Phoenix East Aviation Now a Cessna Pilot Center
Friday, December 11, 2009
Phoenix East Aviation (PEA) announces becoming a Cessna Pilot Center. The academy, which has been training pilot candidates for airlines worldwide since 1972, flies Cessna C-172 aircraft for its single-engine training. In addition, PEA has ten of the new Cessna model C-162 aircraft on order, due to be delivered in 2010.
A flight school which has been designated as a Cessna Pilot Center is a specially selected aviation academy that represents top-quality, professional flight training. Such schools have state-of-the-art training facilities, well-trained professional instructors and aircraft with modern components; they also adhere to strict maintenance and safety requirements. Phoenix East Aviation's facility in Daytona Beach, Florida, easily met all those standards, according to Phoenix East Chief Executive Officer, Ghassan Reslan.
Cessna C-172 aircraft are rugged and dependable, and the most appropriate single-engine training aircraft in the world today. The Phoenix East training fleet also includes aircraft with the highly advanced Garmin G1000 glass cockpit. The G1000 flight deck package simplifies all primary flight, engine and sensor data for intuitive, at-a-glance awareness and provides for excellent training. This is especially advantageous for the professional, career-minding student who comes to train at Phoenix East Aviation from countries throughout the world. Graduates typically progress to become airline or charter pilots in their home countries following training.
Contact www.pea.com today for more details on pilot training.
Phoenix East Aviation Inc
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