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Old May 23rd 04, 05:18 PM
Tom Seneca
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Default Beech Baron training recommedation needed

Hi,
I'd like to get my multi rating in a Beech Baron B model. Can anyone
recommend a training facility that could provide this? I am willing to fly
most anywhere in the US and spend the time on location to get this done.
I am in the Kansas City area so somewhere close would be helpful.

Thanks for any info!




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Old May 24th 04, 01:50 AM
Brad Johnson
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"Tom Seneca" wrote in message ...
Hi,
I'd like to get my multi rating in a Beech Baron B model. Can anyone
recommend a training facility that could provide this? I am willing to fly
most anywhere in the US and spend the time on location to get this done.
I am in the Kansas City area so somewhere close would be helpful.

Thanks for any info!




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Little Rock, Arkansas 72202
PHONE 501-375-3245 - FAX 501-372-0980
TOLL FREE 1 - 800 - 888 - JETS - *Out of State only

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Office: (512) 252-2211
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Old May 24th 04, 03:47 AM
Karl Treier
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"Tom Seneca" wrote in message
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Hi,
I'd like to get my multi rating in a Beech Baron B model. Can anyone
recommend a training facility that could provide this? I am willing to

fly
most anywhere in the US and spend the time on location to get this done.
I am in the Kansas City area so somewhere close would be helpful.

Thanks for any info!







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Old May 24th 04, 04:33 AM
Viperdoc
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Doesn't Kansas state in Salina use Barons for training?


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Old May 24th 04, 02:26 PM
H. Adam Stevens
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"Tom Seneca" wrote in message
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Hi,
I'd like to get my multi rating in a Beech Baron B model. Can anyone
recommend a training facility that could provide this? I am willing to

fly
most anywhere in the US and spend the time on location to get this done.
I am in the Kansas City area so somewhere close would be helpful.

Thanks for any info!





Hi
I owned a 58P for years.
Go to FlightSafety in Wichita.
I'd do it again.
H.

H. Adam Stevens
CP AS&MEL IA
ex N502TB


 




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