Release from Sweet Aviation
Sweet Aviation, a Fort Wayne-based flight school that also offers aircraft rentals and maintenance and is located in Smith Field Airport, is hosting its annual Spring Open House this Saturday, June 2, from 9 AM to 12 PM at Smith Field Airport at 902 West Ludwig Road in Fort Wayne. Free breakfast will be served until 11 AM, while supplies last. They’ll also have a free bounce house and other kids’ activities, including arts and crafts; discounted airplane and helicopter rides for just $30; distinctive military and service aircraft on display, including a 1950’s military trainer, the T-28 Trojan; and R.C. model demonstrations from Phil’s Hobby Shop.
Sweet Aviation, which is owned by Sweetwater founder and President Chuck Surack, continues to experience sustained growth, continually adding to their staff and fleet to provide the best possible aircraft training and rental options. The latest addition to the Sweet Aviation fleet, which will be on display Saturday, is a Cirrus Vision SF-50, also known as a “Vision Jet.” According to Cirrus, it’s the world’s first single-engine personal jet, designed to be a relatively affordable and convenient alternative to traditional private jets. Sweet Aviation’s Vision Jet is just the 25th produced and one of very few available to the public for training and rental.
This event is free and open to the public of all ages. More information about this event can be found at SweetAviation.com, by calling (260) 267-5505, or on the Sweet Aviation Facebook page.
About Sweet Aviation
Sweet Aviation is a flight training, aircraft rental, and aircraft maintenance company based at Smith Field Airport in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Sweet Aviation is owned by helicopter pilot and aviation enthusiast Chuck Surack, who also owns Sweetwater, the world’s leading music technology and instrument retailer. Sweet Aviation features a diverse and modern fleet of airplanes and helicopters, holds FAA Part 141 certification, and is a certified Cirrus Aircraft Training Center and Service Center. To learn more about flight training, aircraft rentals, or aircraft maintenance, please visit SweetAviation.com or contact Joel Pierce, General Manager, via phone (260-267-5505) or email (Joel@SweetAviation.com).