This year’s Twin Commander University is slated for April 25-27 in Scottsdale, Ariz.
In 1996 Twin Commander Aircraft expanded its annual Service Center Symposium to include a two-day owner/operator conference dubbed the University Program. The program included “advanced seminars on pilot proficiency, powerplant maintenance, old and new systems in the airframe, safety concerns, and new products that can enhance your flying,” according to company officials, who noted that presentations were made by representatives from authorized service centers, the factory, engineers, key system vendors, and owners.
“The inaugural edition of the Twin Commander University delivered on those promises, setting a standard that has defined every such event,” said Twin Commander Aircraft President Matt Isley. “Now, 17 years after that seminal conference, we look forward to the 2013 Twin Commander University in the venue that has proven to the most popular over the years – Scottsdale, Arizona.”
The university, will take place at the Scottsdale Marriott at McDowell Mountains, will include seminars on pilot proficiency, powerplant maintenance, safety concerns, and new products, among other topics, according to Isley.
“As in 1996, we will have representatives on hand from authorized service centers, the factory, engineers, and key system vendors, and we’ll have scores of owners and operators flying to Scottsdale from around the country,” he said, noting the university typically attracts a number of Commander owners from overseas as well.
For more information: TwinCommander.com