We have (2) BE-76 aircraft for
Garmin 430W Equipped
$250/hr. "Wet" Rental
We have (5) Piper PA-28 "Archer" ideal for
Private, Instrument & Commercial Ratings
Available with Garmin G600 "Glass"
$145/hr. "Wet" Rental
We have (2) PA28-161 aircraft ideal for
Private, Instrument & Commercial Ratings
Equipped with Garmin 430W/GTN650
$140/hr. "Wet" Rental
We have (3) Piper PA-38 "Tomahawk"
Ideal Primary Trainer
$109/hr. "Wet" Rental
Own Aircraft / ATP: $70/hour
*$2.00 Discount on aircraft rental per hour if paying with cash or check.
**An additional 5% discount can be applied to your account when depositing $1000 with cash or check in advance and you DO NOT have an outstanding balance due.
Beth has 36 years of experience as a flight instructor and 33 years as owner/operator of Pilot's Choice Aviation. She has accumulated 27,000 hours instructing. Beth has the unique ability to present knowledge and practical ability of flying in different ways.
Involvement with the aviation community extends to the Commemorative Air Force (CAF), where she fly's a B-25 and also bringing knowledge of aviation to the younger crowd.
Certificates: ATP,with a B-25 Type Rating
CFI, CFII, MEI, CFIG
Chuck had a 20 year career in the Air Force flying and instructing in the KC-135 (B-707). He refueled fighter, transport, and reconnaissance aircraft in SE Asia and Europe. After retiring from the Air Force, Chuck moved to Austin and has been a weekend instructor at Pilot’s Choice since 1996. He’s owned an Archer and a Cutlass, and currently owns a Warrior. He has over 5,000 hours and his ATP, CFI, CFII, and MEI.
Glenn completed his Commercial certificate, CFI and CFI Instrument at Pilots Choice and enjoys helping people achieve the title 'Pilot In Command'. When not instructing he also volunteers as a Search and Rescue Mission Pilot for the Civil Air Patrol. He is a graduate of Texas A&M University and has been flying since 2013.
Conrad had a 27 year career in the Army flying and instructing in Helicopter. He flew Scout /Attack helicopters and Lift helicopters in Asia, Europe and the US. After retiring from the Army, Conrad moved to Austin and obtained his CFI and CFII for airplanes at Pilot’s Choice. Conrad is a graduate of University of Tennessee Space Institute with a Master of Science in Aviation Systems. He has amassed over 5,000 hours in helicopter and airplanes. Conrad enjoys teaching and helping people attain their dream of flying
Austin began flight training in 2014 at TSTC in Waco because he couldn’t think of any job that could be better than flying planes. As he trained he became more interested in the general aviation side of flying and Georgetown was the perfect place for it. He began teaching at Pilot’s Choice in 2018 and has loved every hour of it.
Dan has been an instructor at Pilot’s Choice since January 2020. Before beginning a career in aviation Dan was a mechanical designer and served over 8 years in the US Army Reserves as a combat engineer. Dan moved to Texas in 2011 and completed his training locally in Georgetown. He has flown archers all over Texas and in seven others states. He loves flying and is ready to share that passion no matter if you’re a seasoned veteran or just getting started.
Rated: CFI, CFII, MEI
Angel is from Brownsville, TX, and has been instructing for Pilot’s Choice since February 2020. Ever since he was a kid he dreamed of becoming a pilot. He put that dream on hold while he attended Texas A&M University and got his degree in Ocean Engineering in 2012. He went on to work at a couple of shipyards as a project planner, building/repairing offshore drilling rigs and container ships. After 4 years he decided to make the career change to become a pilot, and he never looked back. He will take any chance to fly and share the excitement of aviation with anyone that has an interest. If you don’t find him at PCA, he’s with his two boxers and his wife on an adventure.
CFI, CFII, MEI
Sam Eanes is from McAllen, Texas. He pursued his dream of flying, first becoming a private pilot in 2017. He has been sharing his enthusiasm for aviation with new pilots since becoming an instructor in early 2019, and always enjoys introducing new people to the freedom of flight or helping pilots further their goals with additional ratings and certificates.
Ratings: CFI, CFII, MEI
Len lives in Northwest Austin and instructs primarily on the weekends. Len retired from the Army after a thirty-year career. He decided to build on his Army experiences by combining his passion for teaching and instructing with his love of all thing’s aviation. Len used the Liberty program combined with the GI Bill to complete all his ratings through CFI at Pilots Choice Aviation.
Becca Torres has been with Pilot's Choice Aviation since the Fall of September 2017. She works as office manager and handles our Liberty University reporting. You'll likely see her at the front desk, although Becca isn't an aviator she's been heard to say, she pilots the front desk. She enjoys seeing students walk in the door with a dream and being able to leave Pilot's Choice Aviation with ratings in hand.
Brandon Louis Dean is lead mechanic at Pilots Choice Aviation. He graduated from TSTC Waco in 2013 with an associate in aviation maintenance, holding his A&P, IA, and Private Pilot’s Certificate. His passion for aviation began at 12 years old, building and flying radio controlled airplanes. You will either find him in the hangar jamming out to classic rock and repairing airplanes, or out burning holes in the sky.
Christopher Branham has been an assistant mechanic at PCA since 2018 working towards his A&P license. He graduated from Georgetown High school in 2019 and is currently attending Liberty University School of Aeronautics. He was a part of the Tango Flight program at Eastview High School where he helped build an RV-12. He is an active member of the Devil Dog Squadron maintaining the airplane and assisting at airshows. He achieved his Private Pilot’s certificate in January 2020 at Pilot’s Choice Aviation.
During the night Wildcat is the Security Guard protecting the aircraft in the hangar. During the day time hours between naps she is Quality Control for PCA mechanics. Wild Cat was transported to Georgetown from a warehouse in Iowa. Had a short period of time playing mother to 4 adorable kittens. She is now back on the job whole heartily. However check before you yell clear...she might just be under the airplane making sure it is ready to fly.....