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Twin Commander University – Hosted by Naples Jet Center

Springtime, Southwest Florida’s Gulf coast, and subtropical sun—a warm, inviting combination. Add a weekend of learning, networking, and socializing devoted to Twin Commanders, and you have a very attractive package indeed. That’s what’s in store for you at the 2011 Twin Commander University.

Plan to fly yourself to the University? Park at Naples Jet Center, the host Service Center for the University.

The Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa in Bonita Springs, Florida, is the venue for the upcoming University, scheduled for Thursday, April 28 through Saturday, April 30. It will be a landmark event—the 10th edition of this unique biennial series of Twin Commander owner/operator conferences.

The weekend features a host of information-packed seminars, beginning Thursday with the most comprehensive and insightful training you’ll ever receive on the proper use of your airborne weather radar system.

The hands-on sessions continue Friday and Saturday with subjects ranging from flying WAAS approaches to more thunderstorm avoidance tactics, this time using Nexrad mapping. Twin Commander Aircraft will report on the latest product upgrade initiatives, and Helmuth Eggeling will once again present his renowned TPE331 pilot operating tips.

The socializing gets underway Thursday with a golf tournament at the Raptor Bay golf course and in the evening with the poolside University Welcome Reception. Friday evening we’ve planned something very special—a visit to the exotic Ngala Private Reserve. And there’s the fabulous Stillwater Spa at the Resort, the pristine Gulf beach, exclusive Naples a few short miles south…the list goes on.

That’s just a small sampling of what we are planning for the 10th Twin Commander University. More details will emerge over the coming month, but right now your task is to mark your calendar for the event, and reserve your accommodations at the Hyatt Regency.

The 10th Twin Commander University promises to be the best yet.
Be sure you are there….for more information check out Twin Commander’s TCU site