The Rocky Mountain Flight Training Center is a United States Air Force Aero Club serving the greater Colorado Springs community. Membership is open to active duty, active reserve, National Guard, and retired military personnel. Dependents of military personnel, base contractors, and Civil Air Patrol members are also welcome to join. For more information contact the RMFTC Club Manager at the number listed above or email him.
Club Members. The Joint Travel Regulations allow you to use aeroclub aircraft for temporary duty travel. Consult the JTR (Volume 1, Sections U3005 and U3210), your Service regulations or instructions, or contact the club manager for more information.
Prospective Members. Rather talk with a club member than browse the club web pages. Please call 719.556.9685 and leave a message (please include your phone number and repeat it to ensure we copy it down correctly). A club member will contact you within 24 hours.
NEEDED, Full-time Flight Instructor for Long Standing USAF/FAA Part 141 Flight School. QUALIFICATIONS: Certificated Flight Instructor, Certificated Instrument Flight Instructor. Attention to details is a must, willing to work 5 to 6 days a week, for Primary and Advanced flight and Ground Instruction, Single Engine Land and Multiengine Land instructor preferred, but not mandatory. FAA part 141 experience preferred, but not mandatory. Must be willing to learn the ropes of a highly regarded and respected Flight School. No guaranteed hours, but you will be busy. Certificates that you will be instructing in: Rotor to Fixed Wing add on, Private Pilot, Instrument Airplane Rating, Commercial Ratings SEL and MEL, Commercial SEL and MEL add-on’s, Multiengine ATP. $25.00 per hour to start for any flight or ground instruction. Raises upon one year of satisfactory completion of employment. You will be a contractor for the Rocky Mountain USAF Flight Training Center, which is an Air Force Aero Club. We currently have 12 aircraft in our fleet; One Army Guard T-42A/ Beech Baron B-55 with coldmill conversion engines (300 HP per side), one Piper Seneca I, two Cessna R-182’s (Retractable Gear), one Cessna 172M with 180 HP engine (Full IFR ), two Cessna R-172E’s (T-41B) 210 HP full IFR trainers, five R-172E’s ( T-41C ) 210 HP, 2 seat, primary trainers. Please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 719-556-4310.
NEW AFI! AFI 34-117 (dated Oct 2014). The standardization test for this AFI has not been re-written yet. However, please familiarize yourself with the new regulation. Once the standardization has been re-written, it will be posted and the new AFI will become the replacement regulation. For the new regulation click here.