Flight Instruction in Eugene for Private, Instrument, Commercial, Multi-engine, CFI, Flight Reviews, Instrument Proficiency Checks, Light Sport, tailwheel, transition, glass panel. Experience instructing in Beech Baron, Pilatus PC12NG, Cessna Grand Caravan, Cessna 414 and many more. (Flight Training in Eugene) (learn to fly) (Pilot training)
Experienced in many makes and models of single and multi-engine aircraft; piston and turboprop. Of special note are 400 series Cessna twins, Cessna Grand Caravan, and Pilates PC12NG.
Steve holds many certificates and ratings, including ATP, CFI, CFII, MEI. He is a Captain and instructor in the Civil Air Patrol. He has flown and instructed in single engine, multi-engine, piston & turbine, tail wheel aircraft. He has given thousands of hours of flight instruction spanning decades. His expertise, experience, and enthusiasm are what you are looking for in an instructor.
A Discovery Flight is an opportunity to sit in the pilot's seat and actually fly a plane. An experienced flight instructor will be in the other pilot seat with full controls. If you have always wondered what it is like to fly a plane, this is you chance to find out. THIS MAKES AN EXCELLENT GIFT for someone special.
A lot of training aircraft are old, typically 45 years+, in tired condition and with outdated avionics. But you have another option in Lane County. Train in this low-time, beautiful, fully equipped Piper Archer III. Equipment includes dual Garmin 430 GPS (#1 unit is WAAS), and autopilot with altitude capture and hold.
Spring is just around the corner. Slots will fill up quickly. Now is the time to get your spot.
Dual Garmin 430s, S-TEC autopilot, air conditioned, 180 HP. A beautiful, well equipped, modern trainer.
Garmin 430 WAAS GPS, For those who prefer to train in a high wing aircraft.
Designed with the look and feel of an airliner flight deck. Great preparation for pilots looking to go to the airlines.
VOR and ILS are still very much in use. But GPS has become the go-to navigation system. Autopilots are an important tool and professional pilots must be able to use them. Learn it all here.
Sure, you can get an instrument rating just wearing a "hood" (view limiting device). It is far better to learn in IMC (Instrument Meteorological Conditions). That is, in clouds and rain, often with no visual reference to the ground.
What does it cost and how do I pay?
Earn your Instrument Rating
Great fun! Not quite perfected yet, but getting used to the plane. (Note: aerobatic flights and training not currently available in I Fly Aviation planes.)
Great footage of a majestic historic aircraft, against a spectacular backdrop.