We need AVGAS 100 LL for The Malvinas Argentinas Flying Club
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|BUENOS AIRES, August de 2004
TO: MS. CAROLINA LLIOSA STURLA
ISNSTITUTIONAL AFFAIRS DIRECTOR
I hereby write this letter to you in order to request the assistance of Repsol - YPF to help our Club which was chartered on May 1, 1986 to promote accessible aeronautical education, mainly for young people with no means to pursue their aviation careers in traditional ways.
Ours is a non-profit organisation and fundamentally, a flight school where almost all the staff works without pay and voluntarily.
Since 1997, 65 students received their graduation as private pilots, a further 18 received instructor licenses and 47 pilots received recurrent training in order to increase their skills and experience.
Our statistics show that between November 200 and december 2001, we had 80 students and pilots flying between 120 and 160 hours each month with our three operational aircraft.
However, in these days our club is suffering a bad time becase two machines are out of service (one is undergoing a major revison - suspended due to a lack of funds), and another suffered an accident. The third one is having serious technical troubles.
In the event that this last machine would be left out of service the school would be faced with the only alternative left: closing its doors permanently.
Thus, I decided to write you to request the assistance of Repsol - YPF to provide us with 1500 litres of AVGAS 100 LL, which would be loaded on our machine at Don Torcuato Airport (SADD) and used at the rate of 500 litres per month, over a span of one quarter of a year.
RUBEN ADOLFO CIPUZAK
COM MY DE GENDARMERIA (R)
PRESIDENT, AEROCLUB MALVINAS ARGENTINAS
N.E: If you or your company are interested in helping or making tax-deductible donations, please contact the Club´s authorities directly or visit their website.
A Piper PA-11 belonging to the Malvinas Argentinas Flying Club landing.
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