In spring 2021, the Swiss Helicopter Flight School will expand its range on the Pfaffnau base with a Guimbal Cabri G2 training helicopter. The company’s other flight school bases have been using this two-seater helicopter, which has proven itself extremely well for basic training, for several years.
On October 17, 2020, numerous visitors had the opportunity to test-fly the Cabri in Pfaffnau. The offer was actively used and so our flight instructors were able to let this modern training helicopter take off all day. During the lecture “Pilot training at Swiss Helicopter”, our Head of Training, Nino Valsecchi, also informed the guests about the various options for training to become a helicopter pilot. All questions could then be discussed and answered in personal consultations.
Parallel to the commissioning of the Cabri G2 in Pfaffnau, our flight school will in future also be offering theory lessons on this basis.
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