Piotr Długiewicz photo
John Page photo
Włodzimierz Chrenowicz photo
Dariusz Pachucki photo
Arkadiusz Krępski photo
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Our Instructors

Piotr Długiewicz

Head of Cirrus training
Commercial Pilot Airplanes & Flight Instructor Airplanes
Head of Cirrus training
Platinum Cirrus Standardized Instructor Pilot CSIP





Ratings:

CPL(A)
IR(A)
FI(A)
SEP(L)
MEP(L)
TR Embraer Phenom 100


Total flight time 3000 h
Cirrus hours SR2x 2400 h





Piotr after succeeding in internet-based businesses, moved up the aviation skill ladder starting from ultra light airplanes and gliders through to his commercial pilot license, flight instructor rating and business jet captain seat. He went the path on which he is leading Aero Poznań clients’ everyday, knowing want they expect and need like no one else.


With over 2,000 hours in Cirrus SR2x airplanes, Piotr has landed and taken off from hundreds of airfields and airports throughout all of Europe. He has accumulated unique practical experiences on this aircraft type, which he eagerly shares, providing support to all general aviation pilots in the field of advanced aircraft pilotage and touring aviation. He is known in the Polish aviation industry for his many publications in Przegląd Lotniczy "Aviation Revue" in which he has held the monthly column "Flight Level 120" since 2009.

John Page

Head of Flight training
Commercial Pilot Airplanes & Flight Instructor Airplanes
Authorized Examiner – Civil Aviation Authority UK
Cirrus Training Center Instructor
Platinum Cirrus Standardized Instructor Pilot CSIP





Ratings:

EASA
CPL(A)
IR(A)
SEP(L)
MEP(L)
FI
PPL Examiner
TR Pilatus PC-12


FAA
CPL
IR
ASEL(land)
ASES(sea)
MSEL(land)
CFII
MEII


Total flight time 10500 h
Cirrus hours SR2x 9000 h





John is co-owner of TAA UK Ltd, as well as Director, Chief Flying Instructor and general guru on all things Cirrus and glass cockpit. John started his Aviation career with Aerial Photography in 1998, but quickly went on to get his commercial license and Instructor Rating with his initial instructing years spent at Denham Aerodrome.


Currently both a single and multi EASA and FAA instructor, John specializes in FAA Instrument and Commercial Ratings. Additionally, he is also a CAA Examiner and THE most experienced Cirrus Instructor (Platinum CSIP) in the UK today with over 9000 hours on the Cirrus alone. Other tickets include PA46, Float/Seaplane, PC12 and tail dragger.

Włodzimierz Chrenowicz

Head of training and licensing courses EASA
Commercial Pilot Airplanes & Flight Instructor Airplanes
Authorized Examiner of Polish Civil Aviation Authority
Cirrus Training Center Instructor





Ratings:

CPL(A)
IR(A)
FI(A)
SEP(L)
MEP(L)
TR C500/550/560


Total flight time 5000 h
Cirrus hours SR2x 800 h





For over 40 years, Włodzimierz has lived and breathed aviation since his first aviation training at the Poznań Aeroclub. To this day he holds a long professional and pro bono relationship with his flying alma mater.


In the ‘70s, Włodzimierz was a member of the Gliders and Airplanes Junior Polish Team. He often participated in competitions achieving many accolades including the Golden Glider Sign with Three Diamonds.


In his 30 years (and counting) as an airplane and glider Flight Instructor, he has trained an incredible number of student pilots and exemplifies all that is best in an aviation teacher.


As a professional aircraft captain, Włodzimierz has literally flown the whole of Europe as the Pilot-in-Command of jet and piston engine airplanes. This gives him an unsurpassed wide-angle view of modern aviation, its standards and requirements.

MICHAŁ TRILER

Commercial Pilot Airplanes & Flight Instructor Airplanes
Cirrus Training Center Instructor





Ratings:

ATPL(A)
CPL(A)
SEP(L)
MEP(L)
ME(A)
IR(A)
FI(A)
FI/IR(A)
MCC
JOC


Total flight time 1500 h
Cirrus hours SR2x 300 h





He got his licence and began to volunteer at a flying club when he was still a very young man. Initially, he towed gliders, flew with parachutists, patrolled state forests and practiced precision flying navigation. He then went on to study at polytechnic, combined with professional pilot training. During that period, he also dabbled in aeroplane construction. After graduation, he flew as a pilot in the special forces and carried out transport missions.


In the meantime, he earned his instructor's licence and was hired by an airline, where he flew passenger and cargo planes, performing special missions all over the world. Thanks to his experience, he was soon able to extend his licence to conduct advanced courses in instrument flying with little or no visibility and under difficult and dangerous conditions. At Aero Poznań, he trains pilots and awards upgraded pilot qualifications, always imparting top-quality knowledge. In the future, he would like to take up aerobatics.

KRZYSZTOF JĘCZAŁA

Commercial Pilot Airplanes & Flight Instructor Airplanes
Cirrus Training Center Instructor





Ratings:

CPL(A)
SEP(L)
FI(A)


Total flight time 1750 h
Cirrus hours SR2x 250 h





He has been active in the aviation world for 35 years. Initially, he volunteered to tow gliders and fly with parachutists. Then, over time, he began to lead training courses, opening the world of aviation up to young pilots. In the meantime, he also continued to be active in the life of flying clubs. He served, for instance, as one of the pilots responsible for the support of the World Gliding Championships in Leszno.


Recently, he participated in an interesting and inspiring ferry flight operation that took the GA8 Airvan from Australia to Poland. Divided into more than ten legs, the route took him over three weeks to complete. Currently, he trains pilots for the PPL(A) license and continues to upgrade his qualifications. He stands out for his amazing accuracy and close attention to the smallest detail.