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Company: Above Alaska Aviation, LLC
Company: Arnold L. Sperling
E-mail: fly [at] abovealaska.com
Phone: 907-355-4808
Country: Talkeetna, Alaska
Aircraft Types: Champ, Citabria, PA18, Cessna 172,
Information:
Book either an Off Airport Bush Course or Float Plane Rating during the month of July and receive two nights of free lodging! Types of Training Available: Off Airport Bush Course: The Bush Course consists of 2-3 hours of ground instruction per day and 6 hours of flight training. We start by discussing the Specifics of the aircraft we will be flying (a 160 hp Citabria). This includes aircraft systems and components, performance, and limitations. We then move into the physics of precision takeoffs and landings. Then on to judging landing and takeoff distances and conditions from the air. Float Ratings: The Float Rating consists of 2-3 hours of ground instruction per day along with 2 flights per day. Check ride is on the third day. Earn your Airplane Single Engine Sea Rating while exploring the added freedom of float flying. You will learn new skills while discovering the numerous lakes of the upper Susitna valley with Mount McKinley as a backdrop. Whether you will be vacationing in Alaska and just want an introductory lesson or if you desire complete pilot training, Above Alaska Aviation is your gateway to flying freedom! We look forward to flying with you! Above Alaska Aviation, LLC P.O. Box 821 Talkeetna, AK 99676 (907) 355-4808 www.abovealaska.com or fly [at] abovealaska.com


Seaplane USA
Company: Arnold L. Sperling
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Phone & Fax: 508 358 5707
Country: USA/Massachusetts/Wayland
Aircraft Types: all including A&S 18A
Information:

Fixed Wing Types: Airplane, Seaplane, single, multi, Helicopter, instrument


 

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