AFIT has the prideful reputation for providing highly experienced and competent full-time senior instructor's...this, above all, is the reason for our success. Nothing is more important than a great instructor. Nothing!
Newport Beach, California (PRWEB) February 5, 2009
A.F.I.T., known and referred to as Aviation's Most Respected Name and the nation's largest and most effective Accelerated Flight Training Organization in the US, today announced the addition of Recurrent Flight Training Programs across the nation.
This new service launched on February 1, 2009 reflects AFIT's continuing position as the Premier leader in Accelerated Flight Training across the nation.
Initial and Recurrent Training Courses for Single, Complex-Single and Cabin Class Piston Aircraft. Insurance Industry Approved. Specializing in training pilots in a one on one environment at the client's location.
This is the latest addition to AFIT's Accelerated Flight Training programs.
"AFIT has the prideful reputation for providing highly experienced and competent full-time senior instructor's...this, above all, is the reason for our success. Nothing is more important than a great instructor. Nothing!" said Montalte.
Accelerated programs work is because they rapidly reinforce the skills learned during flight training. Consolidated training prevents the learning gaps that are common with a traditional Flight Training education.
AFIT specialize in training in a one on one environment.
AFIT's 46 senior instructors average over 8,000 flight hours and ages vary from 55 to 58 years young They review skills, aircraft systems and emergency procedures. We ensure your recurrent training meets the requirements of your insurance company and we sharpen your flying skills so that you can handle any situation that comes your way in the air.
Montalte states, recurrent training means never being satisfied with simply well enough. It is an investment in safety. AFIT has senior instructors to help you be as great as you need and want to be.
In the classroom, you'll review aircraft systems and general topics such as strategies for flying low visibility approaches, how to make the most of ATC during an emergency, FAR's among other topics.
In the aircraft clients start by practicing maneuvers. Then on to instrument proficiency. Clients fly real world scenarios, where you will have to identify and manage various emergencies and malfunctions, all while keeping track of weather, terrain, and alternate airport options.
AFIT instructors endorse an Instrument Proficiency Check and Biennial Flight Review along with a certificate of completion upon completion of the client's training course
AFIT Accelerated Flight & Instrument Training has been the leading provider for Accelerated Flight Training Programs and professional consulting services to the General Aviation Industry, aircraft manufacturers, private companies, law firms, corporations, doctors, athletes and government agencies. Our team of educated and experienced Senior Flight Instructors and technical specialists are recognized for excellence in service by local, national and international business communities.
Montalte states, AFIT values the trust our clients have shown in us. On behalf of every AFIT member, Senior Instructor and employee, let me assure you our company will continue to protect the principles of our profession, maintain the highest standards of excellence, and provide each client with the quality services they have come to expect and deserve from AFIT.
For further information contact: Tony P. Montalte, President & CEO, AFIT Accelerated Flight & Instrument Training, PO Box 9099 Newport Beach, California 92658 866-270-8224.
Or log on to http://www.afit-info.com or to view the e Brochure visit http://www.afit-info.com/downloads/digital_brochure.exe.
AFIT Client References including AOPA at http://www.afit-info.com/references/references.html
As seen in:
POPA (Pilatus Owners & Pilots Association)
AOPA Pilot Magazine, AOPA Flight Training Magazine, Flying Magazine, Cessna Owner Magazine, Pipers Magazine, Cessna Flyer Magazine, Piper Flyer Magazine, Plane & Pilot Magazine and In-flight Magazine.
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