Chief Flight Instructor
James is a graduate from Utah State University in the Professional Pilot Program. He has been instructing since 2006 with over 2000 hours instruction given. He is married with 3 great kids who keep him busy when he is not in the airplane.
Assistant Chief Instructor
Clint comes from a family of aviators. His father is a 777 captain with Delta, his brother is both a Skywest first officer and a Blackhawk pilot with the National Guard, and his sister is a soon-to-be CFI. Clint's path to aviation was a bit longer and more convoluted than his family members - he spent over a decade in another career before seeing the light. Trading a cubicle for the cockpit, Clint now loves his day job and all the new friends and colleagues he's made along the way. When he is not in the air, Clint enjoys traveling, writing/recording music, and spending time with girlfriend and two dogs.
Flight Instructor / Marketing Specialist
Chris developed a passion for flying at a very young age, and began earning his flight ratings soon after finishing high school. He worked hard as the owner of his own successful company in Salt Lake while completing his degree in Aeronautics at Utah State University. Chris is an airline-bound pilot who loves instructing and mentoring his own career-bound students, helping them develop the knowledge and professionalism expected of professional pilots today. When he's not around the airport, Chris enjoys spending time with his family, playing the piano, traveling, and coin-collecting.
Courses Taught: Instrument Ground School
Dan started flying in 1970 and flew for three years before starting dental school. He purchased a Cessna 182 about 15 years ago and received his instrument rating, commercial pilots license, and became a certified flight instructor. Dan mainly teaches ground school, and flight instructs a few students. His love is mountain flying. Dan has his tailwheel endorsement, and is currently building his own Kitfox airplane.
Courses Taught: Private-Pilot Ground School