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Alex De Dominicis


There will be a rate change as of June 1st, 2021. This is necessary due to increase in insurance premiums and operating expenses. Therefore, please visit the “Cost tab” for updated rates. Thank you.


Revised May-27-2021

me with 7lvII

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All the RV’s have Air-conditioning
by Airflow-Systems 


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I Have Trained Numerous Future RVers

63% of the pilots I have trained are professionals; airline and military pilots. They understand the benefit of RV transition training for their safety. One of these pilots stated, “Every time I flew a new aircraft I spent many hours of training; this is the most important airplane in my life, my personal airplane, I could not see flying it without proper training.”

I have over 2,900 hours of RV time; began giving flight training in 1991 in the Chicago Area, and have been a Van’s insurance-preferred RV flight trainer since 2001. My first RV was completed in 1998. I did not anticipate that my wonderful flight machines would end up being used as a tool for others’ flying safety.

This is not my full-time job; rather, it is my passion. I am a Check Airman for the FAA and before that, an Air Traffic Controller at the Fort Worth Center for 22 years. I live at Eagles Nest, a fly in community just 23 miles south of Dallas.

Here is what one pilot said:

 Alex,  I just arrived home from the training we did today.  I really appreciate your approach to instruction.  I intentionally did not tell you today that I am a CFII for two reasons.  The first was that I did not want to influence your evaluation of my flying (being a CFI means that I am suppose to be able to teach not necessarily be an ace pilot!).   The second was that if I did perform poorly I did not want to be doubly embarrassed.  I have taken a lot of flight training and given some too.  In my experience with flight instructors I would put you up at the top. 

I really appreciate the way you look at the safety of the flight.  Upon completion of the training I feel perfectly comfortable flying an RV-6 or RV-6A (I am building a 6A as you know).  We both realize that flying is a continuous learning process.  Your instruction was an excellent transition from the world of Cessna flying to the world of RV flying.  I appreciate the clarity of instruction and the good judgment you displayed. 

I highly recommend your transition training. 

George V. Goff

COL, USA (Ret)

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RV Flight Training with
Alex De Dominicis.