Bradley is an Airline Captain who flies Airbus Airliners in China on a 30 days on, 30 days off rotation. And, he offers Flight Instruction to Members of the Stanford Flying Club. For several years prior has was an FAA Flight School Pilot Examiner. And Director of Standardization of Flight Training at a large international flight academy.
For Brad, some of the best parts of being a Flight Instructor are: 1) The freedom of flying in small General Aviation aircraft versus the highly regulated and narrowly structured piloting of big Airliners. 2) Providing flight training and seeing the progress of students who are learning to fly.
Bradley is graduate of Utah Valley University, with a degree in Global Aviation. He has extensive experience in all kinds of Beechcraft, Cessna, Cirrus, Mooney, Piper, and Grumman aircraft, as well as in other aircraft types.
While not flying, he enjoys running, hiking and reading.