The distinctive Twin Commander profile – a long, slim wing atop a long, low-slung fuselage ending in a tall vertical fin – has been a familiar sight for nearly six decades. And, one of aviation’s greatest living heroes – Bob Hoover – has been around for nearly as long, flying his extraordinary energy-managment air show routine in a Shrike Commander. Without question, Twin Commanders are steeped in tradition.
That rich tradition will be the theme of the 2015 Twin Commander University, set for Thursday-Saturday April 23-25 at the Hilton Savannah DeSoto in beautiful, historic Savannah, Georgia. Participants should plan to arrive at KSAT in time to play some golf in Savannah’s soothing spring weather. On Thursday, April 23, Erik Eliel will present his highly acclaimed Airborne Weather Radar course, a comprehensive six-hour examination of the abilities, and shortcomings, of the most important weather-avoidance tool in your cockpit.
The University also will feature product and service exhibits by Twin Commander partner companies, including authorized service centers, SimCom Training Centers, and others.
For additional information, visit www.twincommander.com/university-2015.