PRLog - Sep. 7, 2010 - ORMOND BEACH, Fla. -- Ormond Beach, Florida. On September 1st, Sunrise Aviation, a flight school in Florida, announced that their first student from Mongolia had completed his FAA Commercial Pilot License. Gantulga Erdenebileg, a citizen of Mongolia, completed the final portion of his training, a multi-engine rating, in record time. Before returning to Mongolia early in October, Erdenebileg will do advanced training on glass-cockpit aircraft and become a certified ground instructor.
Gantulga Erdenebileg (left) receives new FAA commercial pilot license
Erdenebileg had a master’s degree and was a college professor before coming to the USA to pursue his dream of being an airline pilot. His father and grandfather were both captains for Mongolian Airlines. When Erdenebileg returns to Mongolia, he hopes to be hired as a first officer by Mongolian Airlines and follow in the footsteps of his father and grandfather. Erdenebileg also left his own family behind including wife and young baby to pursue his dream of becoming a commercial pilot so he is anxious to return to Mongolia.
Erdenebileg started his pilot training at another flight school in Florida and then transferred to Sunrise Aviation in Ormond Beach. He stated the following: "For anyone who wants to become a professional pilot, choosing a professional flight school is one of the most important decisions in his or her new career. Your flight training needs to be professional, safe, consistent, and as cost effective as possible."
Sunrise Aviation in Ormond Beach, Florida has been training pilots since 1983. They have enrolled students from over 30 countries. In addition to Mongolia, students enrolled at Sunrise Aviation currently come from India, Tunisia, Bahamas, Brazil, Colombia, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Syria, Libya, Tanzania, France, Bahrain, Egypt, Israel, Canada, Portugal, Spain, Turkey, Qatar, and Sri Lanka.
Sunrise Aviation has over 40 aircraft and conducts professional pilot training for airline pilots as well as training for individual pilot and flight instructor ratings. They are approved by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration as a Pilot School under Part 141 of the Federal Aviation Regulations and approved by the U.S. government to accept foreign students under the M-1 student visa program. For more information, prospective students may contact Sunrise Aviation at +1-386-677-5724 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can find Sunrise Aviation on the internet at: http://www.flysunriseaviation.com.
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