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Flying high II.

Flying High II

In our Nov. 5 issue, we were the first to let you in on the exciting news that Flight Safety International was considering Little Rock as a possible expansion site. Now we hear from our aviation source that FSI has said yes to our hometown.

We called to confirm the news with FSI's Paul Cecala, the product service rep who has sent around a questionnaire to pilots asking their preference in expansion locations.

When pressed, he said "I'm not going to be able to make any comments" and added there's "nothing definitive to offer to the public."

The New Jersey-based company trains pilots and maintenance personnel on Falcon Jet simulators. It costs $8,000 to $10,000 for the training and pilots typically stay five days to two weeks in local accomodations.

The other cities in the running were Atlanta, St. Louis, Wichita, and Orlando.
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Title Annotation:Whispers; Flight Safety International
Publication:Arkansas Business
Date:Dec 17, 1990
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