CalAir Creates Carbon-Neutral Flight Training in LA Area
Tuesday, 29 November 2011
If you live in the south bay area of Los Angeles and have been thinking about private aircraft pilot training, you’re in luck. CalAir Aviation is south bay’s finest flight training center and rental facility, located at Torrance Airport behind South Bay Aviation, and specializing in the innovative, safe, and technologically advanced Cirrus Aircraft. Training is offered for a variety of ratings and certificates, as well as Cirrus transition courses. Whether you’re starting out at zero time, or an advanced pilot looking to hone your skills, CalAir will help with up-to-procedures, innovative techniques, and the kind patience that every student deserves. At the heart of the facility is a student center with LA’s only Cirrus specific simulator and resources that welcome students and encourage them to take an interactive approach in flight training. The CalAir instructional staff has years of experience in Cirrus and has the patience and perseverance to work with any student on any topic and through any plateau. Founder Jonathan Lucas developed a love for flying from his grandfather, a retired bird colonial from the U.S Air Force. After graduating high school, Jonathan joined the California Air National Guard and served 6 years as an Air Transport Journeymen with the 146th Airlift Wing located at Point Mugu. When he completed his CA National Guard service, Jonathan was approved to attend the Delta Connection Academy in Florida and was one of the first students to complete the newly implemented scenario based FAA FITS Private-Instrument combined and commercial syllabus. He returned to California and worked for a flight school in the LA area for a couple of years, honing and developing his teaching style and technique.
CalAir Aviation offers a full range of training programs, including private, instrument, commercial, CFII, and VFR/IFR Cirrus transition courses. The Cirrus Aircraft used by Cal Air Aviation is known as the most technologically advanced general aviation aircraft in the market. And CalAir has taken the step to create a flight emissions offsetting program with Carbonfund.org, so that all pilot and student flights are fully offset through donations to Carbonfund.org to support our mission and our projects. “In our business, it’s hard to find where you can “cut back” or even be that much more environmental friendly. With the advancement of low lead fuels or alternate fuel sources for general aviation aircraft, we’re hopeful that more “tools” will come our way. The next best thing we’ve found thus far has been being able offset our consumption,” says CalAir founder Jonathan Lucas.
To learn more about how CalAir can help you achieve your dreams of flying, please click here.