Oshkosh, WI – Mr. Nick Frisch, director of FIT Aviation, accepted the keys at AirVenture for the second REMOS Aircraft to be added to Florida Institute of Technology’s flight training program. When asked about the response to the first REMOS, which arrived at FIT in April, Frisch smiled and pointed to a half dozen CFIs from FIT. “Ask them,” he said.
When queried about the REMOS GX, they responded like a choir: “Great controllability. I love flying it with the doors off. It’s an excellent aircraft for flight training. Far more economical than the other trainers. Very responsive.” The enthusiasm was unanimous. There were no complaints.
Winston E. Scott, dean of Florida Tech’s College of Aeronautics, has resolved to use the REMOS Aircraft for a broader purpose. “We have 5,000 bright students at Florida Tech and it’s time we made an effort to provide every one of them with a flying experience. The REMOS is ideal for that program.”
Meanwhile, Mr. Frisch indicated that he plans to continue to retire existing aircraft and replace them with more REMOS GXs. FIT Aviation offers GA and professional flight training that takes students up through multi-engine and IFR ratings, along with the written exam for the ATP rating. For more information on Florida Tech and FIT Aviation visit www.fit.edu and www.fitaviation.com.
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