Scheduling the Aircraft


Once you're a member of PPI you can rent out our airplanes. Purdue Aviation, LLC manages our aircraft, and they do a great job! The link below will send you to their online scheduling system. If you haven't used it before, follow the link that says "New Users: Request Login ID". If you're just starting training, your instructor will be able to set you up with a username and password.

Scheduling System

Multi-Day Cross Country Requests


According to PPI Regulations, all flights over 24-hours must receive prior approval from at least 3 members of the executive board. To request permission, follow the steps below.

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Fill out the information in each box as described in the form. Simply type your name and the date to "sign" the form at the bottom. Click the save button to save the data you have typed into the form.
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Once you receive the go-ahead from 3 of the officers, you are cleared to go! Print out a copy of the PDF form and leave the top portion with the desk at Purdue Aviation.

Reimbursements


Chances are if you go on a long cross country flight, you'll need to buy fuel for the airplane. However, since you're paying a wet rate for the aircraft, you would be double paying for fuel. We will reimburse you for the fuel you buy, but at Purdue Aviation's rates. For example, if you buy 20 gallons of fuel at $5.00 per gallon and Purdue Aviation is selling fuel at $5.50 per gallon, we will give you $110 ($5.50 * 20). However, if Purdue Aviation is selling fuel for $4.50 per gallon, we will give you $90 ($4.50 * 20). Purdue Aviation's prices are usually very average so you will, on average, not lose any money on gas. To get reimbursed, follow these steps:

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Get a receipt showing the date, N-number, your name (sign the receipt if needed to have your name on it), and the number of gallons purchased.
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Once you receive the go-ahead from 3 of the officers, you are cleared to go! Print out a copy of the PDF form and leave the top portion with the desk at Purdue Aviation.

Safety Pilot Guidelines


Many of our members work on their IFR training in our airplanes. As part of that training (or even practice when you're already certified), you can fly with a "safety pilot"; he or she will keep their eyes outside while you practice your IFR skills under the hood. Since this can be a tricky situation when it comes to logging time and paying the bill, we've put together a guide for you!

Safety Pilot Guide

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