A tale of two flight schools

Flight schools — like many private buyers — are hyperfocused on, “What does an aircraft cost to operate?” Busy flight schools operating at high volume simply must track how all the pennies add up. In this post we asked US Aviation’s Scott Severen for additional info. Why US Aviation? While much of aviation has been down in the dumps, this Texas operation has been growing rapidly. Everybody is else down. They’re up. How to explain? Could it be the company’s willingness to embrace change?

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Lynn appointed Galvin flight school manager

Galvin Flying Services, an FBO at Seattle’s Boeing Field, has named Eric Lynn Flight School Manager and Chief Flight Instructor of its Flight Training Department.

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SunState Aviation celebrates 10th anniversary

SunState Aviation at Kissimmee Gateway Airport (ISM) in Florida is celebrating its 10th anniversary in April with a new Tecnam P2006T multi-engine aircraft now available for training and new facility construction underway.

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CP Aviation named Santa Paula Business of the Year

The Chamber of Commerce for the City of Santa Paula, Calif., recently named CP Aviation, Inc. its 2011 Business of the Year. Presented annually since 1983, CP Aviation is only the second airport business in Santa Paula to receive such recognition. The flight school will be honored at an awards luncheon on Feb. 7.

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