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The British dealer focuses on training its paramotoring enthusiasts through a dedicated Vittorazi Masterclass for 30 Vittorazi owners.

  Inspired by the unique Vittorazi Masterclasses, Skybound Aviation, based in the United Kingdom, on Saturday 26th of March presented two important training courses on paramotor maintenance, hosting 30 Vittorazi pilots right after the release of the new engine manuals.  
“I am very pleased that training has become today a tool used by our dealers. I remember well when we started the first training course at our company back in 2013, training and maintenance are topics in which we strongly believe. Our Masterclasses are increasingly followed and this is inevitably an exceptional boost that leads us to even higher standards in information and research, with careful and targeted attention to customer service. I felt honored to be part of this splendid initiative."
These are the words of the General Manager Matteo Orazi who, live on Zoom, gave a warm welcome to all the entire audience.     Official Vittorazi dealer for over 10 years, the company founded by Clive Bunce, "Skybound Aviation" is also an important and certified Vittorazi Approved Service Centre; enthusiastic to roll out his first in house Master Class with two courses on Vittorazi maintenance, here's what he told us:     How did you get the idea to give a maintenance course?
"Vittorazi is by far the most used engine in the United Kingdom and with the recent launch of the new comprehensive maintenance manual for Moster 185 and Atom 80, I thought this would be an excellent opportunity to educate customers with a practical hands-on class".
    Who and how many people participated in your course?
"The course was firmly aimed at the end-user; the event was hosted by Mike Chilvers at Winglands Airfield and was attended by 30 Vittorazi owners."
    What have been their feelings after the speech of Matteo Vittorazi?
"I knew having a live link with Matteo at the start of the proceedings would bring something special to the group, which was backed up by the positive remarks I received from everyone who attended."
    On which engine model was the Master Class done?
"Primary, we used the Moster practical demonstrations while referring to the Atom for the differences in maintenance."
    Which engine systems were tested?
"We looked at and discussed in detail with practical hands-on involvement from the attendees the Exhaust, Pull starter, Reduction, Carburation and Top-End service."
    What topics were discussed in terms of safety?
"Including the importance of timely maintenance, we drew particular attention to the requirement of a thorough pre-flight check of the engine."
    After the many positive feedbacks received, SkyBound Aviation plans to organize many more training sessions throughout this year in the United Kingdom. We at Vittorazi, as always, will be there!   Contact via www.skyboundaviation.uk to find out more.  " ["post_title"]=> string(75) "SKYBOUND AVIATION PRESENTS 2 VITTORAZI MAINTENANCE TRAINING SESSIONS FOR UK" ["post_excerpt"]=> string(0) "" ["post_status"]=> string(7) "publish" ["comment_status"]=> string(6) "closed" ["ping_status"]=> string(6) "closed" ["post_password"]=> string(0) "" ["post_name"]=> string(89) "skybound-aviation-presents-2-vittorazi-maintenance-training-sessions-for-uk-masterclasses" ["to_ping"]=> string(0) "" ["pinged"]=> string(0) "" ["post_modified"]=> string(19) "2022-07-20 09:28:10" ["post_modified_gmt"]=> string(19) "2022-07-20 07:28:10" ["post_content_filtered"]=> string(0) "" ["post_parent"]=> int(0) ["guid"]=> string(52) "https://vittorazi.com/?post_type=notizia&p=5673" ["menu_order"]=> int(29) ["post_type"]=> string(7) "notizia" ["post_mime_type"]=> string(0) "" ["comment_count"]=> string(1) "0" ["filter"]=> string(3) "raw" }
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Training Course

02/04/2022

SKYBOUND AVIATION PRESENTS 2 VITTORAZI MAINTENANCE TRAINING SESSIONS FOR UK

The British dealer focuses on training its paramotoring enthusiasts through a dedicated Vittorazi Masterclass for 30 Vittorazi owners.

 

Inspired by the unique Vittorazi Masterclasses, Skybound Aviation, based in the United Kingdom, on Saturday 26th of March presented two important training courses on paramotor maintenance, hosting 30 Vittorazi pilots right after the release of the new engine manuals.

 

“I am very pleased that training has become today a tool used by our dealers. I remember well when we started the first training course at our company back in 2013, training and maintenance are topics in which we strongly believe.

Our Masterclasses are increasingly followed and this is inevitably an exceptional boost that leads us to even higher standards in information and research, with careful and targeted attention to customer service. I felt honored to be part of this splendid initiative.”

These are the words of the General Manager Matteo Orazi who, live on Zoom, gave a warm welcome to all the entire audience.

 

 

Official Vittorazi dealer for over 10 years, the company founded by Clive Bunce, “Skybound Aviation” is also an important and certified Vittorazi Approved Service Centre; enthusiastic to roll out his first in house Master Class with two courses on Vittorazi maintenance, here’s what he told us:

 

 

How did you get the idea to give a maintenance course?

“Vittorazi is by far the most used engine in the United Kingdom and with the recent launch of the new comprehensive maintenance manual for Moster 185 and Atom 80, I thought this would be an excellent opportunity to educate customers with a practical hands-on class”.

 

 

Who and how many people participated in your course?

“The course was firmly aimed at the end-user; the event was hosted by Mike Chilvers at Winglands Airfield and was attended by 30 Vittorazi owners.”

 

 

What have been their feelings after the speech of Matteo Vittorazi?

“I knew having a live link with Matteo at the start of the proceedings would bring something special to the group, which was backed up by the positive remarks I received from everyone who attended.”

 

 

On which engine model was the Master Class done?

“Primary, we used the Moster practical demonstrations while referring to the Atom for the differences in maintenance.”

 

 

Which engine systems were tested?

“We looked at and discussed in detail with practical hands-on involvement from the attendees the Exhaust, Pull starter, Reduction, Carburation and Top-End service.”

 

 

What topics were discussed in terms of safety?

“Including the importance of timely maintenance, we drew particular attention to the requirement of a thorough pre-flight check of the engine.”

 

 

After the many positive feedbacks received, SkyBound Aviation plans to organize many more training sessions throughout this year in the United Kingdom. We at Vittorazi, as always, will be there!

 

Contact via www.skyboundaviation.uk to find out more.

 

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VITTORAZI MOTORS 250CC

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DESCRIZIONE DEL PROGETTO

Il progetto prevede, a partire da risultati di ricerca già acquisiti, l'ingegnerizzazione e l'industrializzazione di un nuovo prodotto, il motore Mule250.

OBIETTIVI

Il progetto ha tra gli obiettivi: l'ingegnerizzazione e prototipazione esecutiva del nuovo motore, il miglioramento delle caratteristiche prestazionali e tecniche del prodotto, l'industrializzazione del nuovo motore, la promozione del prodotto innovativo e sviluppo della fase di commercializzazione per il nuovo mercato.

RISULTATI

Ingegnerizzare, industrializzare e produrre il nuovo motore Mule250 da proporre a un nuovo settore di clientela, acquisendo una fetta di mercato importante per lo sviluppo dell'impresa.

Investimento totale: 687.291,60 euro | Finanziamento pubblico: 337.675,80