A reminder that Pro-Sky of Maryborough - in conjunction with the Gladstone Aero Club - will again be offering quality yet affordable flight training out of Gladstone Airport this weekend. It appears that the need for this type of high quality flight training in the Gladstone region has seen most days of operations be quite popular, with most time slots booked out for one of the various training services.
- Trial Instructional Flights
- Courses to RAAus Certification
- RAAus Biennial Flight Reviews
- RAAus Passenger Endorsements
- RAAus X-country Endorsements
- GA to RAAus Conversions
Flight training is usually undertaken in an almost new Evektor Sportstar registered 24-8995. The Sportstar will also be available for hire when not in use for training.
During one recent weekend of training, the Sportstar was joined by Pro-Sky's Skyleader 500 registered 24-8373. This sleek looking training aircraft is reportedly be the only example of its kind currently in Australia.
24-8373 is again a new aircraft and will be used for training at the two flying schools, supplementing Sportstar 24-8995 at Gladstone Airport when demand dictates.
This Saturday 21 September, the Gladstone Aero Club will also be holding a BBQ at lunchtime. As usual, they will have steak sandwiches and a sausage sizzle available, as well as cold drinks. The Aero Club BBQ's are the club’s only form of fundraising and members come along and support the club.
For any further information about the Gladstone Aero Club, or flying training at Gladstone Airport with Pro-Sky, the Gladstone Aero Club Secretary Mick Ryan can be contacted via: Mobile telephone 0419 123 933 or via Email at email@example.com or alternatively by visiting the Gladstone Aero Club website http://www.gladstoneaeroclub.com/ .
Additionally, further information about Pro-Sky can be obtained by visiting the groups' website http://www.pro-sky.com.au/ .