Flight Training Safety in Canada

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Flight Training Safety in Canada

#1 Post by GAPILOT » Sun Feb 11, 2018 5:34 pm

Hello everyone. Hope you all are doing great. So, I'll soon be heading for Canada to continue my pilot training with Harv's Air in St. Andrews, Manitoba (and Steinbach, Manitoba). I would like to know how is the safety like, when it comes to general aviation (particularly pilot training) in Canada, and if anyone can give some insights towards training in Harv's Air (in terms of safety of course) would highly appreciate it. Take care everyone and have a great week ahead.

*Quick question*: Shall I choose Steinbach or St. Andrews base of ops in Harvs Air?
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Re: Flight Training Safety in Canada

#2 Post by youhavecontrol » Sun Feb 11, 2018 8:45 pm

Harv's Air is a pretty great company. I don't work for them, but I almost did. I just didn't want to be in Manitoba, haha. If you train on one of the Diamond Eclipse they offer, you'll be training with a good school on one of the safest training aircraft ever designed.
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