Archive for September, 2009

Chesapeake Sport Pilot Flight School Opens New Hangar

Tuesday, September 29th, 2009
By Kyle Garrett, AviationSchoolsOnline.com

Chesapeake Sport Pilot didn’t plan on adding a new hangar, but according to AOPA Online, demand for light sport training “overwhelmed” the flight school and made the addition necessary. The new hangar offers over 4500 square feet of hangar space and includes a pilot supply shop, aircraft sales office, and a classroom for ground instruction.

The sport pilot flight school, open since January of 2007, started with just one aircraft but today operates seven aircraft and employs 17 flight training instructors. See the full article here.

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Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009

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