CSP named to Flight Training Honor Roll
STEVENSVILLE — For a seventh consecutive year Chesapeake Sport Pilot has been recognized nationally for its high standard of accomplishment in flight training by The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association. CSP has been awarded a spot on the 2018 Flight Training Experience Awards as a Distinguished Flight School, a title given to high scoring flight schools from AOPA’S annual Flight Training Experience Survey.
AOPA’S Flight Training Experience Awards were created to highlight the best flight training the industry has to offer. “We were excited to see how many customers described our winners this year as including them as part of a family and helping them join a rich aviation community,” said Chris Moser, senior director, Flight Training Education of AOPA’S Flight Training Initiative. “Giving the personal touch, in addition to providing great flight training, is something we know helps create lifelong pilots.”
“At Chesapeake Sport Pilot we take a lot of pride in our teaching and truly love sharing our passion for and knowledge of aviation with our students,” offered Chief Flight Instructor Helen Woods. “We are thrilled that our students and the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association have chosen to honor us in such a way.”
The 2018 awards were drawn from flight students and pilots who voluntarily reviewed their flight training experience last summer through an AOPA online customer satisfaction survey. The process yielded an evaluation of
954 different flight schools and
1,849 individual flight instructors. Chesapeake Sport Pilot is one of the largest flight schools in the region catering towards the recreational aviator. Its mission is to provide high quality flight training and aircraft rentals and a fun community atmosphere. For more information, call 410-6041717, email info@chesapeakes portpilot.com or visit www.chesa peakesportpilot.com.