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By Patrick Murphy
Two graduates of the Sunrise Aviation FAA Approved Instrument Rating Airplane course in Jacksonville, FL passed Practical Tests this week and received their FAA instrument ratings. The FSCJ students were Elliot Corderio and Vinhthuy (Moi) Hoang.

By Patrick Murphy, Director of Training
Hartwell (Neal) Moore, a student at Florida State College in Jacksonville, became the first student to receive a pilot certificate at the new Sunrise Aviation satellite in Jacksonville, Florida. Neal passed the FAA checkride for Flight Instructor.

By Patrick W. Murphy, Director of Training
Two students at Sunrise Aviation's Jacksonville satellite flight school successfully completed their first solo flights this week. The two students were Seth Van Buren and Mike Martin. Both students completed the flights in a Cessna 172.

By Patrick W. Murphy
Sunrise Aviation attended the Asian Pacific Airline Training Symposium (APATS) held in Bangkok, Thailand from September 20-21, 2011. Among the themes of APATS 2011 were global challenges for airline pilot training.

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By Patrick W. Murphy
Vinhthuy “Moi” Hoang successfully completed his flight test for the FAA issued Commercial Pilot Certificate. Just a few days earlier, he completed all of the requirements for the FAA approved Commercial Pilot Course at Sunrise Aviation.

By Patrick W. Murphy, Director of Training
On Sunday, January 22, students, faculty, and staff at Florida State College in Jacksonville flew from Cecil Airport in Jacksonville to Flagler Airport in Palm Coast, Florida. At least 21 people participated including at least 8 separate aircraft.

By Patrick W. Murphy
Recent reports from the FAA, ICAO, Airbus, Boeing, and university researchers indicate that demand for pilots will continue to increase and remain strong for at least the next two decades. The need for commercial pilots in the USA is 5,000 per yr.

By Patrick Murphy
Two graduates of the Sunrise Aviation FAA Approved Instrument Rating Airplane course in Jacksonville, FL passed Practical Tests this week and received their FAA instrument ratings. The FSCJ students were Elliot Corderio and Vinhthuy (Moi) Hoang.

By Patrick W. Murphy
The first student to complete a Sunrise Aviation FAA approved course at Jacksonville and to pass the FAA flight test is Carlos Peralta. On Monday, Dec. 26, Peralta passed his flight test for the addition of an instrument rating.

By Patrick W. Murphy
Sunrise Aviation has been chosen by Florida State College at Jacksonville as the exclusive flight training vendor for students at FSCJ. Flight students will receive training at Sunrise Aviation’s Cecil Airport satellite.

By Patrick Murphy, Director of Training
Hartwell (Neal) Moore, a student at Florida State College in Jacksonville, became the first student to receive a pilot certificate at the new Sunrise Aviation satellite in Jacksonville, Florida. Neal passed the FAA checkride for Flight Instructor.

By Patrick W. Murphy, Sunrise Aviation
Though it is difficult to decide what must be on a list of desired characteristics for a “best airport for flight training”, instructors and flight students can quickly list some of the worst. But Cecil Airport in Jacksonville is one of the best.

By Patrick W. Murphy, Director of Training
Sunrise Aviation will join Florida State College in Jacksonville celebrating 100 years of Naval Aviation at the NAS Jacksonville Airshow on November 5th and 6th.

By Patrick W. Murphy, Director of Training
Two students at Sunrise Aviation's Jacksonville satellite flight school successfully completed their first solo flights this week. The two students were Seth Van Buren and Mike Martin. Both students completed the flights in a Cessna 172.

By Patrick W. Murphy, Director of Training
Professor Justin Whitmer, an adjunct faculty member at Florida State College at Jacksonville, recently received his Airline Transport Pilot Certificate from the FAA. Sunrise Aviation provided the aircraft and training needed for that license.

By Sunrise Aviation
On Oct. 13, 2011, Gov. Rick Scott visited Cecil Airport (Jacksonville), Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ), and Sunrise Aviation emphasizing job creation. Sunrise Aviation is the new FSCJ flight training vendor at Cecil Airport.

By Patrick W. Murphy, Director of Training
Sunrise Aviation announced recently that the FAA has approved use of the Redbird Advanced Aviation Training Devices (AATDs) in their FAA approved courses given at the Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ). FSCJ recently acquired four AATDs.

By Patrick W. Murphy
Sunrise Aviation attended the Asian Pacific Airline Training Symposium (APATS) held in Bangkok, Thailand from September 20-21, 2011. Among the themes of APATS 2011 were global challenges for airline pilot training.

By Patrick W. Murphy
Sunrise Aviation announced today that they have hired Ralph Zahnle, Jr. as the Director of Operations for their new satellite base in Jacksonville, Florida. This base will provide pilot training for students at Florida State College at Jacksonville.

By Patrick W. Murphy, Director of Training
Sunrise Aviation announced today that two students from Nigeria had recently completed their Professional Pilot Course. Both 20 year old Adeola Ogunmola and 21 year old Okezie Mba completed their commercial pilot training this week.

By Patrick Murphy, Sunrise Aviation
Srinivasan Sundararajan has joined Sunrise Aviation, a flight school and FBO based in Ormond Beach, Florida, as ground instructor and recruiting consultant for India. He has over 40 years of experience in aviation including the Indian Air Force.

By Patrick W. Murphy, Sunrise Aviation
Sunrise Aviation, a pilot training academy based in Florida (USA), recently attended the APATS Ab-Initio and Evidence Based Training conference held in Hong Kong on March 8-10, 2011. APATS is the Asian Pacific Airline Training Symposium.

By Patrick W. Murphy, Sunrise Aviation
A recent graduate of Sunrise Aviation has completed his Airbus A320 type rating at Aerostar Training Services. Kienan Jabbour completed his FAA Commercial Pilot License in only 4 1/2 months and took less than 2 weeks more to pass the type rating.

By Patrick W. Murphy, Sunrise Aviation
Sunrise Aviation, a flight school and FBO located in Central Florida, announced that they are installing the Wi-Flight flight data monitoring system in their fleet of general aviation airplanes. Wi-Flight is an automated flight data capture system.

By Patrick W. Murphy, Sunrise Aviation
Sunrise Aviaton in Ormond Beach, Florida recently graduated a student who completed three FAA ratings in just three weeks!

By Patrick W. Murphy, Director of Training
Airbus has increased its company forecast for worldwide demand for passenger and cargo airliner purchases. Airbus now sees the demand for nearly 26,000 new passenger and cargo aircraft over the next 20 years.

By Sunrise Aviation, Ormond Beach, Florida
Sunrise Aviation, a flight school in Florida, announced today that they will attend the EATS 2010 conference in Istanbul on November 9th and 10th. EATS, the European Airline Training Symposium, will be held at the WOW Airport Hotel in Istanbul.

By Sunrise Aviation, Ormond Beach, Florida
Sunrise Aviation, a flight school in Florida, recently met with aviation industry leaders in Beijing and Inner Mongolia, China. Sunrise Aviation has enrolled students from around the world including Asia during the past 27 years.

By Patrick W. Murphy, Sunrise Aviation
Boeing has issued new forecasts for airliner purchases and pilot hiring. New forecasts have been issued covering all areas of the world including projections for strong growth in Asia with more modest growth forecast in North America and Africa.

By Sunrise Aviation
The sixth annual APATS conference was held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from September 14th - 15th. APATS is the Asia Pacific Airline Training Symposium. Patrick Murphy from Sunrise Aviation joined nearly 300 other delegates Asia and around the world.

By PATRICK W. MURPHY, SUNRISE AVIATION
Korean War Veteran, Gerry Nadeau, celebrated his 78th birthday by taking his first flight lesson at Ormond Beach Municipal Airport, Florida. Mr. Nadeau’s flight instructor was Will Shaw and the flight was conducted by Sunrise Aviation.

By Sunrise Aviation, Ormond Beach, Florida
Sunrise Aviation, a flight school in Central Florida, will be attending the 2010 APATS event in Kuala Lumpur next month on 14-15 September. The Asia Pacific Airline Training Symposium is Asia's #1 event of its type attracting many airlines.

By Patrick W. Murphy
This article provides information on the best factors to use when choosing a flight school. Stability, Safety, Cost, and Quality are discussed. Potential students are reminded to do as much research as possible to avoid making a costly mistake.

By Patrick W. Murphy
Sunrise Aviation, a flight school in Ormond Beach, Florida, is approved by the Republic of Panama to train pilots from that country.

By Patrick W. Murphy
You can’t really call him a “legacy”, but Teddy Simmons is the second student from the Bahamas to enroll in flight training at Sunrise Aviation in Ormond Beach, Florida. Teddy received his Private Pilot Certificate on Saturday, July 31st.

By Patrick W. Murphy
Student from Tunisia conducts his first solo flight in an airplane at Sunrise Aviation in Ormond Beach, Florida.

By Patrick W. Murphy
Sunrise Aviation, a flight school in Central Florida, announced today that they have a representative in Tunisia. Mohamed Bouzaiene is the new representative. Mohamed is a commercial pilot who completed his flight training in the USA.

By Patrick W. Murphy
The DGCA in India recently published changes to their CPL licensing regulations modifying and clarifying some aspects of the flight experience necessary to obtain a Commercial Pilot License with instrument rating.

By Patrick W. Murphy
Sunrise Aviation will meet with students in India interested in pursuing careers as pilots during a nine-day, six-city series of seminars in May.

By Patrick
Sunrise Aviation announced today that they have signed a cooperative agreement with Eagle Jet International of Miami, Florida that will allow flight students at Sunrise Aviation to enroll in Eagle Jet International’s time building programs.

By Patrick W. Murphy
Sunrise Aviation announced today that they have selected the European Pilot Selection & Training (EPST) system for testing the aptitude of current and future pilots. This partnership will allow Sunrise to deliver a state of the art selection system.



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