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Flight Training - Flying Overview

cessna150-3.jpgThe Cessna 150 has been acclaimed as the most accommodating training aircraft by both students and instructors. The high wing makes landings easier and provides better visibility. At 7500 feet the one hundred horsepower airplane cruises at about 105 miles per hour. Rugged and friendly, with predictable and positive control responses, the Cessna 150 is a quality airplane which makes learning to fly a lot easier.

There are hundreds of thousands of people who have become pilots. Every month thousands more start their pilot education. They come virtually from every occupation and age group. Pilots represent a great cross section of our society. There is no typical pilot. The common denominator is a conviction they share that becoming a pilot is something they could do. So they did it. And you can too. If you are willing to accept the challenge, you too can become a pilot. The place to start is here and now.


Flying Is...

"You can always tell when a man has lost his soul to flying. The poor bastard is hopelessly committed to stopping whatever he is doing long enough to look up and make sure the aircraft purring overhead continues on course and does not suddenly fall out of the sky. It is also his bound duty to watch every aircraft within view take off and land". >Ernest K Gann, 'Fate is the Hunter'