Learning to fly can be one of the greatest experiences of your life. The flight offers an exceptional sense of freedom and adventure that you will not get anywhere else.
Fort Worth, Texas has one of the greatest places to learn to fly if you want to experience aviation the way it used to be. The downside of most flight schools you’ll find today is the fact that most, if not all, have a “corporate” atmosphere. There is nothing wrong with that if you are a corporate type person. Most of the people I spoke to would have chosen a friendlier “Little Town” atmosphere. When I say small town, I mean the type of airport where you are known by your first name and always greeted with a smile. Looks like Mayberry, right? That’s great at the Sycamore Strip Airport south of Fort Worth.
Yavar’s chief flight instructor is Ron Jur. Ron offers exceptional flight training and lifelong knowledge in the aviation industry. Ron’s career began in the military as a bomber pilot who performed combat missions. After a military career Ron moved into the civilian sector and has been flying ever since. He and his wife own the Sycamore Strip Airport and offer quality flight instruction and aircraft at a reasonable price. In fact, during a research study of all flight schools in the DFW area, plane tree rates were the most affordable.
If you live in the Fort Worth area and want to learn to fly, you need to look closely at the Yavar Strip. Ron offers everything from a recreational pilot, a private pilot, an instrument rating and up to a CFI. Aircraft rental is the most affordable in the region by a wide margin. The Sycamore Strip is a small, low-cost airport that gives Ron and Connie the opportunity to pass on the savings to customers. Corporate aviation centers are primarily concerned with increasing profits and improving results, and there’s nothing wrong with that if you don’t mind parting with more money.
Sycamore aircraft leases include Sessions 152 and 172. Aviation services include hangar rental, mooring, and a full range of maintenance services. The Sycamore Strip is just 8 miles south of Fort Worth from Crowley Road.