Here's a list of helpful sites and info:

Information Sites

Weather at Ottawa Executive Airport - https://www.wunderground.com/weather/us/mi/zeeland/KMIZEELA44

Lavion Aero's School Management and Scheduling site - www.flightcircle.com

Aircraft Maintenance at Ottawa Exec - www.bluesunair.com

Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) Insurance Agency - www.aopaia.com, 1-800-622-AOPA

AOPA's Learn to Fly site - https://www.aopa.org/training-and-safety/learn-to-fly

AOPA Flight Training Financing - https://finance.aopa.org/flight-training-finance

Avemco Insurance Agency (renter's insurance) - www.avemco.com 1-888-241-7891

Michigan Dawn Patrol Calendar - https://www.michigan.gov/aero/0,4533,7-352-79172_79181---,00.html


Step-by-Step Sites to visit to get prepped for flying:

1. Watch Aviation 101, FREE online introduction to aviation produced by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - www.aviation101.org

2. Sign up for an account on Lavion Aero's flight scheduler - https://flightcircle.com/associate/8c742d515ae8
3. Schedule an intro flight if you're completely new to aviation or small aircraft.
4. Read, sign, and return the Lavion Aero rental & training agreement
5. Get a flight physical - does NOT have to be done before you start flying.
5a. Fill out the medical application at the FAA MedExpress Site - medxpress.faa.gov Click HERE for instructions on how to fill it out.

5b. Schedule the physical with an AME. Some of the closest FAA Airmen Medical Examiners (AMEs) to Z98 are:

Dr. Mark Folkening
400 S State St, Suite 400
616.741.9720
Wed & Fri 8-12, M-T-Th 8-4:30 Lunch 12:15-1:15
Dr. Michael Berneking
Concentra Occupational Health
436 44th St SE, Ste. A
Grand Rapids, MI 49548
616.531.9750

Dr. Mark Ivey
17357 Van Wagner Rd, Ste. 2
Spring Lake, MI 49456
616.847.1009
Flight physicals only on Mondays & Wednesdays 9-5

Dr. Dale Terpstra
Executive Air Transport, Hangar 2
107 Sinclair Dr.
Muskegon, MI 49441
616.403.6260, dterp50@chartermi.net
If either of the above aren't convenient, try the FAA Find a Medical Examiner site - https://www.faa.gov/pilots/amelocator/
6. Fill out a student pilot application at the FAA IACRA site (for pilot certificate applications)- https://iacra.faa.gov/. Your instructor will have to approve the request once it is submitted.
7. Purchase & pick up your flight training/ground school kit from the flight school office.
8. Start flying! (work with the flight school manager to get assigned an appropriate instructor).

iPad/Tablet Flight Usage
Sporty's Pilot’s guide to the iPad – how to get started - https://ipadpilotnews.com/2017/01/pilots-guide-ipad-get-started/
Electronic Log Books and Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) apps (here's a few but there are many others):

Training Material Sites (click to visit the site):