Wallkill River Aviation
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Pilots

Frank Riess

    Frank Riess has been flying since the early 1970's when he was 19 years old.   Frank has owned more than 15 airplanes in his lifetime and currently owns a Beech Bonanza, a Cessna 172 Amphibian and an Aeronca Champ.  As an FAA Designated Flight Examiner with over eight thousand hours of flying experience Frank is here to help.  Whether you are  a primary student, a licensed pilot looking to add an instrument or commercial rating or want to have some fun adding a seaplane rating or tail wheel endorsement Frank has the experience and enthusiasm to help you reach your goals.

Floatplane Syllabus

Below you will find the training syllabus, study guide, and general information for the Cessna 172N. This infomation should be reviewed before your first flight. 172 Amphibious Flight Manual Syllabus / Study Notes Training Guide

Trevor Hill

     Trevor Hill started flying in his teenage years, now with 14 years of flying experience he has accumulated thousands of flight hours. Licensing including commercial pilot, single and multi-engine land, single engine sea with instrument privileges, and Flight Instructor. Endorsements include: High performance, high altitude, complex aircraft, tail dragger, and spin training. Trevor has worked as a commercial pilot in Alaska for a Part 135 operation made popular on discovery channels show “Flying Wild Alaska”. But after four thrilling years in Alaska, he is now back in the Hudson Valley ready to share his experience and expertise.

Tailwheel Training

Below you will find some addition information about our 1946 Aeronca Champ 7AC. General Info on the Champ Champ Specs Champ 7AC - Pilot Operating Handbook
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Pilots

Frank Riess

    Frank Riess has been flying since the early 1970's when he was 19 years old.   Frank has owned more than 15 airplanes in his lifetime and currently owns a Beech Bonanza, a Cessna 172 Amphibian and an Aeronca Champ.  As an FAA Designated Flight Examiner with over eight thousand hours of flying experience Frank is here to help.  Whether you are  a primary student, a licensed pilot looking to add an instrument or commercial rating or want to have some fun adding a seaplane rating or tail wheel endorsement Frank has the experience and enthusiasm to help you reach your goals.

Floatplane Syllabus

Below you will find the training syllabus, study guide, and general information for the Cessna 172N. This infomation should be reviewed before your first flight. 172 Amphibious Flight Manual Syllabus / Study Notes Training Guide

Trevor Hill

     Trevor Hill started flying in his teenage years, now with 14 years of flying experience he has accumulated thousands of flight hours. Licensing including commercial pilot, single and multi-engine land, single engine sea with instrument privileges, and Flight Instructor. Endorsements include: High performance, high altitude, complex aircraft, tail dragger, and spin training. Trevor has worked as a commercial pilot in Alaska for a Part 135 operation made popular on discovery channels show “Flying Wild Alaska”. But after four thrilling years in Alaska, he is now back in the Hudson Valley ready to share his experience and expertise.

Tailwheel Training

Below you will find some addition information about our 1946 Aeronca Champ 7AC. General Info on the Champ Champ Specs Champ 7AC - Pilot Operating Handbook