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Gaining altitude: Channel Islands Aviation expands with new jet, more pilots

By   /   Friday, November 30th, 2012  /   Comments Off on Gaining altitude: Channel Islands Aviation expands with new jet, more pilots

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Mark Oberman and his daughter, Sarah Oberman, in a Cessna Citation CJ3 jet that the Camarillo-based operator now has available for charter flights. (Alex Kacik photo) With a projected deficit of 60,000 pilots in the U.S. over the next decade, flight schools such as Channel Islands Aviation are kicking their businesses into high gear. The…

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