Sino Swearingen has received FAA authorization to conduct in-house

October 2006
Business & Commercial Aviation;Oct2006, Vol. 99 Issue 4, p29
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The article reports that Sino Swearingen has received authorization from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration to conduct in-house flight training for customers seeking SJ30 type ratings. The course consists of a minimum of 48 hours of classroom instruction and up to 26 hours of flight training. The first customers will train in an aircraft provided by the company.


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