Excellent New Pilot Training Aircraft at Phoenix East Aviation
Sunday, August 12, 2012
The aircraft your flight school has -- called its "training fleet" -- is very important. If the airplanes are old, you'll likely not learn to use the types of computerized equipment that modern airlines use, such as glass cockpits. Also, if the aircraft are old, they are likely to end up often needing unscheduled maintenance -- and when you're scheduled to fly that aircraft -- that's now not flyable because it needs maintenance -- you're left behind with no flying that day. If this is a common occurence (and it is with older training fleets), it will take you longer to complete your training, for sure!
Diamond Aircraft has now equipped its DA-42 twin engine aircraft with a new diesel power plant. The AE300 leaves an excellent impression: It is powerful and economical at the same time. This new DA-42NG is an improvement over the previous model. Diamond Aircraft Company, plus many private owners of this aircraft, highly recommend this aircraft for twin engine training, as it adds modern appeal and more new technology to the flight line.
And guess what? Phoenix East Aviation has these new D-42NG aircraft for students to fly!
Want to learn more about learning to fly and becoming an commercial airline or charter airline pilot? Contact www.pea.com
for more information. And if you fill out a short form requesting additional information, you will be quickly contacted by a knowedgeable Admissions Officers. If this is the career you want, go to www.pea.com
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