COVID-19: The Actions We’re Taking to Keep you Safe and Happy

Adventure Flying Services LLC (AFS) resumed daily flight training on April 23, 2020. Face masks are worn in the cockpit, appropriate distance is maintained during ground training, and all aircraft are cleaned between sessions. Clients are requested to provide their face masks and use a personal headset whenever possible. These simple measures have proven to be simple and unobtrusive.

Our clients can be assured that we, the owners of AFS, observe CDC, state and local guidelines designed to minimize risk in regards to COVID-19. We practice social distancing, wear masks, limit public interactions, and largely stay at home. Having suffered the loss of a close friend, we take our responsibility and your health seriously.

Our tailwheel-oriented primary and backcountry specialization brings us a more geographically diverse customer base that that of typical flight schools. Clients who immediately precede or follow our flight training sessions are just as likely to come from New York or Colorado, as they are from Nevada or Idaho. As a result, we are regularly flying with clients who live in areas subject to varying levels of COVID-19 infections. For this reason, we ask clients to affirm that they have followed CDC, state and local guidelines for a minimum of 14 days preceding any training session scheduled with AFS. Those who are unable to do so, are asked to defer training in order to further minimize risk that the virus will be transferred through our interactions to other clients and/or the communities in which we operate.

Given these measures and the client assurances described above, we are confident that we can continue to provide safe, excellent and fun flight training during the months ahead. The relationships we enjoy with our clients are incredibly rewarding. We intend to keep it that way.

Thanks for your understanding and support.

Fred and Dianna Williams
Adventure Flying Services LLC

*A suitable face mask includes washable cloth masks, disposable masks, surgical mask and N95 masks. Masks must cover the nose and mouth and provide a fit comparable to common disposable surgical masks. Unsure about yours? No worries, we've got disposable masks available.