Bob has been instructing in General Aviation since 2007. He is an ATP, Gold Seal CFI/CFII, MEI, SF50 Vision Jet Type rated, and a former Platinum Cirrus Standardized Instructor Pilot (CSIP) since 2013. Bob has accumulated over 10,000 hours of flight instruction time, and is proud to have trained and endorsed over 130 pilots for Private, Instrument, Commercial, ATP, and CFI certificates.
Bob is a former USAF and Air National Guard pilot who thoroughly enjoys teaching and mentoring new pilots.
Jamie began his career as a Naval Flight Officer in 1996, and has been instructing general aviation pilots since 2002. He holds CFI/CFII ratings and truly enjoys teaching, mentoring, and introducing new students to general aviation.
Jamie is also a graduate of the Naval Test Pilot School. He has logged time in 30 different types of aircraft and is always excited to share his diverse aviation experiences and knowledge.
John has been flying and Instructing in General Aviation since he was 18. He loves to mentor and assist those learning to fly, completing a Flight Review, or just maintaining currency.
He owns his own SR22 G6 Perspective and used to run a little Flight School in Las Vegas as Commander of the F-16 USAF Fighter Weapons School. He is a CFII.
Jorgen has a multi-engine ATP with Embraer 170/190 and King Air 300 type ratings. More than half of his 1000 hours as a CFI/CFII/MEI has been in given in Cirrus aircraft.
Jorgen became a Cirrus Standardized Instructor Pilot (CSIP) in 2014, but has been out working for the airlines for the past couple of years
Mike started flying at age 14, but soon ran out of money. Bad eyes kept him out of flying in the Navy, so he drove submarines instead. When he had enough money to resume flying he qualified in gliders in California. Over the years he progressed up through CFI. His primary focus is aerobatics, tailwheel, and unusual attitudes in the Super Decathlon. Mike is an aerospace consultant during working hours.
Probir is a Software Architect/Developer and a CFII. He started flying in 2016 and rapidly progressed from Private Pilot to CFII. He thoroughly enjoys instructing in Cirrus aircraft, and loves introducing non-aviators to the world of flying, and talking about the dynamics of flight.
When he is not instructing or developing software, he is usually flying his own SR22 G2, with GTN 750/650 avionics.
Terry started flying in 1989 and has been doing so ever since. While serving in the USAF for 20 years, he flew in many different areas of the US - the busy Northeast airspace, the Rocky Mountains, the desert Southwest, and the DC SFRA.
Terry has accumulated over 1100 hours in various Cirrus, Cessna, Diamond, and Piper aircraft, and a B25 SIC type rating.
Coaching Little League made him realize how enjoyable it was to teach people new skills. Terry is a CFII and excited to share his vast aviation experience and instrument knowledge.