SkyCatcher Is Coming To Gainesville August 8th

SkyCatcherThe new light sport SkyCatcher is coming to Gainesville!  The newest member of the Cessna Single-engine family will be on display at Lanier Flight Center, Sunday, August 8, 2010. Read more

SkyCatcher, Learn To Fly For Less

Flying Magazine - SkycatcherThe Cessna SkyCatcher was featured in the December issue of Flying Magazine for it’s best attribute…affordable flying. With the SkyCatcher, you can learn to fly for less in a well-equipped, modern aircraft. The Cessna 162 SkyCatcher is a two seat Light Sport Airplane with a max takeoff weight of 1320 lb, a cruise of about 100 knots, and a starting price of only $112,250. Read more

EAA Cracker Fly-In Saturday, 7/10/2010

EAA Cracker Fly-InMark your aviation calenders, Saturday, July 10, 2010, for the 42nd Annual Cracker Fly-in right here at Gainesville Lee Gilmer Memorial Airport, KGVL in Gainesville, GA.  The day will start bright and early at  7:30 am with the famous pancake breakfast with lunch by Brad’s Grill and concessions throughout the day! Read more

Doug Olson – Private Pilot Certificate

Private Pilot Doug OlsonDr. Doug Olson hit the nail on the head, June 21st with examiner Bob Howell.  Doug filled the day’s prescription perfectly earning his Private Pilot certificate.  Way to go!

Doug started flying with us in February and really progressed thru the Cessna Private Training process quickly.  His professional Certified Flight Instructor, Derek Metro really enjoyed working with him.

And, Doug is excited about starting instrument training in the near future. If you want to learn more about our Atlanta Flight School and how you can learn to fly, contact Lanier Flight Center today.

Kevin Blasé – First Solo

First Solo - Kevin BlaseKevin Blasé took to the skies as pilot in command to successfully complete his first Solo on Friday, June 4, 2010.  This is an outstanding accomplishment and a proud moment for his instructor, Bill Shuford. Read more

Mark Sulimirski – Instrument Pilot

Mark-MetroCaptain Mark Sulimirski wowed the aviation community on 6/11/10 by getting a well-deserved instrument rating add-on to his private pilot certificate.

Instructor Derek Metro could not be more proud.  Mark switched from the Nav II to the G1000 Nav II avionics and loved getting his instrument rating in that aircraft. Read more