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Place Category: Flight SchoolPlace Tags: california and new york
I started renting planes from AIA about a year ago (2015). I switched AIA because they maintain their fleet well, and when you show up at the airport, your plane is fueled and ready to go. At other FBO’s in the area, you’ll have to taxi to the pumps, add fuel and probably oil, by the time you do all that you’ve wasted a half hour of your time and smell like av-gas. The staff at AIA is first class, very accommodating and friendly, they obviously value customer service. My only complaint is that the choice of aircraft at Riverside is very limited, I wish they would keep one of their complex aircraft at KRAL. Yelp, Username: Jim A
I Was a flight instructor for many years and Started flying again. Did my review with Mike Hall. Great instructor. Planes are decent , typical rental aircraft, safe. pricing is competitive. Was checked out in their Arrow, 182 RG and 172. Chino is a good place to learn . I would recommend this place for prospective students. Safe Flying! Yelp, Username: David W
My wife surprised me with a starter lesson pack for a private pilots license this past March. I’ve been taking instruction from H.L. Stephens and he has taken me a long way. I soloed in July and am on track to get certified before the end of this year. This place has been awesome and very friendly to deal with. If you’re considering aiming for a private pilots license or anything thereafter, this place is worth considering. They also have a presence in Riverside and I hear that they might be expanding to another local airport. They also have a pilot supply shop at Brackett (KPOC) which I visit regularly. Yelp, Username: Scott B
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