To Contact Us
We are always glad to hear your comments or provide assistance.
You can reach us any of the following ways:
Phone: (234) 567-9257 - Eastern Time (USA).
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org - we respond to emails promptly.
Note: If you are having trouble logging into one of our products, make sure you are going to the correct page. Find Login Pages here.
117 Perimeter Road
Nashua, NH 03063 USA
Bob Nardiello was the "Flight Instructor of the Year" in 2004 and "FAA Safety Counselor of the Year" in 2006 for the Windsor Locks Flight Standards District Office. He has over 12,500 hours of total flight experience, with more than 8,000 hours as a Flight Instructor. He currently holds CFI, CFII, MEI, and ATP ratings and serves as a Designated Pilot Examiner. Bob is the Assistant Chief Flight Instructor at a Part 141 Flight School and is also a seasoned charter pilot flying a Cessna 421 and Citation Ultra.
Wally Moran is a retired airline captain and spent much of his career as a training instructor and check airman on aircraft including the Boeing 747 and 767. He has held a flight instructor certificate for over 50 years. He is a Designated Pilot Examiner for airplanes and gliders and has given over 4000 hours of flight instruction in single engine, multiengine, gliders and seaplanes. Wally has been awarded the FAA Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award and is designated a Master CFI by the National Association of Flight Instructors.
John Krug's 27 years experience as an Air Traffic Controller combined with his experience as an active flight instructor, allow him to assist pilots in gaining a better understanding of the ATC system and how to best operate in it. While with the FAA, he was an On-the-Job-Training Instructor for new controllers and worked as a Quality Assurance Specialist, responsible for conducting in-flight evaluations of the Air Traffic System and investigating accidents and incidents.
Bob Martens is a nationally known speaker, consultant and aviation safety expert. He retired from the FAA after spending 17 years as a Safety Program Manager. In this role, he delivered hundreds of live seminars devoted to General Aviation safety. Bob retired from the USAF (rank of Colonel) in 2000 after 30 years of active and reserve duty. He was an Aircraft Commander in a C-5A and also served as Flying Safety Officer and Chief of Safety with the 439th AirWing. Bob has logged thousands of flight hours in both military and GA aircraft.
Jeff Van West built a career as an aviation writer as the editor of IFR magazine and co-editor of Aviation Consumer. His work has appeared in AOPA Pilot, Flight Training, AVweb and many other outlets. His books include "FSX for Real World Pilots" (co-authored with Kevin Lane-Cummings), which is still a top seller on simulator based training, even eight years after its publication. He’s an experienced flight instructor, with certifications for single- and multi-engine airplanes, seaplanes, and gliders. Jeff was the creator of the first pilot transition programs for new Cirrus aircraft.
Master CFI Tom Turner holds an ATP certificate with instructor, CFII and MEI ratings with a Masters Degree in Aviation Safety. He was the 2010 National FAA Safety Team Representative of the Year and the 2008 FAA Central Region CFI of the Year and has logged over 2,500 hours instructing.
Tom was a Captain in the United States Air Force and has been Lead Instructor for the Bonanza pilot training program at the Beechcraft factory; production test pilot for engine modifications; aviation insurance underwriter; corporate pilot and safety expert. In addition, Tom was a contract course developer for Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. He now directs the education and safety arm of a 9000-member pilots' organization.
Rod Machado has been flying since 1970, instructing since 1973 and has over 8,000 hours of flight time earned the hard way--one CFI hour at a time. Since 1977 he has taught hundreds of flight instructor revalidation clinics and safety seminars and he was named the 1991 "Western Region Flight Instructor of the Year". Rod is the author of some of the most popular books, DVDs and CDs in aviation. You can read his monthly column in AOPA Pilot magazine as well as in Flight Training Magazine.
Doug Stewart was the "National Certificated Flight Instructor of the Year" in 2004. A Master Certified Flight Instructor, Gold Seal Instructor and Designated Pilot Examiner - he is based at the Columbia County Airport (1B1) in Hudson, NY. He owns and operates his own flight school specializing in instrument training and has logged over 8000 hours of dual instruction given, with over 2000 hours of that being instrument instruction. He regularly gives instruction in aircraft as simple as the J-3 Cub, and as complex as the Piper Malibu / Mirage.
Scott Dennstaedt is a nationally known aviation weather expert, having the unique qualifications of being a meteorologist and a CFII. In addition to teaching aviation weather, Scott is a flight instructor in technically advanced aircraft including the Cessna 400/350 and Cirrus SR20 and SR22. He co-developed a recurrent training program for the Cessna Advanced Aircraft Club (CAAC) and the Cirrus Owners and Pilots Association (COPA). Scott is also a contributing editor for IFR magazine and has contributed to Plane & Pilot, Pilot Journal, Aviation Consumer and Twin & Turbine.