( Flight Schedule Pro ), that you add in comments section the purpose of the flight, joyride, flight training, local airports, etc.
Ground School: Date Change
The Jeppesen Employee Flying Association will hosting an Instrument ground school. This class will begin April 14th and run for approximately 9 weeks. Class times will be Monday and Thursday evenings, 4:30 to 7:00 pm. Cost of the class is $300. Classes will be held at the main Jeppesen 55 building in Inverness. If you are interested in taking this class, please contact Robert Brannan at (303) 328-4464 or email him at JLIB_HTML_CLOAKING .
Significant changes have been made to many of the Denver area instrument charts and procedures with the November 15th updates. Be sure to review these thoroughly.
Young Eagles - 03/01/2014
As of 02/01/2013, rates are as follows:
Cessna 172R - N20JA $100/Hobbs Hour
Diamond DA40 - N505JF $120/Hobbs Hour
Paying the Piper...
Payment is due upon completion of your flight.
You may pay by check. Send checks to:
12830 E. Control Tower Road #J4
Englewood, CO 80112
Checks can be dropped into the Treasurer's inbox in the Flight Planning Room at the JEFA Office
If you wish to use your PayPal account, please go: https://www.paypal.com mail to: JLIB_HTML_CLOAKING