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Old 06-26-2015, 01:12 PM   #11  
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I would definitely not recommend Anson Air! They have some nice planes but the instructors are very young only instructing to build 1500 hours. Arrogant, snappy and not committed. Schedule canceling and changing without notifying the student. There are a lot of nice flight schools around Houston which give you the opportunity to learn flying with a more un-experienced and dedicated instructor. It is a fact that young experienced instructors will cost you more at the long run... I wasted my time and money at Anson Air.
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Old 06-29-2015, 03:23 PM   #12  
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A cougar, sweet. I saw one of those once, didn't have any idea they had a twin!

I used to instruct in Cougars. Got asked over the radio one time why they were called Cougars.

I replied cause "she's" old, (built in the 70's) hot, (no ac) and got long legs (almost 11 hours with full tanks).
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Old 01-29-2019, 02:50 PM   #13  
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Default How do you like Anson Air?

Hey guys, new to the forum here. I live in Sugar Land and am considering doing my training at Anson Air. I have done lots of searches for reviews on this place but there is not much out there.

I have read some people say the place is good and others say it is very bad. I did a discovery flight there and thought the facility was very nice. Relative to some flight schools I had visited in California (used to live in LA) this school seems very nice.


Also, I live about 5 minutes from the Sugar Land airport, so the travel distance by itself makes the decision lean toward training there. (The next closest school would be at least a 35-45 minute drive depending on traffic).

Another note is that I will be working full time while doing my flight training. So having a training facility within a short driving distance to my home/work will be critical in helping me be aggressive with the training frequency per week. (Aim to train 3 days per week)


Does anyone have any recent training with this school?

Has anyone gotten their Commerical and/or CFI from them?


Thanks!
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