Come and see the exciting new Cessna Skycatcher this weekend...

See the all new Cessna Skycatcher (C-162) this weekend at Exclusive Aviation (18 & 19 September) ...
Sept. 15, 2010 - PRLog -- Well worth the wait, the all new Cessna C-162 Skycatcher [] thoroughly captures the best of what it is to be an LSA (Light Sport Aircraft), while maintaining the uncompromising quality, outstanding stability, control profiles, and value that have characterized Cessna's entry-level offerings for decades. Sleek and efficient, the Skycatcher promises to be a perfect fit for flight training. So much so, that we have placed orders for several Skycatchers to add to our flight line. Please drop by our hangar this weekend (18 & 19 September) and have a look at an all-new Skycatcher.

Saturday, 18 Sep, 1 pm - 4 pm
Sunday, 19 Sep, 1 pm - 4 pm
Downtown Saint Paul Airport -- KSTP
Hangar # 607
607 Eaton Street
Saint Paul, MN 55107

The Skycatcher is definitely a "best-of'class" aircraft that strikes an impressive balance of innovation, state-of-the-art technology, and classic good looks. The new Technically Advanced (TAA) Garmin G300 avionics set a new, and unrivaled, standard for LSA. The roomy 44-inch wide cabin, spectacular visibility, and ergonomic seats, and unique under-panel center stick control, promise a capable, fun, and comfortable experience for any student looking to accomplish their dream of flying.

Curious? --- Please drop by this weekend and have a look for yourself.

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Exclusive Flight School uses an instructor-mentored, computer-based, system for all training. Cessna-approved ground school and flying lessons are integrated to help you really understand the information. Learn in all-new technically advanced aircraft.
Source:Devan Shepherd, Chief Flight Instructor
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Phone:(651) 450-6200
Tags:Flight Training, Cessna Skycatcher, C162, Taa, Technically Advanced Aircraft
Industry:Aerospace, Education, Transportation
Location:St. Paul - Minnesota - United States
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