It’s hard to believe that on December 17, 2016 we will be celebrating the 113th Anniversary of the first motorized flight at Kitty Hawk! That momentous flight took twelve seconds and covered a total of 120 feet - - meaning that the craft was flying at a whopping 10 feet a second! At the rate, a craft would travel approximately seven miles an hour! But, it didn’t take long for the Aviation World to surpass those lofty numbers. And, one of the members of the Aviation World to advance their field was the BOEING AIRPLANE COMPANY. Interestingly enough, 2016 marks the 100th anniversary of the firm’s inception. If you find that you refer to such things as rudder and yaw on a regular basis, you undoubtedly understand the importance of AVIATION HISTORY AND AIR 300 TRAINING!

"Understanding the growth of an industry helps us better understand our place in it," Dale Wolcott, President of TURBINE TRAINING in Manhattan, Kansas, shared more than a little philosophically.

When it comes to AVIATION FIRSTS AND CESSNA 208 TRAINING, those at the TURBINE TRAINING CENTER understand the importance of ensuring that they stay on the cutting edge of the Aviation Industry to allow you to accomplish your dreams and goals, while being as safe and efficient as possible, and staying on top of all Aviation Innovations! As one of the leading cessna training centers in the country, TURBINE TRAINING features both Initial and Recurrent Training for Cessna Caravan, Cessna 208 training; King Air 90 Training, King Air 200 Training and King Air 300 Training. If you have any questions about the process for receiving TRAINING, contact TURBINE TRAINING at 1-866-335-1224 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The Wolcotts and their staff would be happy to assist you in your quest for Initial Training or Recurrent Training regarding Turbine Engines and will give you the opportunity of being on the cutting edge of training by using their simulators.

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(To learn more about this topic, research “Aviation Firsts”)