KISSIMMEE, Fla. — SunState Aviation at Kissimmee Gateway Airport (ISM) is hosting an open house on Saturday, June 14, from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.
SunState Aviation was founded in the spring of 2002 when President and co-founder Steve Graham saw a need for a flight training center that would both serve the needs of local student pilots, as well as being a prime location for an Accelerated Flight Training Center.
Starting with one airplane and 500 square feet of rented space, SunState Aviation is now home to a 16,000 square foot state of the art training center and a large fleet of training aircraft.
An FAA Part 141 approved flight school, SunState Aviation’s facilities, aircraft, flight instructors, and training syllabus have all passed muster under the rules and guidelines of both the US government and aviation industry recognized standard-bearers.
Students interested in aviation opportunities as well as the general public are welcome to the open house and invited to explore the facility.
“The public is invited to join us for food, fun and aircraft displays as well as the opportunity to take an introductory flight lesson in either an airplane or a helicopter at a significantly reduced cost during this event,” says Mike Camelin, Director of Sales and Marketing for SunState.
For more information: SunStateAviation.com