Private Pilot Ground School offered at WACO
“Sometimes, flying feels too godlike to be attained by man. Sometimes, the world from above seems too beautiful, too wonderful, too distant for human eyes to see.” –Charles A. Lindbergh
Whether you are young or old, this is a great time to consider general aviation. Join with famous aviators including Charles Lindbergh, Bessie Coleman, the Wright brothers, and so many more as you begin your flight journey at WACO Air Museum in the Golden Age of Aviation. WACO Air Museum offers Flight Ground School; so, if you just can’t get your head out of the clouds, come and begin your journey with us.
A new session of ground school will begin April 6th and will be taught on Tuesday and Thursday nights at WACO Air Museum from 6:00- 8:30 p.m. for 11 consecutive sessions. Pete Demers, instructor for the ground school, brings a wealth of experience in aviation education that spans the last 15 years. Pete has over 4000 flight hours as a flight instructor, has managed an FAA-approved Part 141 Flight School as chief flight instructor, served as pilot and company flight instructor for a part 135 charter operator in the Piper Navajo/Chieftain, and was selected as the FAA’s Flight Instructor of the Year for the Southern Region in 2013. His teaching style is much appreciated by his students. Pete is currently employed by PSA Airlines.
Please visit www.wacoairmuseum.org, under the LEARN tab, for information, class materials, and online registration. Or…call 937-335-9226.
We’ll see you in the sky soon!