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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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First Time Passenger | Cal Aero

Taking a First Time Passenger Flying

A freshly-minted pilot’s first thought is invariably very exciting:  I want to take my friends or family up into the air while I’m at the controls!  Of course, there’s another agenda, even if we don’t always admit it:  Most new pilots with their private pilot certificate like showing off, at least a little.  And pilots should be completely okay with...

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Our staff and students organized some amazing things for the campus and students to celebrate the holiday spirit, including creating their very own rendition of the 12 Days of Holidays. Each day we shared a different ‘gift’ on our social media accounts, featuring our students, partners, and fun festivities around the campus! The 12 Days of CAU Holidays was fun and...

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California Aeronautical University selected as Top Hawk University

Textron Aviation Inc., the leading general aviation authority, today announced it has selected California Aeronautical University for the 2018 Top Hawk program. California Aeronautical University (CAU) will take delivery of a new, custom branded Cessna Skyhawk 172 to support flight training, university recruiting efforts and promotional activities throughout the year. “Here at California Aeronautical University, we’re honored to have been selected as a Top Hawk...

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