Norwood, MA, May 07, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- IMC Clubs, a club designed to keep instrument pilots safe by building their proficiency, has awarded the Nashua Chapter their Most Active Chapter Award for the first quarter of 2010. Founded by Stephen Cunningham owner of Nashua Flight Simulator, the Nashua Chapter of the IMC Clubs has excelled in recruiting new members and generating exciting new experiences for the local flying community.
Stephen Cunningham owns and operates Nashua Flight Simulator, a state of the art training facility designed to provide re currency and proficiency training to the pilot community. "I attended their first meeting. It was clear that Stephen saw the incredible value that IMC Clubs would bring not only to enhance his business but to contribute to the safety of the pilot community at large. IMC Clubs is providing a structured approach to developing a pilot's instrument skills after the checkride," said Radek Wyrzykowski, President of IMC Clubs.
When asked about the reason for the Nashua chapter’s success, Stephen replied, "I have to credit the 35 or 40 active chapter members of the club for being so involved. They are always willing to participate and share their experiences. Our members have tapped an incredible source of learning as they educate one another from their own experiences."
More information can be found at www.imcclubs.org and www.nashuaflightsimulator.com