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Chase Eldredge is now a Private Pilot!

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Tuesday, 06 January 2015
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Please join me in congratulating Chase Eldredge passing his Private Pilot checkride on December 20, 2014. Chase has been a dedicated student managing a full load of credits at the University of Utah in addition to his studies here at Utah Helicopter. He shows the commitment and drive needed to be successful in this industry. Keep up the good work Chase. Congratulations!

Darren Telliho - CFII

Tosh Davis Solos at age 16

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Saturday, 27 December 2014
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Tosh Davis just achieved his first solo flight!  Tosh has been attending Utah Helicopter’s Spanish Fork training location while juggling his High School course work.  That’s right, at the age of 16, just following his obtainment of a Driver’s License, he is flying a helicopter!  Tosh is evidently thrilled to achieve this first major stepping stone in aviation, and we look forward to getting him through his private pilot certificate!  Congratulations, Tosh!

Jess Mosman - CFII

Byron Brainard Passes Instrument Checkride!

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Tuesday, 18 November 2014
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Does this look like someone who is excited to be able to see where he is flying or what? Byron Brainard passed his instrument check ride with flying colors yesterday. Now he will actually get to look out and see the colors. Way to go Byron. We are really excited for you.

Robert Dennis - CFII

John Dewey - Rotorcraft Pilot!

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Tuesday, 18 November 2014
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Patience, hard work, and a little luck with the weather payed off for John Dewey yesterday as he has now joined the ranks as a helicopter private pilot. We have really enjoyed working with John and are excited for his great achievement. Way to go John.

Robert Dennis - CFII

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