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Miami, USA — (July 20, 2015) — Flying Academy one of the dominant providers of EASA flight training services in Europe, announced today the opening of a new base in the United States of America as the most recent expansion of Flying Academy’s presence.
The new presence comes in response to proven demand for Flying Academy’s training products worldwide. Flying Academy has now the ability to provide under a single umbrella both EASA and FAA flight training services.
"The opening of Flying Academy’s Miami FAA base is a natural outgrowth of the strong Flying Academy training portfolio. We have expanded our portfolio of flight training services to the US FAA regulations and will continue delivering our promise to create the next generation of highly skilled and knowledgeable professional pilots.
We are excited to lead the worldwide expansion of Flying Academy through a local presence in the USA" said Flying Academy’s CEO Radim Olbrecht.
The courses offered in Flying Academy’s Miami base are under FAA Part 141 and Part 61 regulations, from Private Pilot (PPL) andCommercial (CPL) to Instrument Rating, multi engine and Flight Instructor. For international students, Flying Academy Miami is able to provide the documentation needed for obtaining the US flight-training visa (I-20 form).
Flying Academy Miami operates a fleet of 7 aircraft composed of 1 x Cessna 152, 1 x Cessna 172R, 4 x Piper Cadet and 1 x Piper Arrow bringing the total aircraft in the fleet to 23.
Flying Academy’s Miami base is located at Miami Executive Airport, 14569 SW 127 St Miami FL 33186 and it’s open every day from 9AM to 7PM.
VIDEO: Instrument Rating training - OK-CAP and OK-LAN - Cessna 172SP Garmin 1000
Flying Academy's student Marek from Slovakia put together a great clip from his Instrument Rating training. The aircraft featured in the clip are OK-CAP and OK-LAN - Cessna 172SP Garmin 1000.
More than 30 hours of GoPro footage from IR(A)/SE(SPA) training flights recorded in between December '14 and January '15. Based at Brno-Turany International Airport LKTB/BRQ.
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