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Congratulations Noah Van Lannen!

»Posted by on Dec 23, 2014 in Blog | Comments Off on Congratulations Noah Van Lannen!

Congratulations Noah Van Lannen!

Noah aced his Checkride this month!  A Checkride is a Practical Test to receive your Aircraft Pilot’s Certification. Congratulations!

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CAVU is FAA Approved Part 141

»Posted by on Oct 23, 2014 in Blog | Comments Off on CAVU is FAA Approved Part 141

CAVU is FAA Approved Part 141

CAVU Flight Academies of Green Bay and Manitowoc are proud to announce that we are now certified to offer our students an FAA Approved Part 141 Private Pilot Training Program. Our students can now take advantage of a fast paced, fully structured training environment to suit career-oriented students. The FAA approved training curriculum is individually reviewed and approved by the FAA. CAVU will remain a FAR Part 61 and will continue to structure training around our students schedule. CAVU is one of the few school to offer this FAA approved program. We have two flight school locations: Green Bay in Executive Air Buildings at Austin Straubel Airport and Manitowoc at the Manitowoc County Airport. For more information contact Dr. Sherwood Williams (920) 405-0506....

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“I PASSED MY COMMERCIAL MULTI ADDON”

»Posted by on Sep 22, 2014 in Blog | Comments Off on “I PASSED MY COMMERCIAL MULTI ADDON”

“I PASSED MY COMMERCIAL MULTI ADDON”

James Emmerich an instructor at CAVU.

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Aviation course takes off at UWGB

»Posted by on Feb 6, 2013 in Blog | Comments Off on Aviation course takes off at UWGB

UW-Green Bay Outreach Program is inviting the public and their students to participate in the aviation program and reach for the skies. The university is expanding it’s community courses to include classes that offer students lessons in Areospace education. The new class will give basic instruction in aerodynamics as well as classroom training using a flight simulator. The course will be instructed by Dr. Sherwood Williams, owner of CAVU Flight Academy at Executive Air. The lessons will be held at Austin Straubel International Airport. The opportunity for students to learn if a career in aviation is right them could come at a better time because the industry expects a shortage of pilots in the near future. “The airline industry has a lot of pilots...

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