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Wed, Jul 19, 2006

AirShares Elite New England Launches Training Programs

Recurrent, Instructor Courses Offered

AirShares Elite New England told Aero-News recently about new training programs for pilots in the AirShares Elite shared ownership program. Led by Neil Singer -- a 5,000+ hour Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) and Gold Seal and Master Certificated Flight Instructor (CFI) with expertise in Technically Advanced Aircraft training -- the programs will include safety seminars, instructor standardization and expanded ground and flight instruction.

The new programs, which build on AirShares Elite’s existing FAA-Industry Training Standards (FITS) pilot training courses, are designed to increase pilot safety, confidence and proficiency. The new safety seminar series will cover practical flying subjects exclusively for AirShares Elite pilots. Additional safety seminars will be open to all pilots and the general public. Instructor standardization will help ensure training consistency for AirShares Elite CFIs.

"The new training programs are part of the AirShares Elite focus on safety and on continuing to increase the already exceptional level of value that our owner-pilots receive from the program," said Brad Rosse, regional director for AirShares Elite. "AirShares Elite pilots will benefit from Neil’s TAA expertise, airline background, outstanding instruction credentials and experience in more than 50 different types of aircraft."

AirShares Elite New England reports it is also evaluating several turbine-powered aircraft -- including very light jets (VLJs) -- to add to the shared ownership program. Singer and AirShares Elite New England expect to work together to develop a turbine transition training program for high-altitude, pressurized, turbine-powered aircraft operations.

"AirShares Elite is expanding its already excellent pilot training with the new flight and ground instruction programs," said Neil Singer. "The new programs are a tremendous resource for owner-pilots to improve their flying skills and confidence. The training programs really underscore AirShares commitment to safety and value."

Based at the Hanscom Airport (BED) in Bedford, MA, AirShares Elite New England serves pilots in New England and in south Florida.

FMI: www.airshareselite.com, www.njsflight.com

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