Published Mon 8th, Aug 2011

The Webster Team is pleased to announce the 2011 finalists who courtesy of our sponsor AIR CANADA and the support of so many other aviation organizations, the following list of finalists who will gather in Quebec City in late August to compete against each other for the title of TOP AMATEUR PILOT IN CANADA


Region Finalist Flight Training Unit

British Columbia: Michael Wieclawek Pacific Flying Club
Kevin Aalders Centennial Flight Centre
Saskatchewan: Lindsay Bowers Regina Flying Club
Manitoba: Cody Neill
Harv’s Air
Western Ontario: Matthew Duplan Waterloo-Wellington Flying Club
Central Ontario: Oliver Darroch Spectrum Airways
Eastern Ontario: Joshua Shea
Ottawa Flying Club
Mathieu Beaumier Lachute Aviation
Atlantic: Justin Mailman Moncton Flight Centre





Congratulations to all the 2011 Webster Finalists

2011 Webster Early Bird Draw Winners

Zachary Belanger - 1 HME-110 headset donated by Sennheiser
Ryan Costello - 1 Brightline Aviator Flight Bag donated by Aviation World
Christopher Kincaid - A one year subscription to WINGS magazine
Nigel MacLennan - 1 set of aviator sunglasses donated by COPA
Howard Leung - 1 pilot licence holder donated by COPA
Martin Nadeau - 1 Royal Mint commemorative coin donated by WINGS magazine


2011 Webster Flight Instructor Draw

Tahara MacDonald - Moncton Flight College - 1 HME - 110 headset donated by Sennheiser
Jeff Davy - Ottawa Flying Club - 1 Brightline Aviator Flight Bag donated by Aviation World
Kamna Subedi - Seneca College - A one year subscription to WINGS magazine
Steve Hause - Sault College - 1 set of aviator sunglasses donated by COPA
Fred Neufeld - St Thomas Flight Centre - 1 Pilot Licence Holder donated by COPA
Andrew Simpson - Ottawa Flying Club - 1 Royal Mint commemorative Coin Set donated by WINGS Magazine


Winner of 2011 Webster Sennheiser Scholarship is Moncton Flight College, Moncton, NB

The Webster/Sennheiser scholarship was donated by Sennheiser Canada beginning last year and will be awarded on an annual basis.  It goes to the Flight Training Unit which encourages and produces the greatest number of competitors into the current competition. The provisions of the scholarship valued at $3,000 must be used for the advanced training of between one to four of the current competitors from their school. How it is awarded it up to the school.  Last year it was won by Waterloo-Wellington Flying Club.  This year, congratulations to Moncton Flight College. The presentation of the scholarship will be formally made at the ATAC Convention held in November in Montreal.

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