Flight Instruction Rates
$ 90 /hr.
- Personalized 1 on 1 Lessons
- Club Member
- Best Value
$ 110 /hr.
- Personalized 1 on 1 Lessons
- Non Club Member
- Aircraft Owners
- No Commitment
Half Day Rate
$ 400 /1/2 Day.
- Personalized 1 on 1 Lessons
- 4 Hours of Instruction
- Ferry Pilot Services
- Intensive Training
Full Day Rate
$ 600 /Day.
- Personalized 1 on 1 Lessons
- 8 Hours of Instruction
- Ferry Pilot Services
- Intensive Training
Meet Your Professional Flight Instructor
Trever – Owner
He is the visionary behind what makes Inflight such a great place to fly. His flying experience started all over the country. He has numerous hours of mountain flying experience and a serious passion for teaching. Trever earned his Flight Instructor ratings by age 20 and in just 2 years he earned his FAA Gold Seal designation. He became a flight school owner at 23 years old and loves spreading his passion for aviation with others. He has an Aviation Education background from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University and is always hungry for more knowledge in the Aviation world. In addition to his flight instructor certificates he also holds Advanced Ground and Instrument Ground instructor certificates.
Benjamin – Chief Pilot
at Inflight Pilot Training. He works hard to ensure a safe, professional, and competent staff are working hard to give the best flight instruction in the Midwest. Benjamin has been fascinated by aviation and airplanes from a young age. Upon graduating high school, he attended LeTourneau University in Longview, TX, completing a degree in Aviation with a concentration in Mission Aviation. Benjamin has instructed in Texas and Minnesota for years across a range of aircraft types including Single-Engine, Multi-Engine, Tailwheel, High Performance, and Technically Advanced Aircraft. He is a Cirrus Standardized Instructor Pilot, FAA Gold Seal Instructor, and currently has over 3,000 hours, with over 2,500 hours of flight instruction given.
In addition to a relaxed and joyful approach to being a flight instructor, Benjamin is a certificated Airframe & Powerplant aircraft mechanic who enjoys working on the aircraft as well as flight instructing.
Dan – Check Airman
Instrument students at IFT at the MSP INTL Airport. He also served as a factory demonstration pilot for Bellanca Aircraft for many years. With over 12,000 hours of flight time Dan and over 50 years as an Aviator he has a vast amount of knowledge to share! Dan is available part time to do simulator work for IFR students, flight reviews, aircraft owner recurrent training, and technical ground lessons. He also holds the prestigious Master Pilot award from the FAA and is a life long flight instructor.
Jeremy – Assistant Chief Pilot
Jeremy combined his passion with the outdoors as an Eagle Scout and pursued work in the Natural Resources Aviation field, as well as taking business classes at the U of M Crookston. From Crookston Jeremy moved to Mankato to earn his Commercial Multiengine and flight instructor ratings, and now has a B.S. in Profession Flight. He currently has over 2400 hours of flight time and has greatly enjoyed teaching for the past 3 years with all levels of pilots.Highlights of his aviation career include passing on his passion for piloting to his students, flying with friends and family, and a professional internship with Walmart’s Corporate Flight Department flying in Lear 45s.
John – Instructor
at the Minneapolis Saint Paul International Airport when he was 19 years old. Every night he would watch airplanes come and go but never thought a career doing something like that was attainable to him until he came to Inflight Pilot Training for his first discovery flight in 2016. Since then, John has worked through all his flight ratings and earned his CFI certification in 2018. John has 6 years of military service in the Army National Guard and is a Public Relations major at Metropolitan State University in Saint Paul. His warm personality, passion for teaching and friendly disposition make him adaptable to various individual learning styles.
Ambyr – Instructor
The experience she gained helped point her towards a Mechanical Engineering degree. Regretfully, “adulting” ate too much time and her flying was put on hold. Ambyr spent her pre-flight instruction career in automotive and aerospace, most recently working in quality, engineering and procurement for Gulfstream and Boeing aircraft.
Upon taking that first step back into a seat of a Cessna 152 she knew she needed to make aviation her career. She absolutely loves flight instructing and helping students reach their personal flying goals.
In her spare time Ambyr volunteers with Big Brothers Big Sisters, works on a 1915 Steam Engine and is a social coordinator of sorts for friends & family.
David – Instructor
He originally attended St. Cloud State for a B.S. in Aviation, but for various reasons pursued a B.S. in Environmental Science instead. After college, David worked for many years as an environmental chemist specializing in water quality. However, in May 2018, David decided to leave behind his 9-5 job and pursued his lifelong dream to fly full-time. In just 6 short months, David went from his First Solo to Flight Instructor all through Inflight. David has a laid back style but knows how to challenge people to meet their personal goals. He’s excited to share his passion of aviation with students to help them make their dreams a reality.
Colin – Instructor
Growing up flying with his grandfather in a 1947 Aeronca Chief taildragger, Colin has always had a passion for aviation.
After getting his bachelor’s degree in Marketing from St. Cloud State University, Colin pursued a professional career in sales and marketing. After a few years, he started to realize he was enjoying flying in airplanes more than staring at a computer screen. It was at this point he started to consider a career change. After obtaining his private pilot license from Inflight, he went on to train in the Cirrus SR20 before heading to Arizona for the winter to get his instrument and commercial ratings. Once finished, he decided to come back to instruct at Inflight, the place where it all started.
In addition to his instrument, commercial single- and multi-engine ratings, he also obtained his tailwheel endorsement in a Piper Super Cub. Colin looks forward to exposing more people to the joys and fun of general aviation at Inflight.
Ian – Instructor
He’s been a certificated pilot since 2013 and attended Montana State University for Mechanical Engineering. After graduating, he worked through his remaining ratings and became a flight instructor in 2019. He has extensive airport work experience from airline fueling, baggage handling, and overall line service at a variety of airports.
In his free time, Ian enjoys running, cross country skiing, and spending as much time outdoors as possible!
Matt – Instructor
He knew early on that aviation was going to be a big part of his life, from repeated visits with his dad to Airventure in Oshkosh, to learning about aviation and what it takes to become a pilot from his mom, who was working as a flight attendant. After receiving his BS in Supply Chain from the U of M, Matt worked the corporate 9-5 for a few years and found that flying on the side simply wasn’t enough time in the air. After that realization, Matt took the plunge into aviation full-time, quitting his job and moving to Denver, where he received his Instrument Rating, Commercial Single, and Commercial Multi Engine certificates as well as his CFI and CFII. Matt loves to fly to new airports to grab a “$100 Hamburger” and looks forward to spreading his passion for aviation through instructing, EAA Young Eagles flights, and other local engagement activities.
TJ – Instructor
from the University of Minnesota, TJ continued his professional career working in the motorsport and automotive industry. After a few of years of working at a desk with a 9 to 5 schedule, he decided it was time for a change that was a bit more adventurous that still included the mechanical side from the automotive world he has always had a passion for. TJ decided it was time for change of career paths and started looking more into the world of aviation and becoming a professional pilot. He decided to move to Chicago where he received his Private, Instrument, and Commercial ratings, and then down south to Phoenix, AZ and Las Vegas, NV to finish up his CFI, CFII, and MEI ratings. Upon completion of obtaining his Flight Instructor license, he returned back up to MN where he grew up with friends and family and joined the InFlight Team. TJ looks forward to continue developing his aviation experience while sharing his knowledge with those who enjoy the same interests within the aviation community.
Ayomide – Instructor
Spending summers with his uncle and cousins, he got to experience first hand what life with airplanes looks like. Ayomide found awe and great fun in aviation, so when the opportunity arose to pursue a career in the field, he took the chance. Ayomide attended the University of Dubuque, a private 4 year college in Iowa with an aviation department. There, he pursued his dream of being a pilot getting his Private and Commercial certificate along with his Instrument, and Multi-Engine rating. After graduating from the University of Dubuque, he moved back to the Twin Cities where he acquired his CFI. After his CFI training, he spent six months playing football (soccer) in England and backpacking Europe for a month, before turning toward his flying career full-time.
Ben – Instructor
Ben enjoys all aspects of flying, especially the technical.
Ben grew up reading tomes of aviation history, and as an avid LEGO builder he set out to become an Aerospace Engineer. Technology interests in high school and college caused him to take a detour from aviation. Receiving his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Maryland, Ben went to work for the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab for three years. Looking for a change in lifestyle, he thought “whatever happened to aviation?” Moving from MD to MN, Ben conducted all of his training in-house at Inflight Pilot Training and hasn’t looked back. As a CFI, Ben is affable and draws on his college experiences as a Resident Assistant to provide individual instruction and advice. Plus, the engineer in him loves answering students’ technical questions.
Sara – Instructor
It wasn’t until she was eighteen she realized she wanted to be a pilot. Flying started out as a hobby for Sara, but after a few semesters of studying to be a Physical Therapist, the “hobby” turned into something much more. After getting her private pilot certificate at Inflight, she attended Liberty University to pursue degrees in Aeronautics: Global Studies and Unmanned Aerial Systems. While she was there she fell more in love with General Aviation and its community. When she is not flying, she is out on the lake with friends or reading up on the most recent aviation news.
Tim – Instuctor
Mark – Instructor
Mark has always had an interest in being a pilot since his father took him to air-shows at a very young age. After high school Mark took his aviation interest to another level by becoming a flight attendant. His desire began to grow when he had the opportunity to sit in the cockpit and watch the pilots take off and land in a Boeing 737. After spending 2 years at Sun Country Airlines as a flight attendant, Mark had gained great mentors amongst the pilot community – which lead him to pursue his ratings at Inflight. He completed everything in-house and went from zero time to CFII within 18 months. Mark is eager to share his aviation knowledge and exciting experience with the Inflight community.
Colin H – Instructor
out of pure curiosity. He attended Gustavus Adolphus College where he played four years of college hockey and received a bachelor’s degree in Financial Economics. Both his parents have worked in aviation for over 30 years and it was only a matter of time before he would follow suit. After working a few internships in finance, the standard 9-5 job was not going to be enough to spark his interests. Soon after that realization, Colin dove into pursuing aviation full-time while working as a line technician here at Flying Cloud. Over the next 18 months, Colin earned his certificates and ratings at Inflight and the rest is history. He is excited to continue learning and sharing his passion for flying with the Inflight community. When he is not flying airplanes, Colin enjoys backpacking with his family and playing his guitar.
Ben R – Instructor
with multiple family members being involved in the industry, and took his first flight at just 3 months old. After receiving his bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of New Hampshire, he moved down to Savannah and worked an office job for a year before his wife accepted a job that moved them back to the Twin Cities where he grew up. Ben didn’t want to return to the 9 to 5 life and decided to dive head first into a career as a Pilot, something he had always wanted to do. He completed all of his licenses and ratings at Inflight Pilot Training while also working as a line technician at Flying Cloud. He looks forward to passing on his knowledge and passion for flying to others, while recalling on experiences from flying in various parts of the country. When Ben isn’t flying, he enjoys exploring restaurants and breweries with his wife and dog for the best beer and chicken wings, or watching and playing hockey and lacrosse.