I’m an airline pilot who enjoys flight instructing during my time off.
Being a safe and proficient pilot isn’t just about flying with an instructor every year, or simply practicing instrument approaches to stay IFR current. The better approach to remain a competent pilot is to spend both ground and flight hours periodically reviewing procedures and maneuvers to prevent your skills from getting rusty.
Whether you are looking to stay proficient with ground knowledge, normal/emergency procedures, and/or IFR proficient, or perhaps you are looking to add-on an extra rating, we can help.
Our instructors have experience in different aircraft, from gliders, Learjets, to Turboprops, with years of experience in general aviation.
There are many situations in which a safety pilot makes a crucial difference through a difficult IMC flight, or to offer a skilled hand with the workload of a long trip. Or perhaps you need a qualified contract First-Officer for a Part 91 flight.