We are a team of experienced FAA Certified Flight Instructors.
We are a Flight School that provides Private, Instrument, and Commercial fixed-wing flight training. We also do initial and transition training for students in aircraft that they own themselves.
We train year-round, with distinct training advantages, over many other flight schools around the country. Our region is known for sunny skies for the majority of the calendar year.
We are nestled along a North facing side of the beautiful Rocky Mountain range called Casper Mountain. The East-West mountain orientation provides a wind flow that gives our students the advantage of learning to fly in high and low wind environments year-round. This is essential to becoming a successful pilot.
We train at Casper/Natrona County International Airport. Don’t let the word International in the name confuse you. The Casper Airport is not overly busy and it has all of the variables that make up a quality flight training environment.
The Casper Airport was formerly known as the Casper Army Air Base until it was decommissioned in 1945 after the end of World War II. For an interesting history lesson about the Casper Army Air Base click the following link: https://www.wyohistory.org/encyclopedia/aerials-zephyrs-brief-history-casper-army-air-base
Thanks to the needs of the former Casper Army Air Base, our airport has two very long and wide runways that are conducive to training in all wind directions. Our airport is equipped with a friendly, and very patient, Federal Air Traffic Control Tower. This allows our students to easily immerse themselves and become highly proficient into one of the most intimidating parts of the flight training process.
We love teaching people how to fly! There has never been a better time to learn to fly. The Aviation Industry is growing at a very rapid pace. Due to the rapid growth, the need for flight training spans anywhere from Private Pilot personal/business use to global Commercial Airline travel. The positive growth in the Aviation Industry is expected to last for many years to come; making the Aviation Industry a great choice for anyone that is interested in learning to fly! Industry giant Boeing Company is projecting that 804,000 new civil aviation pilots, 769,000 new maintenance technicians, and 914,000 new cabin crew members will be needed to fly and maintain the world fleet over the next 20 years. Click the following link for details of their studies: https://www.boeing.com/commercial/market/pilot-technician-outlook/