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During your training in our flying community. • You will learn the three basic skills: aviate, navigate, communicate. • Live 24/7 in an aviation environment with passionate people teaching you about taking the right decisions. • Learn how to pilot in a professional manner and about human factors contributing to the majority of accidents. • Learn to avoid bad decisions leading to so many unfortunate incidents • By our ways of living, you will benefit from a personalized and high quality training without restricting your efforts and own work. • Discover the Airbus and Boeing mentalities • If interested, discover sky diving and aerobatics • Benefit from all the contacts and experience accumulated during my past 50 years in the world of aviation. • Learn about our cuisine and traditions. By opting for my training program, you will also have access to an insured automobile (without all the hassles of leasing or buying). So I offer you to come and spend a week in our aviation community. I will be talking care of your transportation from the airport to our residence. Airports. Also, the airports in Joliette, Beloeil and the future new airport Des Moulins in Mascouche are all located outside a non restricted flying zone from the Greater Montreal terminals. None of these airports have landing fees and you don't require takeoff or landing approvals; all operations are done by communicating with the other pilots in flight in the area. This way you can save from 12% to 16% on flying fees. When you will need to learn how to fly and communicate in a controlled environment, take note that we are only about 5 minutes from those controlled areas. Schools. The average size schools where I am an instructor have a strict and professional protocol and benefit from a great team spirit, a sense of belonging and conviviality. This is not something that you might find in all larger schools. You will certainly make new friends during your training. Flying schools in Quebec have a worldwide reputation for their professionalism, their high standards and the quality of the pilots who graduate from them. Linguistic skills. English: the aviation language. During your stay, you will be provided with a room especially dedicated to your training with a board and audio-visual aids. If necessary, additional instruction in the use of the English language could be taught. A friend, Jacques Benca, an enthusiastic pilot and retired teacher living nearby, will be available to help you mastering the English language if requested.