SAFA Skysailor Magazine

36 SKY SAILOR July | August 2020 Forms and Documents SAFA Documents are now available in the Member Zone of the SAFA website [] . To access them select and then select ‘Documents’ in the left-hand menu. These documents are constantly being updated, so download them as you need them. DO NOT save them for later use. The office will not accept outdated forms. Documents available to the general public are accessible on the website under: ‘Pilot Tools’  ‘Forms & Docs’ Visiting Pilot Membership Those pilots requiring a Visiting Pilot Membership please go to [ ] and select: SAFA Office Manager Hang Gliders and Equipment WW T2C 136, 290 hrs. Sail is still in good condition & easily has several more seasons left in it. Fully featured with all the comp options. Two spare uprights. Normal & XC bags, plus shipping box – asking $4900. Contact: Vic Hare 0429 039006. Member and non-member Classifieds Classifieds are free of charge to private SAFA members up to a maximum of 40 words. One classified per person per issue will be accepted. Classifieds are to be delivered to the SAFA office for membership verification/payment by email < >, fax: 03 93367177 or post: Unit 21/54 Commercial Place, Keilor East VIC 3033. The deadline is the 1st of the month, one month prior to publication date. Submitted classifieds will run for one issue. For consecutive publication, re-submission must be made, no advance bookings. When submitting a classified, remember to include your contact details (for prospective buyers), your SAFA membership number (for verification). (Note: The above does not apply to commercial operators. Instructors/ Schools/Businesses may place multiple clas- sified entries, but will be charged at commercial advertising rates. Commercial Calendar events are included under this ruling.) Advertising Guidelines All aircraft should be suitable for the intended use; this includes the skill level required for the specific aircraft being reflective of the pilot’s actual rating and experience. All members must adhere to the maintenance requirements as contained in Section 9 of the Operations Manual and as provided by manufacturers. Secondhand equipment should always be inspected by an independent person, an Instructor wherever possible. Advice should be sought as to the condition, airworthiness and suitability of the aircraft. It should include examination of maintenance logs for the aircraft. It is unethical and a legally volatile situation for individuals to provide aircraft which are unsuitable for the skill level of the pilot, or aircraft that are unairworthy in any way. Classifieds Mt Tamborine, QLD ADVERTISING INDEX JULY | AUGUST 2020 CASA – Close Call 27 Manilla Paragliding – Ascent 2 9 Manilla Paragliding – Companion SQR Series 15 Manilla Paragliding – Flying Accessories 13 Manilla Paragliding – Impress4 BC Manilla Paragliding – Naviter Oudie 4 17 Nova – Itus 7 Fly2Base IFC Paragliding Repair Centre 25 SAFA – Forms & Documents, Visiting Pilot Membership 36 SAFA – Human Factors 29