Videos by The Flight Academy in Seattle. Our mission is to produce safer, more proficient Cirrus pilots through specialized training of the highest quality.
Sometimes getting up early is worth it. Here we are climbing through 12,000 feet early Saturday morning. You'll see Rainier peeking out of the cloud tops a few seconds in.
The lower right corner should allow an option to see this in HD if you'd like. We'd recommend it!
Flying the VFR arrival into Alpine Wyoming. #CirrusLife Using the Cirrus for a ski adventure is one of the many things this plane was made for. Learning to fly a Cirrus gives you endless possibilities.
Meio-omyio-Ohio! Lots of fun landing on a grass strip (86OH) in the middle of a corn field in Ohio today just outside of Cincinnati! #CirrusLandGreatonGrass What a beautiful day to go flying!
#CirrusLife Wine Country Adventure Tour 2016
Our #CirrusLife Wine Country Adventure tour has drawn to a close. What a fantastic trip- we traveled to amazing places and admired the natural beauty of the country along the way, made new friends, saw a stunning show, went whale watching, had excellent meals, and the best part: we did it all on our own schedule. This is what the Cirrus Life is all about! We have lots more to show you, and will post more pictures from our adventure in the days to come. Thanks to our great group of adventurers for joining us this year. We had a wonderful time with all of you! Want to join us next time, or learn more? Send us a message or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We'd love to have you along!
A pod of Orca Whales that we encountered during our fishing day on our Alaska Adventure trip #cirruslife
#CirrusLife Final dinner of our European Adventure Trip on the terrace at Il Borro, nice view over looking Tuscany.
#CirrusLife Formation flying in Tuscany. Adam Hahn and Philippe Polman, pilots. Video by Ben Kowalski.
#CirrusLife in partnership with The Flight Academy - formation departure out of Il Borro. Pilots are Philippe Polman and Adam Hahn, video by Ben Kowalski. Great morning in Tuscany!
Alaska Adventure day 1. Departing BFI. Its going to be 75 and sunny in Juneau today. Great glacier flying weather.
We got to see the very first production model SF50 do its first flight yesterday. Congratulations to Cirrus Aircraft and all our friends working there!
Sometimes getting up early is worth it. Here we are climbing through 12,000 feet early Saturday morning. You'll see Rainier peeking out of the cloud tops a few seconds in. The lower right corner should allow an option to see this in HD if you'd like. We'd recommend it!
The Flight Academy Alaska Adventure
Join The Flight Academy on our annual Alaska Adventure! You can bring your aircraft or rent one of ours for our guided tour of some of the most beautiful places on the planet. You and a guest will be accompanied by one of our experienced Cirrus expert instructors to keep you safe and help you find all the awesome locales. We'll take care of everything from flight planning to lodging to food and entertainment. Contact us at Info@TheFlightAcademy.com or give us a call at 866 557-1501 for more information. Space is limited to six aircraft per year.
Flying in Grenville Channel with Maura and Barry on our way from Seattle to Ketchikan in the inside passage. Good times.
Lake Mendenhall, Juneau Alaska. Just one of the beautiful places we visit on our Alaska Adventure. Sign up for June 2015 now.
When we do instrument ratings we seek out real clouds. Our Chief Pilot John Fiscus with a client in our G5 FIKI flying in ice and getting ready for an approach.
Here's another low flyby of the Cirrus Jet from last summer. I posted another one similar to this some months ago and came across this as I was clearing out my phone. If you'd like to see this and you're in the Seattle area, let us know and we'll make sure you get an invite when the Cirrus Jet comes back.
Flying over LAX
This video was taken as I flew over LAX in the VFR corridor (Special Flight Rules area) at 4,500 last week. What a view!
Landing a Cirrus SR22 at Telluride in VMC.
This was taken in a Cirrus SR22 in the summer of 2003 landing at Telluride (KTEX).
Landing at Telluride (KTEX) on an IFR approach
This video was taken in 2002 landing at Telluride in a Cirrus SR22. Check out the approach plate.