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Wed, Jun 08, 2011

Cirrus Aircraft Center Planned At Palm Beach, North County Airport

Platinum Aviation Training To Open Its Third Flight Training And Aircraft Rental Operation

A new Cirrus training and rental center is planned for North County Airport (F45) in Palm Beach FL. Platinum Aviation Training said in a news release Monday that it plans to open the new location to provide flight training for all aircraft certificates and ratings using Cirrus Aircraft, Cirrus Standardized Training and Cirrus Aircraft rental.

Platinum has created what it calls an upscale training environment for its customers desiring to rent aircraft, or learn to fly in a Cirrus. Platinum is currently the only Cirrus Training Center that offers all Cirrus models on its rental line, including the newest SR22T. Platinum Aviation’s facilities are unique in that those customers that are checked out at any of Platinum’s locations can fly at all of its locations and have 24 hour access to the aircraft.

Platinum operates two other Cirrus Training Centers, one at Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport and another at Miami's Opa Locka Executive Airport, as well as a large fleet of new and newer fully equipped and air conditioned Cirrus Aircraft. This newest location will be adjacent to the Landmark Aviation FBO. Leaseback opportunities for Cirrus SR20, SR22, and SR22T aircraft are available

FMI: www.flyplatinum.com

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