SEATTLE — The Flight Training Department of Galvin Flying Services has opened a satellite flight training facility at Auburn Airport (S50) in Auburn, Wash.
The facility, co‐located with Auburn Flight Service‐Maintenance and Repair, will eventually provide both Part 61 and Part 141 flight training programs, according to company officials.
“In analyzing our growing marketplace — our partnership with Green River Community College, training veterans and members of the Armed Services to fly, our work with Boeing training foreign military students in preparation for the P‐8A Poseidon deliveries, and our expanding retail business — a satellite campus to the south of our primary location at Boeing Field allows us to serve the local aviation community even better,” said Eric Lynn, Flight School Manager.
“Further, in co‐locating with Auburn Flight Service — one of our authorized repair and maintenance providers for our flight training aircraft fleet — students of Galvin will realize even greater dispatch reliability at both training locations.”
The Auburn satellite facility of Galvin Flying Services currently offers Part 61 flight training and Part 141 training from Private Pilot through Airline Transport Pilot.
Galvin plans to add an aircraft each month through the end of the year at the Auburn campus, company officials said.
For more information: GalvinFlying.com