For the May issue of Flying, Executive Editor Pia Bergqvist traveled to Greensboro, North Carolina, to visit FlightSafety International’s HondaJet training facility. It was there that she took on the HA-420, one of FlightSafety’s most recently launched type-rating programs, to see what the course would be like for a customer who had no previous type ratings.
In the classroom, she joined five other students, and the range of experience was broad. But that proved beneficial to the overall training experience, because even the pilot with 11 type ratings and a 50-hour head start in HondaJet flight had questions and tips that helped his classmates.
There’s plenty to read from Pia’s experience with FlightSafety International’s HondaJet training program in Flying’s May issue, but check out some of the photos from her class below.