Phoenix East Scores Highest in Survey
Tuesday, October 06, 2009
Obtaining information about pilot training can be confusing: What should you ask, how to evaluate what the school tells you, is the school telling you the truth? And even if you are lucky enough to visit the school before making your decision on attending, how can you best evaluate what you see and hear?
Recently Phoenix East was part of a independent survey, conducted by Pilot Journey, a U.S. on-line directory of aviation schools. Pilot Journey only lists schools on their web site which get "good marks" as being reputable and quality schools. The researcher went to many flight schools, posing as a prospective student and asked many questions and took a tour. The schools were not told this was a survey, only that the "prospective student" (a bit of a lie in the name of research) was deciding what flight school to attend. Pilot Journey scored the schools on knowledge and information received, honesty about costs, honesty about the job market and starting salaries for pilots, and the training facility in general. (NOTE: Phoenix East did not pay for any part of this study and was not even aware it was going to take place. We were told about it after it was completed, and the results were announced.)
We are very proud to tell you that out of all the schools the survey researcher visited, Phoenix East scored the highest! We did the best in all categories in the survey.
Phoenix East Aviation has a long and strong history since 1972 of training pilot candidates for airlines worldwide -- and training them to very high standards of quality. Want to know more? Call us or check www.pea.com for more information.
Phoenix East Aviation Inc
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