Every seat's a window seat on BruceAir
For directions, you can contact the Galvin Flying Services flight school at 206-763-0350.
To download a promotional flyer about stall/spin/upset training and aerobatic rides at BruceAir, click this link (.pdf).
And I also hang out virtually with the friendly crowd at PacificNorthwestFlying.com.
I’m usually available to fly both weekdays and weekends. Obviously, aerobatic rides and stall/spin/upset training require better-than-average flying weather, so if there’s any doubt about the forecast, please check in with me the day of your flight.
(If you’re curious about the latest local aviation weather reports and forecasts, check out the excellent summary of local aviation weather provided by the Seattle office of the National Weather Service.)
Galvin is the oldest full-service FBO in Seattle. For more information about flight training at Galvin, including estimated costs, check out the Flight Training Brochure, available on the flight school website.
The street address for the flight school is:
Note that the flight school is located about 200 yards north of the Galvin Executive Terminal (where the business jets park). The flight school building is clearly labeled Flight Training.
If you fly to Boeing Field (KBFI), please see the directions available on the Galvin Flying Services website. You can contact Galvin Line Services at 206-763-0350, via email, or Unicom (122.95).