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Old June 22nd 05, 08:02 PM
gregg
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Hi all,

I'm in the midst of selecting a school for aerobatic training. I live in
Massachusetts.

So far I've found two to look further into and I was wondering if anyone
had any experience with these folks:

1) Executive Flyers Aviation - they work out of Hanscom

2) Aerial Advantage Aviation, LLC - out of Nashua, NH 03063

Aerial Advantage has an advantage (no pun intended) in that they have a
basic and advanced aerobatic course and the advanced uses a Pitts S-2C.

If anyone has any experiences with either or both of these outfits I'd
appreciate any input.

thanks


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Old June 29th 05, 08:53 PM
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I would recommend Executive Flyers. I've known Mike Goulian for years
and know he runs a great school.

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Old June 29th 05, 11:11 PM
gregg
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chixfly2 wrote:

I would recommend Executive Flyers. I've known Mike Goulian for years
and know he runs a great school.



Thanks for the recommendation, chix

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Replicas of 15th-19th century nautical navigational instruments:

http://home.comcast.net/~saville/backstaffhome.html

Restoration of my 82 year old Herreshoff S-Boat sailboat:

http://home.comcast.net/~saville/SBOATrestore.htm

Steambending FAQ with photos:

http://home.comcast.net/~saville/Steambend.htm

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Old June 30th 05, 03:52 AM
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I'll second the recommendation for EFA, but Rob Holland also runs a
great a school up at Nashua. They're the flight schools I've trained
at. Of course, I am biased towards Rob's - where else in the
Northeast can you learn in a Pitts S-2C?

Making that possible for myself and others was why I bought it in the
first place. :-)

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Old December 31st 05, 04:30 AM posted to rec.aviation.aerobatics
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I don't think you could go wrong with either one.

Rob brought a bunch of pilots down to my chapter's competition, and they all
performed well.

Although I don't know Mike, his reputation is excellent.

Have a great time,


"gregg" wrote in message
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Hi all,

I'm in the midst of selecting a school for aerobatic training. I live in
Massachusetts.

So far I've found two to look further into and I was wondering if anyone
had any experience with these folks:

1) Executive Flyers Aviation - they work out of Hanscom

2) Aerial Advantage Aviation, LLC - out of Nashua, NH 03063

Aerial Advantage has an advantage (no pun intended) in that they have a
basic and advanced aerobatic course and the advanced uses a Pitts S-2C.

If anyone has any experiences with either or both of these outfits I'd
appreciate any input.

thanks


--
Saville

Replicas of 15th-19th century nautical navigational instruments:

http://home.comcast.net/~saville/backstaffhome.html

Restoration of my 82 year old Herreshoff S-Boat sailboat:

http://home.comcast.net/~saville/SBOATrestore.htm

Steambending FAQ with photos:

http://home.comcast.net/~saville/Steambend.htm



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Old December 31st 05, 05:06 PM posted to rec.aviation.aerobatics
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6Gk,

Thanks for the info!

Happy new Year.



6Gk wrote:

I don't think you could go wrong with either one.

Rob brought a bunch of pilots down to my chapter's competition, and they
all performed well.

Although I don't know Mike, his reputation is excellent.

Have a great time,


"gregg" wrote in message
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Hi all,

I'm in the midst of selecting a school for aerobatic training. I live in
Massachusetts.

So far I've found two to look further into and I was wondering if anyone
had any experience with these folks:

1) Executive Flyers Aviation - they work out of Hanscom

2) Aerial Advantage Aviation, LLC - out of Nashua, NH 03063

Aerial Advantage has an advantage (no pun intended) in that they have a
basic and advanced aerobatic course and the advanced uses a Pitts S-2C.

If anyone has any experiences with either or both of these outfits I'd
appreciate any input.

thanks


--
Saville


 




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