The primary vendor for the Jacksonville Flight School at FSU is Sunrise Aviation.

January 10, 2012 · Posted in Business 

The FAA has approved the use of Redbirt Advanced Aviation Training Devices, said a spokesperson for Sunrise Aviation today. Jacksonville’s Florida State College [FSCJ] offers FAA approved courses. The recent acquisition of four Redbird LD AATD’s was made by Florida State College at Jacksonville was for the use of their students. Based at Cecil Airport, Sunrise Aviation are contractors that specialise in flight training for Florida State College.

Sunrise Aviation will utilize the Redbird AATDs in all of their approved pilot training courses such as: the private pilot; instrument rating;commercial pilot; and multi-engine rating. Training devices are a great deal for college students because they save money, improve learning and ensure safety.

Jacksonville is proud to have the Florida State College which has the four Redbird LD simulation devices in their State of the Art Flight Simulation Lab located in Aviation Center of Excellence at Cecil Center. Florida State College at Jacksonville has also made available in their in Flight Simulation Lab, an advanced Flight Training Device for turbo-prop pilot training and another AATD for training pilots that use the Garmin G-1000 glass cockpit, along with their three other training devices.

The Redbird LD has amazing wrap-around visuals and flight controls with realistic feedback. There are two Redbird LDs that are configured as two Piper Arrows and as Cessna 72 Skyhawks. With the installation of both the G530 and G430 all the four simulation devices are included in Garmin GPS avionics. Sunrise Aviation and Florida State College at Jacksonville have purchased the best equipment providing students the best possible learning and flying experience.

As of September 2011, Florida State College has hired Sunrise Aviation to provide pilot training classes to their students in the Jacksonville area. Aside from the Associate Degree in Professional Pilot Technology offered by Florida State College at Jacksonville, they now offer several bachelor’s degrees as well. It’s status as a public institution makes it possible for Jacksonville’s Florida State College to offer pilot training to students at a reasonable cost.

Many of Florida State College at Jacksonville’s students take advantage of VA benefits, Florida’s Bright Futures program, or other State and Federal Government aid programs that make the pilot training program, one of the most economical options for Florida residents. Aviation programs have been available through Florida State College at Jacksonville for over 20 years with pilot training provided for close to 10 years.

Ready to serve the college students of Florida State College at Jacksonville the Sunrise Aviation has aircrafts and staff based at the Cecil Airport. The combination of an excellent location for flight training and the combination of college, Sunrise Aviation and Cecil Airport makes for one of the best places to learn how to fly in Florida.

Since 1983, Sunrise Aviation has maintained continuous business with their main base at the Ormond Beach Municipal Airport in Florida. Last month, the FAA approved a satellite at Cecil Airport in Jacksonville, Florida. The school currently offers training in Cessna 152s and Cessna 172s at the Jacksonville satellite. Jacksonville is the very best place to learn to fly in Florida now that Sunrise Aviation has a satellite at Cecil airport!

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