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Contact Person: Taylor Albrecht, Business Development Manager
Company Name: Independence Aviation LLC
Telephone Number: 303.858.1600
Fax Number: 303.858.1602
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Web site address: http://www.flywithia.com
IA RECOGNIZED FOR TRAINING EXCELLENCE
Englewood, Colorado, January 11, 2017— Independence Aviation LLC (IA), based at Centennial Airport (KAPA) in Englewood, Colorado, has received the Cirrus Training Center of the Year award by Cirrus Aircraft.
The announcement was made at the Cirrus CX Symposium in Knoxville, Tennessee where aviation educators dedicated to Cirrus Aircraft meet with the leaders of the company to discuss future direction.
“From our founding in 2007 we have recognized Cirrus Aircraft as the future of single-engine general aviation’s success. They’ve designed innovative aircraft that are meant to take people places in comfort and safety,” said Bob Stedman, co-founder and President of IA. “It is nice to be recognized by the company for our efforts to further this mission.
In addition to the award, managers of IA including Bob, Rhett Kamm (General Manager) and Chuck Gensler (co-founder and Chief Flight Instructor Emeritus) were treated to a flight in the VisionJet, Cirrus’ recently-certified single-engine personal jet. “It was a thrill to be at the controls of this ‘game changing’ aircraft for the first time,” said Stedman.
About Independence Aviation
Independence Aviation (IA) provides aircraft rentals, aviation instruction and pilot mentoring programs, plus aircraft and hangar management. Founded in 2007 by two veteran Certified Flight Instructors, the firm is guided by a philosophy that relationship-based flight instruction produces superior private pilots. Key elements of IA’s approach are to teach students in airplanes they’d be willing to fly cross-country, and mentor them as they evolve to aircraft that fly faster and higher. All IA planes are used for instruction and rentals to qualified pilots. The entire fleet is equipped with modern avionics and current databases, and each aircraft is impeccably maintained in both mechanical operations and appearance.
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