The Club has several flight instructors authorized to teach in the Club's planes. Each of these instructors is also a Club member. These instructors are not Club employees, but are simply authorized by the Club to teach in Club aircraft.
Our instructors can help you get your private pilot's license, an instrument rating, or an advanced rating like a commercial license or a flight instructor certificate. With many thousands of hours between them, our CFIs can help you become a safer and more proficient pilot.
Because our instructors are not Club employees they set their own rates, but most generally charge between $40 and $50 per hour. Payment is made directly to the CFI, typically via cash or check, though some may take credit cards.
All of the Club flight instructors are highly experienced and teach for the enjoyment that teaching brings. All hold FAA certifications to teach in single-engine and multi-engine airplanes, and to teach instrument flying. Feel free to contact any of our instructors with questions or to schedule instruction time: