All In Aviation, a Southern Nevada-based flight school and full-service aviation company, announced the hiring of two additional certified flight instructors, Trevor Varwig and Trent Sanders, as well as the expansion of its fleet with two additional aircraft.All In Aviation acquired two aircraft -- a 2021 Cirrus Aircraft SR22 and a 2015 Cessna 172 -- for its fleet, which now features 15 aircraft for flight training and rental services. The fleet is comprised of 12 Cirrus Aircraft models -- four SR22s, three SR22 Turbos, four SR20s, and one Cirrus Aircraft SF50 Vision Jet -- as well as three Cessna 172 Skyhawks. The Skyhawks give student pilots an economical entry-level training option."Since the start of the pandemic, All In Aviation and the entire general aviation industry have been experiencing a remarkable surge in first-time private pilot students as well as an increase in aircraft rental and sales," said Paul Sallach, president of All In Aviation. "To accommodate this growth trend, we are continuing to expand our staff and diversify our fleet with additional aircraft. We are excited to have Varwig and Sanders on board with us, who are a great match for our flight training team."Varwig and Sanders are both certified commercial pilots for single and multi-engine aircraft, as well as certified flight instructors for single-engine and instrument.Varwig, a graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, earned his aviation education at AeroGuard Flight Training Center in Phoenix.Sanders, a Las Vegas native, received a degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in pre-medical studies from Utah State University. His best friend convinced him to take a discovery flight, after which he became hooked on aviation and began his flight training.