We are happy to announce that our Rhode Island facility will resume flight training operations Saturday May 9th in accordance with directives set by the Governor of Rhode Island. Our Norwood Facility remains closed per order of the Governor of Massachusetts, though the state is considering May 18th as a potential date to resume limited business operations.
We know you have been waiting patiently for this to happen, and we are thrilled to get you back in the air.
We will continue to do everything we can to provide our staff, students and community with a clean, safe and sanitary learning environment. To that end we have adopted some measures that we ask everyone entering our facility to abide by:
- Any person not feeling well should stay home.
- All staff, students and customers will be required to wear a face mask for the duration of their lesson, including their time in the airplane.
- All staff and students will have their temperatures checked upon entering our facility.
- Hand washing will be required upon entering the building, and before and after flying.
We have arranged the desks in our office to maximize separation between individuals. We ask that everyone is mindful of each other’s movements to avoid having multiple people at the front desk or trying to pass through the same door.
If you have any questions please call our Rhode Island facility and speak with Alex, Tori, or Vicky.
Thank you for your continued trust and patronage in these unprecedented times.
Let’s go flying!