Revolution Aviation flight school, based at John Wayne Airport in Orange County, Southern California, has signed a lease with Aeroplex Group at Long Beach Airport regarding a new flight operation location.

The company’s new Long Beach Airport location will offer one-on-one and classroom flight training. Its facilities include four classrooms, a reception area, briefing and conference rooms and airside access for several helicopters. Fixed Base Operator Signature Flight Support, which is based next door, will fuel Revolution Aviation’s aircraft on the airside ramp.

Revolution Aviation, also known by its U.S. registered trademark ‘EatSleepFly,’ will be the first flight school to operate bases in both Orange County and Los Angeles County, allowing students to pursue training geographically suitable to their needs.

Mark Robinson, CEO and Chief Pilot of Revolution Aviation, said, “I’ve been flying almost 12 years and have never seen the thirst for aviation any greater. We’ve had requests for a second location for a long time – this will allow us to fulfill those requests and see how managing a second location will adjust logistics. It will also allow us to get comfortable with opening a third location in another state.”