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A lot has changed for the Warsaw Flying Club and we are so excited about the new additions, positions, and people that are learning to fly with us!

A lot has changed for the Warsaw Flying Club and we are so excited about the new additions, positions, and people that are learning to fly with us! 2013 was a great year for the Warsaw Flying Club! We introduced many first-time flyers to the club through our Discovery Flights and were able to present 2 aviators with their Private Pilot’s License after hours of flight training and time in the sky.

One of our biggest accomplishments of 2013 was the arrival of the club’s newest aircraft, a Cessna 172. This beautiful bird made it’s way to the Club all the way from Bozeman, Montana in October with the help of Chief Flight Instructor Jon Fussle, fellow Club Member David Stackhouse, and Student Pilot turned Private Pilot, Param (nicknamed P-Factor) Sawhney . Together, the trio set off for their adventure to bring this plane home, flying over Yellowstone National Park, the Rocky Mountains, and the plains of Nebraska, Iowa, and Illinois. P-Factor was able to gain incredible experience in a wide range of weather conditions, receive day and night flight time for his log-book, and landed safe and smooth back at ASW to complete the trip.

This new addition to the Club is the most successful mass-produced light aircraft in history and compliments the Warsaw Flying Club perfectly.  The Cessna 172 is particularly desirable for training instrument pilots, long-distance travel, and sightseeing. Since it’s arrival to the Club, we have had the pleasure to utilize it for the instruction and adventures of our Young Guns program, as well as training both private and instrument pilots.

We invite you to stop out any time to take a look at our newest Club “member”. Join us at our monthly Wings Night, 7pm, March 18 at the Warsaw Bennigan’s to hear more about this cross-country flight to bring the 172 home. Click here for details on rates for this aircraft, or to schedule your check-out or instrument training, call us at (888) 566-3877.

 

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