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AEROCOR Celebrates 50th Type Rating and 100th Eclipse Training

Eclipse Jets Keep Racking Up Hours And Need Trained Pilots To Fly Them...

Vern Raburn's Eclipse light jets keep flying up a storm and the need for flight training continues.

AEROCOR, a leading provider of Eclipse Flight Training, has announced they have 'out done themselves' by surpassing their performance predictions for a second year in a row.

Jens Personius, Manager of AEROCOR’s Eclipse training program states, “based on the program’s growth by Q4 of 2020, we projected the completion of three Eclipse training events per month moving forward” and Jens also added “Over the last two years, we have averaged a successful completion rate of 4 training events per month”.

In 2022, AEROCOR celebrated the successful completion of its 50th initial type rating and 100th Eclipse recurrent training events. This milestone marks an achievement for the company and demonstrates their commitment to providing exceptional customer service and quality training programs. AEROCOR plans to continue expanding operations by expanding its training staff and introducing updated training materials.

With their ongoing success and growth AEROCOR is looking to become an integral part of the Eclipse community and light jet space in the coming years.



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