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Revolution Aviation Adds Two R22 Helicopters


Revolution Aviation flight school at John Wayne Airport, Orange County, CA received two new R22 helicopters



Revolution Aviation Adds Two R22 Helicopters


Revolution Aviation, October 13, 2017 - The word is certainly spreading that learning to fly is a popular career choice, and students are jumping on board with confidence in their 100 percent graduate employment rate within the last 58 consecutive months straight.

Based at John Wayne Airport, offering helicopter and plane instruction, Revolution Aviation — better known as its popular U.S. registered trademark EatSleepFly — is gaining momentum training the future generation of pilots.

Within the last 30 days of flight school, Revolution Aviation has added two new R22 helicopters to its fleet in its usual bright colors, this time fluorescent green and a conservative black, and it has hired two new instructors to join the extraordinary team.

With the positive energy and thorough syllabus attracting new comers, this has meant potential students both domestic and international have decided to sign up for flight school.

The additional instructors are multilingual in Spanish and Chinese, so students can better understand systems in their native language.

Mark Robinson, chief executive officer of Revolution Aviation, says, “flight instruction remains one of the most enjoyable jobs in the aviation industry, and I think this vibe is rubbing off everywhere; you’re paid to meet new people, train them, go to various places and keep at the top of your skills by re-teaching yourself, over and over. We’re seeing instructors stay longer to get their ATP and become more competitive in the future.”

Looking forward, Revolution Aviation plans start a pilot shadow program for young adults to see daily activities.


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