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About Matt Miller

Owner/Founder

I learned to fly in 1973 at McComas Airport in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. I worked on my Certificates and attended CMSU university studying for an aviation major. I completed my CFI in 1979 and have been an active instructor since then. After 36 years of flying and over 12,000 hours spent mainly teaching pilots to fly, I maintain a 100% pass rate on check rides. My philosophy has always been to produce knowledgable, safe pilots first and foremost.

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  1. Denny, It was my pleasure to fly with you! In only one flight, we managed to get you back flying without much difficulty after all those years away from the controls. The Sim is a great way to refresh prior to flying the real one, and no we won’t roll the airplane or do knife edge at treetop level, lol, but you will be surprised at how well it transfers . Next step is practicing emergencies! Thanks for writing and I hope this inspires you to get back into it!
    Matt

  2. Denny, It was my pleasure to fly with you! In only one flight, we managed to get you back flying without much difficulty after all those years away from the controls. The Sim is a great way to refresh prior to flying the real one, and no we won’t roll the airplane or do knife edge at treetop level, lol, but you will be surprised at how well it transfers . Next step is practicing emergencies! Thanks for writing and I hope this inspires you to get back into it!
    Matt

  3. I want to thank you, Matt and Bill, for the exceptional treat of reintroducing me to the Bonanza and getting to fly between buildings thru downtown KC in a King Air…without losing my license! Your simulator is a great way to familiarize oneself to the cockpit, experience bird strikes, extreme weather and all those things that a pilot hopes to never experience in the air but to be prepared for because of simulator training.

    I could tell that Matt is an exceptional flight instructor, and for those of you who haven’t experienced this simulator you are missing out big time.

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