Thu, Apr 09, 2009
HPN-Based School Offers Training, Rental Of SR22s
On Saturday, April 11 from 10am-3pm,
Performance Flight in White Plains, NY will host an Open House,
welcoming anyone interested in learning to fly, purchasing an
aircraft, or booking charter services.
On display will be the newest from Cirrus Aircraft, Piper,
Socata, and Avidyne. There will also be displays from Benzel-Busch
Mercedes featuring the AMG series.
Performance Flight has been recognized for its comprehensive
flight training program, offering instructors who boast -- on
average -- 4,500 hours of piloting experience.
"We offer a unique program using the best aircraft and the most
qualified pilots," said Lewis Liebert, President & CEO.
The Frasca-built Performance Flight simulator, one of only a few
in the world, will also be open to all attendees. Guests can enjoy
a free simulator flight and get a taste of what it's like to fly a
real Cirrus SR22. There will also be several aircraft on display
with representatives from the manufacturers to explain the planes
The event will be held at the newly renovated Million Air
terminal located at Westchester County Airport (HPN) just 30
minutes outside Manhattan.
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