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California Aeronautical University and MyGoFlight Partner Up To Support Students

MYGOFLIGHT Partnership Offers Improved Organization And Ease Of Use

MyGoFlight (MGF) and California Aeronautical University (CAU) have partnered up to provide CAU students aviator equipment to help make the cockpit safer and standardize the student pilot experience. Serving students from all over the country, CAU offers career-focused programs in aviation, aviation business, and aircraft maintenance. 

With on-airport locations throughout California and Arizona that provide an ideal learning environment, CAU courses are delivered in a year-round, fast-paced schedule that enables students to enter the pipeline for aviation careers in the shortest amount of time. Through the University's strong partnerships with airlines, influential aviation organizations, and leaders in the aviation community, CAU graduates become a part of a larger aviation network. 

MGF is the newest addition to their partnerships. The MGF products, including EFB mounts, flight bags, protective glass, and accessories, offer improved organization and ease of use while increasing safety and situational awareness and reducing workload. 

"As we continuously strive to improve the CAU experience, we're excited to team up with MyGoFlight to increase safety standards and the proficiency of our students," explained Matt Johnston, President of CAU. 

Johnston also states "When we met with MyGoFlight earlier this year, we knew that they shared the same high standards for safety and commitment to supporting new pilots. We're thankful for companies like MGF that can help us produce the next generation of aviation professionals," explained Johnston. 

While flight schools and universities have seen record levels of student enrollment due to the global pilot shortage, this strategic partnership exemplifies CAU and MGF's dedication to preparing the next generation of pilots and their commitment to safe operations.



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