25 Years of professional
|Specializing in Advanced Flight Instruction for Aircraft Owners
CFII, MEI, ATP
MORE THAN 25 YEARS
OF FULL-TIME PROFESSIONAL FLIGHT INSTRUCTION EXPERIENCE, INCLUDING:
15 Years training
flight crews with Japan
Erin spent a decade and-a-half, training professional airline crews in
Northern California, using standardized,
professional training methods in high-Performance reciprocating and
turboprop aircraft, and full-motion simulators.
Many of her former students are now
flying as captains on Boeing 747 and 767’s
Instructor for iFly, Training in G-1000 Columbia 350’s
Trained and certified at the Columbia Factory in Bend, Oregon, Erin has accumulated 500 hours of Technically
Advanced Aircraft experience,
including new owner Standardized Transition
Training, Refresher Courses,
BFR’s, Recurrency Training, and Glass-Cockpit Instrument Training.
Training, Introductory Aerobatics Training
After earning her Private Pilot
Certificate in 1981, Erin accomplished a Taildragger and Aerobatics
transition course in a Citabria, and has been in love with the sport ever
since! She has taught basic aerobatics in Citabrias, Decathlons, and Cubs,
as well as Japan
Airlines’ Swiss-built Bravo, since 1987.
Award – Winning Globe
In 1987, Erin
purchased a 1946 Globe Swift, N3304K. Though flyable at the time, it had suffered from many years of
spent years restoring it to its current Award-Winning condition, and has flown it around the country and as far as Tennessee.
Daughter of a private Pilot, Erin caught the flying
bug at an early age. She began flying in
1981 at Southern California’s Van Nuys
airport. She bought her first airplane
at age 25, and has owned it ever since. Erin has been a career flight instructor since 1983, and
has given more than 4,500 hours of dual flight instruction in nearly 50 makes and models of single and multiengine aircraft.
25 Years of
professional instructional experience
Southern California at Van Nuys, Burbank,
Whiteman, Camarillo and Santa Paula