A Cessna LSA would also provide the missing link in a complete training package. The most successful learn-to-fly programs were the ones Cessna operated in the 1960s and 70s that were a total package. The ground school materials and flight training were all designed around the airplane, and then sold as a complete learn-to-fly course from a nationally branded Cessna flight school. Cessna has hundreds of Cessna Pilot Centers and could re-create a learn-to-fly package based on a new LSA that would be complete, easy to understand, and nationally and internationally available at a consistent level of quality. There really is an opportunity to transform flight training and I'm so pleased that Cessna has recognized it, and is seriously considering it. A new LSA may not directly add many dollars to Cessna's bottom line, but it would reinforce Cessna's strategy of keeping pilots in the family, from LSAs to jets. Best of all, it would be nothing new for Cessna. The company has done this before. After all, Cessna has taught the world to fly, at least the big majority of pilots, and I am hoping that unbroken record of success will continue.