Multi Engine Flight Training Comes to Orlando Executive Airport

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Trax Air is pleased to announce it has formally been authorized by the Federal Aviation Administration to offer Part 141 Multi Engine Training

Trax Air, the leading provider of FAA approved flight training in Florida and the United States, is pleased to announce it has formally been authorized by the Federal Aviation Administration to offer Part 141 Multi Engine Training, a rare occurrence in most flight schools. This will open up many more international markets for flight training coming to Orlando and continue to increase the economic impact flight training has and will continue to have in the central Florida market.

Trax Air offers a wide array of flight training packages and is also a Department of Veteran Affairs approved training center. Trax Air has been operating at Orlando Executive Airport since 1984 and has held the single engine Part 141 authorization. Many flight schools are restricted to single engine Part 141 training. The ability to offer this magnitude of multi engine training is great news for Orlando and Central Florida.

“Having the ability to hire pilots that have trained and received a Multi-Engine commercial license under Part 141 regulations is the gold standard of all aviation recruiters throughout the world. I am extremely happy and proud to be able to offer this level of training in Central Florida at Trax Air.” –Rob Becker, Chief Flight Instructor

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