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Middle Georgia State University Gets Two Cabri G2

Middle Georgia State University displays one of their new Guimbal Cabri G2 helicopters at Heli-Expo in Dallas, Texas. Precision Helicopters is North America distributor
  Heli-Expo 2017

Middle Georgia State University displays one of their new Guimbal Cabri G2 helicopters at Heli-Expo in Dallas, Texas. Precision Helicopters is North America distributor

Precision Aviation Group, March 09, 2017 - Middle Georgia State University proudly displays one of their new Guimbal Cabri G2s at Heli-Expo in Dallas, Texas.

Precision Aviation Training of Newberg, Oregon recently completed the University’s training in Eastman, Georgia, bringing their flight instructors up to speed on the aircraft’s technology and handling characteristics.

Last year at HAI the college identified the aircraft as a contender to replace its fleet of Schweizer 300Cs. Through a process of elimination and after carefully evaluating the other aircraft in its class the college voted to move forward with acquiring the Cabri and signed the contract with the USA distributor, Precision.

Helicopteres Guimbal and Precision worked closely to ensure the aircrafts configuration was optomized to meet the college’s expectations.

“We chose the Cabri for its modern technology, ease of maintenance, and safety features. We hope it allows us to continue our immaculate safety record and increases our fleet up time,” says Robert Hobbs whom is their Floor Maintenance Supervisor.

Middle Georgia State University covets their 20 year accident-free training operations. The college operates a fleet of 25 Piper airplanes including Warriors, Archers, Arrows, Seminoles and a Citabria. The helicopter fleet is now comprised of 2 Guimbal Cabri G2’s, 3 Schweizer 300 CBi’s, and 1 Robinson R44. Both, fixed-wing and rotary-wing, fleets have aircraft with glass cockpit technology.

Kyle Collins, the college’s Helicopter Chief Pilot just completed his training with Precision’s Director of Flight Training, Nigel Cooper and states ; ”The training went great. Precision and Nigel went above and beyond to ensure MGA was set up for success. Bruno Guimbal, thank you for making this helicopter!”

Visit the Guimbal / Precision booth at HAI, booth 7123.

About Precision Aircraft Training LLC: Precision Aviation Training LLC, located in Newberg, Oregon, and its affiliates started providing aviation services in 1983. Since this time the company has become a respected aviation training, maintenance, and operations company. Precision provides an array of services to both the private and public sectors. Precision holds Part 133, 137, 135, 141 and 145 certificates. In 2014 Precision partnered with Helicopteres Guimbal to introduce the Cabri G2 to the USA market.

About Middle Georgia State University: The School of Aviation is housed on the University’s Eastman Campus located on the Heart of Georgia Regional Airport (KEZM). The Flight Department is the state of Georgia’s only state funded collegiate flight program. It offers the training necessary to complete certificate programs, both in fixed-wing (airplane) and rotary-wing (helicopter) aircraft. Graduates possess the skills to succeed as aviators, managers, and leaders in the aviation industry. The Flight Department also supports the Department of Aviation Science and Management by offering flight training necessary to complete the Bachelor of Science in Aviation Science and Management with a track in Professional Flight.

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