Twin Commander Aircraft has begun planning for the 10th edition of its owner/operator conference, the Twin Commander University.
The date for the upcoming University has been set for April 28-30, 2011. The university “campus” will be the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa in Bonita Springs on Southwest Florida’s Gulf coast. The curriculum will follow the format of previous universities, with an opening day radar-training class, followed by two full days of seminars devoted to the operation, maintenance, and upgrade of Twin Commanders.
“The university is a key component of our commitment to support the fleet,” commented Twin Commander Aircraft President Matt Isley. “It’s a hands-on opportunity for owners, operators, and prospective owners to interact with experts on all issues having to do with flying and caring for their aircraft.”
According to Isley, the university consistently ranks at the top in terms of owner/operator satisfaction with the support provided by the factory and authorized service center partners. Twin Commander Aircraft has 22 authorized service centers in the United States, Mexico, Venezuela, England, and Australia.
One of the highlights of the university is a ramp tour of the several dozen Twin Commanders flown in from around the country and internationally. At the upcoming 10th university the airplanes will park on the Naples Jet Center ramp at Naples Municipal Airport. Naples Jet is an authorized Twin Commander service center and will be the host service center for the upcoming University.
For more information: 919-956-4323 or TwinCommander.com.