Experience Aviatour California Flight Center’s Grand Reopening Today

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Aspiring pilots, aviation enthusiasts and their family are invited to participate in Aviatour California Flight Center’s grand reopening beginning 5:30 p.m., today, Tuesday, April 5, 2011.

The event will feature a brand new Cessna Caravan for viewing courtesy of Pacific Air Center, plus the company’s fleet of late-model aircraft. Guests will be treated to authentic Mexican tacos, cervezas, music and fun! Discovery flights and other prizes will also be given away.

Participants can also visit the new pilot shop, meet the entire team and tour the facility and rental fleet. Staff members will be available to answer questions about becoming a pilot, renting or buying aircraft.

The celebration will be held today, Tuesday April, 5, 2011 beginning 5:30pmPST at 2601 E. Spring St., Long Beach, CA 90806

For more information, please call 562 490 2662 or RSVP to cfclgb@gmail.com.

About Aviatour California Flight Center
When it comes to flight training, there’s no substitute for learning from the best! Factory-trained instructors use proven teaching methodologies to instill the skills you need to become a proficient pilot.

Students fly late-model Cessna aircraft equipped with the latest Garmin G1000 avionics. In addition, the surrounding air space is one of the busiest in the nation, providing a great environment for pilots to hone their flying skills.

Aviatour California Flight Center offer’s private and commercial pilot certification courses on fixed-wing and rotary aircraft; instrument, multi-engine and flight instructor ratings. For advanced maneuvers, they also provide aerobatics training on our Alpha Robin aircraft.

Besides world-class training, other services provided include aircraft rental, aircraft sales, pilot supplies and refueling support.

Aviatour California Flight Center’s base of operations, Long Beach Airport, is the site of the world’s first flight school and home to Boeing’s C-17 production facilities.

It is approximately 20 miles south of Los Angeles International Airport and 12 miles from Disneyland and Knott’s Berry Farm.

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