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About FlyGuyPrc

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    Prescott, AZ.
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    Helicopters, Airplanes, flight training.
  1. Agree with Newcombhigh on the importance of high altitude mountain experience. If anyone wants to know more about high altitude flying, contact one of our flight instructors: www.guidance.aero
  2. Just to recap this conversation as it relates to Chapter 33 Heli Schools: Through its partnership with Yavapai College (VA Chapter 33 Benefits approved), you can acquire your Associate of Applied Science Degree (AAS), Professional Pilot, Helicopters while flight training at Guidance Aviation of Prescott, Arizona. Prescott is a great place to training because it is in a high altitude environment and the weather is perfect with four seasons providing you a number of weather scenarios to learn in. Guidance is a FAA approved, Part 141 high altitude helicopter flight training facility. For more info, check out: www.guidance.aero and ASK TO TALK TO BOTH STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS!
  3. You may also want to check out Guidance Aviation. Their faculty has a strong academic background, very new and well maintained equipment, great reputation and it is Part 141 high altitude helicopter training. You can view testimonials of students at www.guidance.aero/guidance-aviation-tv Best of luck to you.
  4. Selected pilots of Guidance Aviation of Prescott, Arizona received the Oath of Office from Sheriff Scott Mascher of the Yavapai County Sheriff's office in June 2012. The Guidance pilots will be acting as Search and Rescue pilots for the Sheriff's office when called upon. Full press release and pics can be viewed at: http://www.ycsoaz.gov/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/070912-Guidance-Pilot-Swear-In.pdf
  5. Contact one of the students and one of the instructor pilots at Guidance Aviation. There are many valid points in this thread, but I am certain hearing the lessons learned and experience acquired while training at high altitude may make your decision easier. Contact Robert in student services at robert@guidance.aero and ask him to arrange a phone conversation with both a student and an instructor pilot. Hope this helps your decision making process.
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