Kameron Kimball Chief Flight Instructor
Kameron’s desire to fly started with his first helicopter ride while fighting wildfires with the Forest Service. He did his training in eastern Idaho and afterward started flying as a CFII in Idaho. With a desire to grow his flying ability, he looked toward Alaska and started teaching at Alyeska Helicopters. Since then, he also helped start a small helicopter tour operation called Yellowstone Helicopters in Montana. He has returned to continue to help teach here in one of the most beautiful places on earth. When he is not flying he enjoys doing just about anything outdoors.
Andy Wallace Flight Instructor
Andy Wallace’s reputation as a pilot and as a generous mentor to aspiring aviators in Alaska is legendary. He served as Chief Flight Instructor at Alyeska Helicopters for over fifteen years, while also leading a large team as Chief Pilot and Operations Manager of Alpine Air Alaska and VS Helicopters. His years of flying technical charter work across the state provide a wealth of experience and knowledge to our students.
Jason Axt Flight Instructor
Jason’s passion for helicopters started while working construction as part of a sling load operation on the air traffic control tower at San Francisco International. After becoming a CFI and working in Utah and Oregon, he’s found his way to Alaska for the inspiring landscapes and fantastic skiing.
When not at work, he can be found around the Chugach Mountains or back home, hiking and skiing around Mt Hood with his girlfriend and dog.
Nathan Wade Flight Instructor
Nathan’s interest in aviation was ignited after witnessing a helicopter search and rescue team swoop in and save injured hikers back in 2019. Nathan dropped out of college the following year to attend flight school at Utah Helicopter where he completed their professional pilot program. As a Certified Flight Instructor he then made the move to Alaska to begin his career. In his off time Nathan enjoys spending time outdoors climbing and backpacking.