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Much anticipated Top Hawk aircraft delivered to California Aeronautical University

Result of winning national aviation university competition For more information: Call (661) 615-5915 / Monica Raymond After selecting California Aeronautical University as a 2018 Top Hawk University, Textron Aviation Inc., the leading general aviation authority, will deliver a much anticipated new, custom branded Cessna Skyhawk 172 to the University on March 30, 2018. California Aeronautical University (CAU), located on Meadows...

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Dead Bug Landings | CAU

Dead Bug Landings

Most fields of endeavor have tricks of the trade or rules of thumb that help practitioners take care of business more easily. For example, one trick to parallel-parking a normal car in countries where we drive on the right side of the road is to wait to turn the steering wheel hard right until you, the driver, is aligned with...

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Great Flight Instructor At CAU

Great Flight Instructor Or Horrible Flight Instructor

Thinking about becoming a pilot?  Anyone who wants to fly needs to be taught by a competent instructor.  If you’re not in the military, you get to choose who will teach you, and it’s a much bigger decision that it first seems to be. Like in all things, you can have a great flight instructor or horrible one, and it makes...

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CAU Alpha Eta Rho

Alpha Eta Rho Welcomes New Chapter from CAU

California Aeronautical University has announced its partnership with the Alpha Eta Rho aviation fraternity, creating the new Alpha Sigma Psi chapter of the fraternity after an official initiation ceremony on Thursday, January 18th. Founded under the guiding principle of being a shining beacon for modern aeronautical education, CAU has decided to take its commitment a step further by allying with...

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Small Planes | CAU

7 Things Passengers Should Know About Small Planes

People pretty much know how to behave as passengers on a jetliner as opposed to small planes.  Sure, some people, the outliers, do ridiculous things like argue with and threaten the flight attendants (federal offense!), or try to open the cockpit door or escape doors during flight.  Instead, we the majority tighten our seat belts when we’re supposed to, return...

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