Alec Myers Flight Training – 


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Lesson structure

Flying lessons are divided into two parts: ground instruction before the flight, and the flight portion of the lesson. (There is a short in-person briefing before we get into the airplane, too.)

Due to the COVID19 situation, I am conducting ground instruction online via video conferencing, in the afternoons. The ground portion of each lesson is about 45 minutes long, and it is where I will teach you what you need to know to carry out the lesson in the air effectively. We will also review our previous lesson and plan a programme for the next flight. The ground instruction is recorded so you can review it on your own before we fly.

Flights take place at Billly Bishop Toronto City Airport the morning after ground instruction. Where weather is a problem, a flight may be delayed, so some flexibility in scheduling is very helpful.


At the moment I have the following weekly teaching slot free and available. If it suits your schedule and you want to book an introductory lesson, let me know.

Fully booked at the moment. If you’d like me to let you know when I have teaching time available, send me an email.

Check for changes, which happen frequently.