There are over 40 Cabri G2s operating in the US and Canada, representing over 20 flight schools, community colleges, universities, and private operators. Precision and Guimbal partnered to import the first Cabri G2 into the US in 2014, helping the aircraft to reach FAA certification in 2015.
“We aren’t trying to be the trainer for the student who is trying to get done as quickly as possible and to save a penny at every corner,” said David Rath, CEO at Precision. “Rather, our market is the programs who prioritize a platform with high quality systems and features, unparalleled safety standards, and long-term economic value.”
Meeting the challenges of increased demands
As the fleet continues to grow, and accumulates flight hours, the Precision team has met the challenge of increased parts demand, more customer support needs, and additional maintenance requirements, no small feat in a world facing a pandemic.
Worldwide, Guimbal has manufactured nearly 300 Cabri G2s with a collective 350,0000 flight hours. These aircraft are certified and operated in 35 countries, across six continents.