FlightSafety International has promoted Randy Annett to assistant manager of the company’s Cessna Learning Center in Wichita, Kansas. He succeeds John Brasfield who has been promoted to Manager of FlightSafety’s Cessna Maintenance Training Center in Wichita.
“Randy has made a significant contribution to FlightSafety’s training programs during the past 11 years. Our customers will appreciate and benefit from his in-depth understanding of their requirements and commitment to provide the highest quality training programs and services,” said Greg McGowan, Vice President, Operations.
Randy joined FlightSafety in 2001 at the Hawker Beechcraft Learning Center in Wichita and most recently served as Assistant Director of Training.
Prior to joining FlightSafety he worked as a Part 121 pilot for Air Wisconsin Airlines, served as Chief Pilot for TMC Transportation for over 10 years, owned and operated a Part 61 flight school, and managed an airport and FBO. He graduated from Iowa Lakes Community College where he majored in the professional pilot program, studied accounting at Grand View College, and is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree at Embry-Riddle University.
The Wichita Cessna Center offers training for the Citation VII, Citation X, Citation XLS, Citation CJ2, Citation CJ3, Citation CJ4, Citation Encore, Citation Mustang, Citation Sovereign and Caravan using a fleet of 16 flight simulators.
FlightSafety has been the factory authorized training provider of the Cessna Aircraft Company for more than 30 years. Training for pilots, maintenance technicians and other aviation professionals who operate Cessna aircraft is available at FlightSafety’s Learning Centers in Atlanta, Georgia; Columbus, Ohio; Long Beach, California; Orlando, Florida; San Antonio, Texas; Wichita, Kansas and at the Farnborough Airport in the United Kingdom.
For more information: FlightSafety.com
People who read this article also read articles on airparks, airshow, airshows, avgas, aviation fuel, aviation news, aircraft owner, avionics, buy a plane, FAA, fly-in, flying, general aviation, learn to fly, pilots, Light-Sport Aircraft, LSA, and Sport Pilot.