Las Vegas, US-based All in Aviation increases its training aircraft fleet by 2 aircraft, which makes its total current fleet to 15 aircraft, in response to increasing interest for Private Pilot License training in the US

All In Aviation acquired two additional aircraft, a Cirrus Aircraft SR22 and a Cessna 172, growing its fleet to 15 aircraft for flight training. The total current fleet now includes three Cessna 172 Skyhawks, and twelve Cirrus Aircraft models that include four SR22, three SR22 Turbo, four SR20, and one Cirrus Aircraft SF50 Vision Jet.

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