Clark is recognized as a leader in Canadian flight training. In 2005, he was honored with the David Charles Abramson Flight Instructor Safety Award. He is a Class 1 Instructor who is also a Pilot Examiner for Transport Canada and Authorized Person. Clark was instrumental in the development of the BCIT Airline & Flight Operations program and developed the training regimen for this diploma program. When Clark isn't at the Club, he can be found doing "guy" stuff such as hunting, fishing, camping and boating.
Paul is the second of three generations of commercial pilots. Stories of Uncle Ted flying Spitfires over Britain in WW2 ignited his passion for aviation. From the beginning, the focus of Paul?s instructing career has been on delivering that all important first 50 hours of instruction. His understanding, focus and passion is instilled in every instructor he trains. Those 3,000 minutes of coaching often determines the outcome of an event 3,000 hours later.
As a flight instructor, my job is simply to share the wonder of flight with my students and help them take their first steps into the larger world of aviation.
Flying represents barriers overcome. There can be numerous barriers to getting your license whether it's for fun or a career. My job is to make sure that learning how to be a safe and skilled pilot is not one of those barriers!
I can't wait to share my knowledge and experience with you. Come hear my stories of instructing on Ultralights, and learn how I started as a Ramp Agent and worked my way up to piloting a Shorts 360. Begin your own experience today by booking a flight, I'll be thrilled to get you started!
After watching my brother pursue his career in aviation, I was inspired to do the same simply because I saw how amazing flying could be. It is challenging and exhilarating every time I go up in the air which makes this career a perfect choice for me. Being a flight instructor combines my love of travel and my passion for flying while giving others the opportunity to experience the excitement of aviation. My objective as a flight instructor is to create a fun, safe, and interesting learning environment so that everyone has the ability to meet their goals and exceed their expectations.
Travelling a lot as a kid, flying was always something that had deeply interested and excited me. Choosing a career in aviation was a natural choice, allowing me to experience the indescribable feeling of flight and travel to new and exotic places. As a flight instructor, my role is to make your experience a fun, safe and exciting one every time you go fly. No matter what your reason for flying is, I hope to help you reach or exceed your goals. Hope to see you soon!
It would be my privilege to inspire you to become a pilot like I have. This dream has come in many forms. The "buzz" I get from flying is hard for me to explain! However, I now realize the journey of becoming a pilot is also the art of instructing. I love sharing my knowledge, skills and attitude of how to become a pilot. I was fascinated by airplanes from an early age and knew that one day I would be a pilot! The "road of least resistance" led me to a very conservative career path that left me unfulfilled in my native Brazil. I liked my career, but I did not love it like I do flying. Knowing that my destiny was to fly I started my flight training while still in Brazil. I moved to Canada and it was here that I achieved my pilot and instructor licenses.
Let me help you fulfill your dream like I have mine. Let's go flying!
When I was a kid, I traveled a lot with my parents and I fell in love with flying and travelling. At the age of 18 I left France to become a pilot in the country where there is the best training in the world. Flying is an amazing experience, and I can't wait to share this passion, and teach the knowledge required to become a successful and safe pilot.
The sky as no limit, as do our dreams.
I first started flying back in summer of 2011. It was here at Pacific Flying Club that I completed my first solo, Private Pilot License, Commercial Pilot License, Multi Engine Rating, Multi Engine Instrument Rating and Instructor Rating.
As a flight instructor, my job is to break down the complexities of flying into an easy and enjoyable experience. Whether you're looking to fly as a career or as a hobby, I can help you achieve your goals and realize your dreams.
Learning to fly is an exciting way to challenge yourself. There is nothing more gratifying than meeting that challenge - be it a first flight, first solo, or a receiving pilot's license. Let me use my passion and knowledge as flight instructor to help you become a safe, skilled pilot. Let's go flying!
Marcel has received training in aviation from both Europe and Canada. As an instructor, he has had the opportunity to train with students from all over Canada and many different parts of the world. His passion for aviation has currently led him to a career in flight instruction. What keeps Marcel motivated is the sense of satisfaction and accomplishment when he sees students achieve their goals and dreams. With his expertise and support, Marcel guides students through a process that will mold them into professional, and most importantly, safe pilots. All while ensuring the flying experience is still exciting and enjoyable.
Being a 4th generation pilot in my family made my transition into the aviation industry natural. Of course with any career there will be hurdles to cross that lay between you and your final goal. I hope to be able to contribute in starting your aviation career or aid in the continuation of one. Working as a flight instructor is incredibly rewarding watching students constantly progress; I hope to leave a unique and lasting effect in each students' training while proctoring a safe teaching environment.=
I never saw being a pilot as an option for me until a few years ago. It was the best decision I've ever made booking that first flight. Since then, the journey has been exhilarating, challenging, and rewarding. Now as an instructor I will help you through that journey so you can turn that dream into reality. It just starts with booking that first flight!
9-5 jobs were not my thing. So I decided to start flying in 2010, chasing a childhood dream of traveling and flying through the open skys. Every day I jump into a plane and take off I am reminded how lucky I am to be a part of such an exhilarating industry.