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Flight Training

Flight training is a course of study used when learning to pilot an aircraft. The overall purpose of primary and intermediate flight training is the acquisition and honing of basic airmanship skills.

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Takuya Onishi
... He completed two years of basic flight training in Bakersfield, California and one year of advanced flight training in Tokyo ... in April 2009, he attended the ISS Astronaut Basic Training domestic program at Tsukuba Space Center in Japan ... currently participating in Astronaut Candidate Training which includes scientific and technical briefings, intensive instruction in ISS systems, Extravehicular Activity (EVA), robotics ...
Sharp Airlines - Fleet
... Total Passengers Notes Cessna 3 ... Predominantly used for flight training purposes ... Cessna 3 ... Predominantly used for flight training purposes ... Piper PA-34-220T Seneca IV 5 ... Used for flight training and charter ...
Salem Airport (India) - Flight Training and Pilot Training Centres
... conditions prevailing at Salem Airport is highly suitable for flight Training ... available here, it is an ideal training airport and base for aspiring pilots ... The reputed air charter operator based in Salem (Salem Air) has started pilot training services ...
Civil Aviation Flight University Of China - History
... City, Sichuan Province, CAFUC, covering a total area of over 15500mu, has four flight training sub-colleges in Xinjin, Guanghan, Luoyang and Mianyang and ... Civil Aviation Flight University of China is the only full-time regular institution of higher education mainly for civil aviation pilots,as well as the ... In 1989 the college expanded its flight training fleet, importing 20 SOCATA TB-20 aircraft powered by Lycoming 6-cylinder IO-540 engines ...

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