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Leadville Colorado

Flight Training

FAA licensed training instructors ready to teach you how to fly in the mountains of Colorado

FAA Certified Instruction

Our flight instructors are all licensed by the FAA to train, so 100% qualified. They are qualified to teach students to become private pilots. They can also train current pilots for their commercial rating and instrument ratings.

Club Membership Required

Student pilots must join club before solo flights. Leadville Flying Club recently started to help aspiring pilots get their training locally without going to Denver. This is an Incredible opportunity to learn to fly out of Leadville Colorado, beautiful Rocky Mountain views and not much air traffic.

Trans Alps Adventure

FAA Licensed Flight Trainers

Jason Biller

Jason began his career as an Automotive technician. Jason worked for Cadillac and subsequently became licensed as a Career and Technical Education instructor. Teaching in both Colorado and Oregon. After working for Caterpillar and Ford Motor Company as a training instructor and Master technician, Jason decided to pursue his Pilot career full time. Jason Instructs for the United States Air Force Academy Aero Club as a part 141 instructor, Jeppesen/Boeing Flying association and Leadville Flying club. He specifically provides mountain flight instruction. Over 80% of Jason’s flying experience is in the Colorado or California mountains. Jason loves airplane camping. Jason is a passionate CFI that is constantly trying to provide his clients with the most up to date personalized instruction. 

Dean Mason

Dean grew up locally in the valley, where he started his passion for aviation working at Central Colorado Regional Airport while in high school. After moving back with a degree in Applied Aviation Science, he has since aimed to make flight training accessible in the Arkansas Valley. He now instructs full-time to fill the need for private, instrument, and commercial flight training. Dean also does recurrency, flight reviews, instrument proficiency checks, and mountain flying instruction.

Aircraft Available for Training

1963 Cessna 182F

All glass Dynon Avionics including synthetic vision, ads-b traffic in and out, moving maps, fully coupled autopilot, current charts for IFR, and completely certified for instrument flight. Updated interior, paint and a fresh 230 horsepower Lycoming 470 powerplant. This is an excellent aircraft to fly in the mountains with a lot of power and useful load.

2016 Cirrus SR22T

All glass Garmin Perspective avionics, autopilot, 310 horsepower twin turbo continental 550 motor. Built in oxygen system will allow you to cruise up to 25,000 feet in elevation.