Huffman Aviation was established in 1972 as Venice Flying Service, and was reorganized in 1987 and renamed as Huffman Aviation. Huffman Aviation was purchased by Dutchman Rudi Dekkers in 1999. At the time of purchase, the school had a fleet of 12 small aircraft. Huffman offered private pilot, instrument rating, Commercial pilot, Multi-Engine Ratings and flight instructor training, but did not offer training on larger, jet aircraft. More than 80% of the school's students were foreign nationals, following a marketing campaign designed to attract overseas students.
Both Mohamed Atta and Marwan al-Shehhi attended the school, purportedly in order to learn how to fly small aircraft. According to the 9/11 official narrative, this enabled them to fly the larger planes used on that day.
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- "About Us". Huffman Aviation. Archived from the original on 1999-01-28. Retrieved 1998-12-12. Check date values in:
- "Raytheon lands 50-plane order, maybe more, from Executive Jet, Inc.". General Aviation News. July 9, 1999.
- "Flight Training". Huffman Aviation. Archived from the original on 2001-06-04. Retrieved 2001-06-04.
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