FSANA will hold its 13th Annual International Flight School Operators Conference and trade show back in famous Las Vegas, Nevada. The conference will have multiple education tracks designed to meet the increasing demand for added content for the providers of flight training across the country.
Figure 1- FSANA 2022 poster.
Through FSANA, the flight training industry has a voice which clearly represents the core foundation of the flight training segment within the aviation industry.
FSANA identifies and establishes programs that are intended to help both new and existing flight schools as they deal with the multitude of work-scope issues they face on a daily basis.
VirtualFly North America has always had a presence with a flight simulator in the show floor. This year is extra special, as we will have a certified SOLO PRO G1 AATD for attendees to try and we will be joined by a special guest, Chris Palmer from Angle of Attack, who is going to be present in the booth all the way from Homer (Alaska) answering questions and participating in panel talks. Chris will be creating some amazing video content with our simulator during 2022.
Figure 2- Virtual Fly’s SOLO PRO G1 AATD simulator.
The SOLO PRO G1 will be added to his flight school to help students in their flight training as a C172/182 G1000 replica complete cockpit. Our company has come a long way since our first steps into the North America market delivering equipment to big education institutions in the US such as Middle Tennessee State University, Mercer County Community College, Hawaii University, Cypress College and several part 61 and 141 flight schools in the country. Don’t miss us in the booth from 16th to 18th February at Bally’s.
Figure 3. FSANA 2022 Conference hotel – Bally’s Las Vegas.Share Article