Western Air Flight Academy is a part of the Aspen Flying Club family of flying clubs. Western Air Flight Academy offers the flight training quality of a part 141 school while maintaining the flying club feel. We offer you the option of 141 flight training or part 61 flight training, whichever best suits your needs. At Western Air we operate a fleet of Cessna, Piper, Cirrus and Beechcraft aircraft which are maintained to the highest standards in aviation. Our instructors come from all backgrounds in aviation to help you achieve your goals in the shortest time possible. Many of our instructors have given over 3,000 hours of instruction which will give you the best possible experience while learning to fly.
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Call Landmark Aviation at 303-466-2336. Telephone number also in dispatch book
During business hours: Front desk staff dispatches aircraft during all business hours.
After business hours: Pre-payment or deposit may be required
During business hours: Return completed dispatch paperwork to the front desk, and check out with front office staff.
After business hours: Front desk staff will orient you as to after hours procedures if you plan to return aircraft after normal business hours.
Fuel purchased away from KBJC will be reimbursed up to a maximum of $6.00 per gallon. Latest reimbursement rate if different is posted in dispatch book. Fuel only reimbursed with an itemized receipt.
Call Western Air Front Desk for instructions. All contact details are in the dispatch folder
Use Standard Tie-down methods in the same row or hangar aircraft is removed from.
Aircraft are normally filled to tabs or near full at all times. If less is required, please inform our staff at least 24 hours prior to your arrival. If more fuel is required, inform front desk upon your arrival and fuel will be ordered. Fuel can also be ordered on the flight line by calling Landmark Aviation at 303-466-2336. The number is also in the dispatch folder
Rocky Mountain Metro can be a busy GA airport. Follow all tower instructions for departure turnouts. There is a significant rise in terrain approximately 8nm west and a 10,500’ peak as close as 14nm west.
Contact Denver Departure on frequency 126.1
Boulder Power Plant, located NW of the airport Town of Golden, located SW of the airport North Interchange (intersection of I-25 and E-470), located NE of the airport
Note: airspace around sporting events commonly are not listed in TFR’s. You must specifically ask if sport event TFR’s are in place. Also check pro sports schedules. Local TFR’s are also usually mentioned on ATIS
Pilots are requested to avoid flight over Standley Lake (2nm South of the airport) below 8000’ MSL
Denver International Class B airspace to the surface begins slightly northeast of downtown Denver. Pilots are advised to maintain situational awareness when flying in and around downtown Denver. Remaining west of I-25 and downtown Denver is the best way to avoid flying into the Class B airspace inadvertently.
Mountains to the west of the airport within 10nm
-Bold airports are in the mountains. Mountain experience required
High Density Altitude year round; not uncommon to have density altitude approaching 10,000’ during the summer
Located on the north end of the airport and ramp area at B1 and C1 for helicopter operations
East and West end of Alpha taxiway
Call tower from runup areas for clearance
July 4, 2015, 2:06 a.m.