Light Sport Aircraft flying, instruction and sales....in Alaska, where the adventure begins!
"The exhilaration of flying is too keen, the pleasure too great, for it to be neglected as a sport." --Orville Wright
Upcoming EAA, and Sport Aviation Events in Anchorage
-See www.eaa42.org for more info.
"We are the Sport Pilot guys!"
The Alaska Sport Pilot Center is a consortium of experienced USUA Certified Sport Pilot Instructors who offer introductory flights, instruction, and professional ground school training in weightshift and tri-axis aircraft, on wheels, skis or floats, in Alaska.
Centered around flying at Birchwood Airport to locations like Birchwood, Girdwood, Palmer, Wasilla and Big Lake we have a dramatic background to fly in. Our goal is to offer thorough ground and flight instruction with safety as the underlying goal of all flights in Light Sport, and Experimental Light Sport Aircraft.
The conditions at Birchwood located 23 miles from downtown Anchorage are mild and offer some of the best flying, soaring and sport flying in the U.S.
Later this year we will offer Sport Pilot FAA certified instruction but are also United States Ultralight Association- Basic Flight Instructors for those wishing instruction under FAR Part 103 air vehicles.
Flight instructor and photographer Rob Stapleton wants to teach you how to fly Light Sport Aircraft in a safe and legal manner.
Member of the Experimental Aircraft Association, Rob has over 15 years of flying experience in and around the Anchorage, Chugach State Park, and the Matanuska-Susitna Valley. Rob is also the Birchwood Airport Support Network volunteer for AOPA. If you have any questions or concerns please contact him at email@example.com
"Wow, that was awesome! Flying in one of these aircraft over Alaska gives you a whole new perspective on life, and where we live. I encourage all of my photography students to fly with these guys." Johnathon Green, Starlight Studios, Anchorage Alaska
"I believe this type of flying is easy to learn, and inexpensive compared to traditional general aviation flying. And you can get licensed in as little as 20 hours, " Rob Stapleton, Sport Pilot Instructor, Newsletter editor of EAA Chapter 42, Anchorage
Instructors can be reached by phone at the numbers below. If you are from out-of-state please feel free to e-mail us at the electronic address links, or submit our Feedback form in this website.
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