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A Flight Instructor entering the twin engine Piper Seneca IV

A Flight Instructor entering the Piper Seneca IV, a twin engine.

I am at Chimes Aviation Academy, (Dhana, Madhya Pradesh; ICAO: VA1J) and the weather, skies, airplanes and people have made possible some very beautiful photographs. Here are a few shots, for your enjoyment!

Chimes Aviation Academy boasts off the largest G1000 equipped Cessna 172R fleet in the country (Fleet: 7 Cessna 172R + 1 Piper Seneca IV), as well as having the distinction of being the flight school where aerospace-major Honeywell sends its engineers for flying training, for a Private Pilot’s License.

The hangar at dawn, before sunrise.

The hangar, all lit!

A student taxiing into the apron just before sunset.

A student taxiing into the apron just before sunset.

The Garmin GNS 530 on board theor Piper Seneca IV

The Garmin GNS 530 on board the Piper Seneca IV

The two birds that make the Academy fly.

The two bird types that make the Academy fly.

A second to touchdown? Not really. She balooned.

A second to touchdown? Not really. She ballooned.

A Cessna 172 backtracking on runway 35.

A Cessna 172 backtracking Runway 35.

Leaving terra firma...

Leaving terra firma…

A student cuts his engine after a solo.

A student cuts his engine after a solo.

A Cessna 172 longing for the skies.

A Cessna 172 longing for the skies.

Open fields, nice weather, and a nice airplane make a brilliant setting!

Open fields, nice weather, and a nice airplane make a brilliant setting!

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