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Sky Training, LLC

Nm wrote on 10/9/2018 8:29:05 PM:
Quality of Aircraft 5 Quality of Instruction 5
Availability of Aircraft 5 Availability of Instruction 4
Cleanliness of Aircraft 5 Facility Amenities 5
Community Atmosphere 4 Friendliness of Staff 5
Professionalism of Staff 5 Value of Training 5
Overall Score: 4.8/5

Employee(s) worked with: Tim, Steve, nick,

Reason for visit: Flight Training

I recommend this flight school: Yes

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My Review of Sky Training, LLC:
Nice little flight school, even though my availability to fly wasn’t so flexible, Tim the owner worked very hard to make it work. My main Instructer Steve Woodward was very informative and a pleasure to fly with.
The airport itself is between mountains terrain so its a little bit challenging when it’s windy but this a great help during your journey.


Larry Camden's Executive Flight Training LLC

dcplanedriver wrote on 10/4/2018 5:21:20 AM:
Quality of Aircraft 3 Quality of Instruction 2
Availability of Aircraft 3 Availability of Instruction 3
Cleanliness of Aircraft 3 Facility Amenities 3
Community Atmosphere 4 Friendliness of Staff 4
Professionalism of Staff 2 Value of Training 2
Overall Score: 2.9/5

Employee(s) worked with: Larry

Reason for visit: Flight Training

I recommend this flight school: No

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My Review of Larry Camden's Executive Flight Training LLC:
This is the most horrible flight training experience I have ever been through in all my decades of flying! Getting sales information or schedule commitments was like pulling teeth - which also resulted in two extra unplanned days to get a check ride scheduled. No formal syllabus. No appreciation and exploitation of the skill level of the customer/student. Laughable pre-flight and post-flight briefings. Multi-engine trainer had multiple items INOP - although sales material would lead you to believe everything is functional. Aircraft checklist is amateurish. It is unprofessional and unethical to have to pay for the owner's time to assist him in unhangaring and hangaring the airplane you are about to rent. Likewise, it was ridiculous to be charged for Larry's full time to loiter during the check ride, when his presence was not required. And one should not be charged for "BS" sessions and coffee breaks! Multiple billing and logbook errors. Slow to provide invoices. And be prepared to spend every lunch with him as you stop at Front Range for fuel.

How this guy made "Flight Instructor of the Year" is beyond my understanding. To advertise this as advanced instruction is borderline fraud. The ATP program had as much sophistication as an introductory flight.

Berichi Aviation

Marcolami wrote on 7/11/2018 9:14:31 PM:
Quality of Aircraft 5 Quality of Instruction 5
Availability of Aircraft N/A Availability of Instruction 5
Cleanliness of Aircraft 5 Facility Amenities 5
Community Atmosphere 5 Friendliness of Staff 5
Professionalism of Staff 5 Value of Training 5
Overall Score: 5/5

Employee(s) worked with: Daniel Diamond, Tyler and Charlie Berichi

Reason for visit: Flight Training

I recommend this flight school: Yes

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My Review of Berichi Aviation:
I would definetely recommend anybody Berichi School. The staff is nice, welcoming, professional and honest! Prices are affordable and much cheaper than Europe! Experience with them simply unforgettable! Everything went according to plans and the staff did everything to make us feel comfortable and helped us out! Looking forward to coming back in November!
Marco Lami &a Nuno Gabriel

Berichi Aviation

richardmx5 wrote on 6/29/2018 7:27:04 PM:
Quality of Aircraft 5 Quality of Instruction 5
Availability of Aircraft 5 Availability of Instruction 5
Cleanliness of Aircraft 5 Facility Amenities 5
Community Atmosphere 5 Friendliness of Staff 5
Professionalism of Staff 5 Value of Training 5
Overall Score: 5/5

Employee(s) worked with: Charlie Berichi, Chad Barber

Reason for visit: Aircraft Rental

I recommend this flight school: Yes

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Great Staff
Aircraft in great shape
Professional instructors
Schedule availability
Nice Airport.

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My Review of Berichi Aviation:
Berichi Aviation is based a KFXE and operate from W Aviation FBO, the staff is great easy going and professional, i talked to Charlie Berichi For a Flight in their Extra 300, my schedule was really tight but he arranged instructor and aircraft for my needs.
Flew with Chad Barber Competition Aerobatic Instructor and had an amazing Flight, Chad is Really professional and knows a lot, he is a really good instructor and the aircraft really well.
All their airplanes are in excellent condition and well taken care.
Their Staff is friendly and Fun to hang around.
i would definitely recommend you Berichi Aviation for your Flights!
Their EXTRA is amazing! best plane to fly and the funnest!


ADF Airways

Carlos wrote on 6/14/2018 4:17:59 AM:
Quality of Aircraft 4 Quality of Instruction 4
Availability of Aircraft 4 Availability of Instruction 4
Cleanliness of Aircraft 4 Facility Amenities 4
Community Atmosphere 1 Friendliness of Staff 1
Professionalism of Staff 1 Value of Training 3
Overall Score: 3/5

Employee(s) worked with: Don't remember

Reason for visit: Flight Training

I recommend this flight school: No

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My Review of ADF Airways:
I paid a deposit to this academy and it was not returned, they just cancels visa of international students to keep their deposits. Be careful with this academy. They are not so professionals management staff barely speak some words in English, hope you don't experience something's like that.,


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