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On July 14th, we had the opportunity to tour the Seneca College of Aviation located at the Peterborough Airport (CYPQ).

The Peterborough Campus is a state of the art facility and the new home to Seneca’s fleet of aircraft and flight training devices. The campus includes, a main hangar for 13 aircraft, maintenance hangar for 3 aircraft, 2 academic classrooms, simulator training rooms and much more.

The Seneca's Airline Pilot Flight Operations program is the only graduate certificate program of its kind in Canada. The program has been the national leader in aviation education for more than 40 years.

Special thank you to Mr. Brian Carlick and the Seneca College for their hospitality

 Seneca’s fleet consists of 19 aircraft: 8 Cessna 172, 4 G1000 172 (glass cockpit), 4 Beechcraft Bonanza, 2 Beechcraft Barons and 1 G1000 Baron (glass cockpit).

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A student’s first solo flight is something that he or she will remember forever. It’s an accomplishment to be proud of, a confidence-builder and, well, it’s just fun! This one is about drenching the student with water after his solo flight.

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