Thu, May 13, 2004
Five Going To Theorie Training Center In Bonn
Cessna Aircraft Company will deliver
a fleet of five Cessna 172R Skyhawks to Theorie Training Center
(TTC) located in Bonn, Germany. The aircraft will be
delivered in late May and will be used to provide flight training
for students pursuing their private pilot and instrument license.
TTC has been using Cessna airplanes to teach people to fly for the
past 15 years.
"People in Europe love to use Cessnas as their training airplane
because they like their reputation, comfort, and excellent safety
record," said Pana Poulios, Cessna's European Regional Sales
Manager. "The 172 is very forgiving of student pilots' mistakes,
which is a mandatory characteristic for flight training aircraft.
European customers repeatedly say they want to purchase the best
airplane from the best manufacturer, so they evaluate their options
and repeatedly choose Cessna."
Recognized as the safest and most popular aircraft in the world,
Cessna has delivered over 35,000 model 172s. Cessna's 172R
Skyhawk cruises at 122 kts, has seating for four passengers, and a
Bendix-King avionics package with the most advanced, fully capable
suite of equipment ever assembled in this category of
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