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Wed, Feb 29, 2012

SAFE Welcomes New, Returning Sponsor

Cessna Re-Ups, Redbird Comes On Board At 'Gold' Level

SAFE, the Society of Aviation and Flight Educators, recently announced the addition of Redbird Flight Simulations as a Gold-Level Corporate Member. Simultaneously, Cessna has renewed its exclusive sponsorship of the SAFE website.

SAFE Executive Director Doug Stewart commented, "We have worked with both Redbird and Cessna on a number of projects over the years, and are excited that these outstanding organizations are continuing to invest in SAFE’s mission."

SAFE offers four levels of corporate/group membership. In addition to other corporate member benefits, Redbird will be listed as a sponsor of SAFE’s monthly eNews, while Cessna will continue as sponsor of the organization’s website.

SAFE represents nearly 700 of the industry’s top aviation educators, including numerous local, regional, and national General Aviation Awards winners. SAFE is also leading the Pilot Training Reform Initiative.

FMI: www.safepilots.org

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