It's About Certified Flight Instruction

Helicopter Pilot Training
Airplane Flight Training in Jacksonville, FL


webair aviation training:

Rich Weber, founder of Webair Aviation Training, has been flying since 1987. He has been providing flight instruction since 1995 and became a member of the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Aviation Unit in 1998, where he spent 20 years. He nows flies the Airbus for a major airline. Rich holds an Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) Certificate in Single and Multi-Engine Land Airplane and Rotorcraft/Helicopter. He is a FAA Gold Seal Flight Instructor for Single and Multi-Engine Land Airplane, Rotorcraft /Helicopter, Instrument Airplane and Helicopter. He also holds a National Association of Flight Instructors (NAFI) Master CFI.

Rich has over 9,500 hours of flight time in airplanes and helicopters, training pilot's and flying day and night law enforcement missions. He has also flown all over the United States, flying into general aviation airports and large commercial airports, which has provided a vast amount of experience and knowledge. Rich passes on this knowledge and experience when providing helicopter flight training. Helicopter flight training Florida provides a great climate to accomplish what needs to be done!

Some of Rich's schools and training include:
Bell Helicopter Initial & Recurrent Training: BH-206 
Bell Helicopter Initial & Recurrent Training: BH-407
Simcom Training Center- Initial & Recurrent Beechcraft King Air 200/C-12
Simcom Training Center- Initial & Recurrent Piper Aerostar 
Bell Helicopter- Advanced Airmen Course
USAF Advanced Instrument School (AIS)
USAF Night Vision Goggle (NVG) Instructor School
USN Water Survival Dunker Training
Radar Training International, Airborne WX Radar Training

Lunsford Air Consulting: Advanced Helicopter Instructor Course
Lunsford Air Consulting: Crew Resource Management Course
Lunsford Air Consulting: Inadvertent IMC Course

Type-Rated: Airbus 320, Beechcraft 1900 Airliner, Lear 35 SIC

Rich has also provided Spatial Disorientation and Inadvertent IMC training to helicopter and airplane pilot's and crew members of law enforcement, helicopter emergency medical service (HEMS), corporate and general aviation pilot's in the U.S. and Canada. He also has had magazine articles published on Spatial Disorientation, Inadvertent IMC, Approach Light Systems and Landing Considerations at Decision Height.

Rich is actively involved in the aviation training community and also maintains active memberships in multiple professional flying organizations and associations. He is also a member of the Helicopter Association International's (HAI) Safety Committee and Technical Committee. 

Webair Aviation Training has a cadre of experienced flight instructors, whom have also provided a vast amount of experience for helicopter pilot training and airplane flight training in Jacksonville, FL as well as across the United States.