Lisa A. Breuer

CFI-AIM, ATP

Certificated Flight Instructor,

Airplane, Instrument and Multi-Engine

Airline Transport Pilot

 

My 152 and I have been teaching flying since 1985.

 

My favorite teaching job is the very beginning levels and tailwheel (I love teaching seat of the pants airmanship and "old school" navigation skills), but have had some interesting teaching jobs which included being the CFI in charge of checkouts for a Navy T-34 when I was an instructor at a Navy Flying Club.

 

Most of my hours of flying have been teaching, outside of a couple summers where I flew Pt 135 ("bush flying" cargo and passengers) out of Cold Bay, Alaska (Aleutian Islands). I've trained and licensed Private pilots through Multi-Engine Flight Instructors.

Jim Breuer

CFI-A

Basic and Advanced Ground Instructor

Commercial Pilot

 

Jim has flying since the mid 80's and teaching flying since 1995. His experience includes Alaska, Idaho's backcountry and local teaching. In addition to his flying, he was a Flight Test Engineer for F-14 and F/A-18 fighters, and also a Software Engineer at HP for 23 years.

Now a retired Engineer, he has returned to his former profession as a full time Flight Instructor. He teaches Private and Commercial flight students, teaches in our weekly ground school, and is available for private tutoring.

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VERY IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING SELF-INSURING AS A RENTER/STUDENT PILOT:

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All Snake River Flying Club LLC aircraft come with Full Hull and Liability insurance coverage.  All rates are wet (include the fuel) and we never charge for headphone rental. It is strongly suggested you purchase your own Renter's Policy for insurance - SRFC LLC carries full insurance for the protection of the LLC and the aircraft owners and instructors, but due to the extremely high cost of rental airplane insurance, we are unable to provide protection for the renters for possible liabilities that might arise.  We apologize for this, but it is an industry-wide problem, post 9/11.