Night Flying Made Easier and Safer

Night Flight - Easier, Safer, and More Fun

Course Name: Night Flight - Easier, Safer, and More Fun
Course Key: ATC #0501
Course Summary: This video with an expert will teach you how to make night flying easier, safe and, fun.
Author: Gary Reeves, ATP, Master CFI, CFII, MEI
Quiz Attempts Remaining: Unlimited
Days Remaining to Complete: 365
Price($): $19.00
Coupon: Buy
Did you know that red light is bad and hurts night vision? Hypothermia makes hypoxia worse. Most carbon monoxide detectors don’t work. Learn why and hour more information critical to night flying safety your instructor never taught you... was founded in 2012 by ATP, Master Instructor, Gary Reeves to reduce general aviation accident by offering free and low-cost educational programs on a national basis. Gary has been joined by two other Master Instructors, John Mahany and Mike Jesch, who also volunteer to teach safety programs. Other volunteers include FAA staff, ATC, Aviation Attorney, Senior Medical Examiner and others who volunteer to answer questions via our ASK THE EXPERTS PAGE. With over 10,000 pilots who have joined our free pilot group, is on it's way to making a difference and saving lives.

Gary Reeves, ATP, Master CFI, CFII, MEI

Gary, our founder, has over 5,500 hours in over 50 different aircraft including turbo-prop, and turbo-fan most of which is instruction given. He is a well known and popular national speaker on aviation safety and you see him live at all of the biggest shows, including Airventure-Oshkosh, Aviation-Xpo, NW Aviation Expo, SunNFun and more. If you'd like him to speak at your aviation event please email him here. He is a sought out instructor with students coming from around the US for help with Instrument Training, Mountain Flying, and Garmin, Fly Q, and ForeFlight instruction. He teaches out of Long Beach, CA (KLGB) and Big Bear, CA(L35).

Master Flight Instructor
2014 Flight Instructor and FAA Safety Team Member of the Year - Long Beach District

Publications and Television:
Air Facts Journal
KNBC Channel 4