Despite dreary weather during the week, the Cirrus Vision SF50 arrived in Salt Lake City and did not disappoint. The International Learn to Fly Day weekend of events kicked off at MillionAir on Thursday evening with multiple low passes by the Cirrus Vision. The fly-by was followed by a reception showcasing the 2011 Limited Commemorative Edition SR22T, several Ferraris from Steve Harris Imports, and a keynote address by Andrew Broom, AOPA Vice President of Communications.
The Cirrus team faced cold temperatures and a snow storm to relocate to Park City, Utah for Saturday’s events. With the sun finally making an appearance, a crowd of Cirrus and Ferrari fans descended upon the Heber Airport for an afternoon of airplanes, cars and a Critical Decision Making Seminar facilitated by Jeff Moss, 2010 CFI of the Year.
Under mostly-sunny skies, the Cirrus Vision pilots wowed the crowd with high and low speed passes set against the breathtaking Wasatch Mountains. The event concluded with a dinner at Deer Valley Resort where many wondered how we landed both the Vision and the 22T on the plaza!
We’d like to thank everyone that joined us to celebrate general aviation, including this “little” guy.