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?
Nashua Flight Simulator, a New Hampshire provider of recurrent training for business-class piston twins, turbo-prop twins, and high-performance single engine aircraft, has added two experienced pilot instructors, Doug Lyons and Bob McCulla.
SimCom Training Centers has earned Twin Commander Aircraft’s endorsement as the exclusive factory-authorized provider of pilot initial and recurrent training for Twin Commander 690/A/B and JetProp models.
Six CFIs were recently accredited as Master Instructors by Master Instructors LLC.
The Society of Aviation and Flight Educators (SAFE) recently delivered the eighth in its series of “Seminar-in-a-Box” products for use by the FAA Safety Team (FAASTeam), “Teaching and Testing CFIT Avoidance.”
Ten CFIs recently earned or renewed their Master Instructor accreditation.
FlightSafety International has promoted Nancy Ritter to manager of FlightSafety Academy in Vero Beach, Florida. [Read more…]
The Aviators Model Code of Conduct (AMCC)—Version 2.0 was recently released [Read more…]