Flight simulation company moves from Nashua to Manchester's airport
Stephen Cunningham, owner of Nashua Flight Simulator, works with Eric Tallberg on the company's flight simulator in Manchester on Monday. (MARK HAYWARD/UNION LEADER)
Cunningham said he has signed a three-year lease for the space, and he expects to provide instructional opportunities for 14 to 15 private contractors who will use the simulators to instruct and train pilots.
The training is used by pilots with private, air-transport and commercial licenses.
Cunningham said the move to Manchester allowed him to expand, and the price is $1 less per square foot than the hangar space he rented in Nashua.
"A large percentage of our client base comes in by commercial airlines," he said.
Cunningham was included in a recent New Hampshire Sunday News article about entrepreneurs who start businesses in their golden years.
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