|My philosophy in
flight training is to make it as simple , easy and enjoyable as
possible; while maintaining a very high level of safety and an
expectation of student performance. I believe I have a duty to
expose my students to very realistic flight training scenarios
and to always level with them about their progress and ways to
improve their skills. Many students have told me that they
appreciate my straightforward nature.
I believe that all of my students have a unique frame of
reference and as such I do not use "canned syllabuses" or "one
size fits all" techniques. I had the benefit of being trained by
"old school" "high time" instructors and I try to pass on as
much of my knowledge , experience and expertise as I can to my
students. I fly almost a thousand hours a year and still
consider my flying as an evolving learning process wherein I
continually build upon my basic flying skills.
My students will be exposed to challenges during their training
and afterwards in flying to be the best pilots they can be and I
am proud to say that all of them are enjoying their privileges
and newfound freedom of flying; accident and incident free.
Learning to fly can be a humbling experience. I remember times
when I felt that everything was going to fast and I thought I
would never "get it." Hard work and persistence always pays off.
I have flown with "natural pilots" who learn very quickly and
have excellent skills and I have flown with those who have to
work very hard to achieve the same level of skill. The simple
fact about flying is you have to demonstrate a certain level of
theoretical and practical skills to get your certificate and to
If you need instrument training; the best place for that is
inside of a real aircraft, inside of a real cloud...one of my
favorite places to be.
My guarantee is simple. I guarantee that you cannot find a more
qualified instructor or better aircraft for the value to service
rendered by me in San Diego , Los Angeles or Orange Counties.
I am qualified to teach for all fixed wing certificates and
ratings in single and multi-engine aircraft.
Regardless of where you chose to flight train, I hope you have a
positive experience and make the most of your potential.