Sky Adventures Instructors

Joshua Monson

Josh is a CFI/CFII. He is a graduate of College of the Ozarks and has been flying since 2001. He worked as a mechanic for American Eagle Airlines for a number of years. In 2014, he renewed his flight instructor certificate by “upgrading” to the Instrument Instructor Certificate. Josh loves all things flying. Growing up around missionary pilots in Bolivia, South America has given him an appreciation for bush flying and good stick-and-rudder skills.

Nathan White

Nathan is a CFI/CFII and airframe mechanic. He began flying in San Diego, California, where he got his private and instrument rating. He completed his commercial, CFI, CFII, and airframe mechanic ratings back in the Midwest. He is all about common sense and practical flying with emphasis on safety and professionalism, so that students can professionally “fly by the numbers” but still think through new problems.

Alan Ramsey

Alan is a CFI.

Stephen Kovach

Stephen Kovach is a CFI/CFII has been flying General Aviation since 2017 and has been a Certified Flight Instructor since 2019. He also has an Associate’s Degree in Aviation Flight Technology and as a Flight Instructor, he emphasizes Preparedness and Risk Management.

Kevin Fernando

Kevin is a CFI/CFII. He grew up next to LaGuardia airport in New York City and moved to Florida to start his flight training. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Aviation Business Administration and a Master of Science in Aviation from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Daytona Beach Campus. He completed his Private and Instrument rating in Delta Connection; Commercial Multi in Embry-Riddle; and Commercial Single, CFI and CFII in American Flyers Morristown, NJ. His goal is to become an airline pilot. He enjoys passing on his technical knowledge to the students and offers effective learning experience. He emphasizes on procedures and checklist usage.

Joshua Phillips

I’m a CFI. In 2016 I graduated from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach with a bachelor of science degree in aeronautical science. I became a CFI in 2018 and worked as an instructor for Falcon Aviation in Athens, GA until 2020. My goal is to make it to UPS as a cargo pilot and eventually fly warbirds like the P-51 Mustang. As a CFI I place a special emphasis on safety backed up with good stick and rudder skills.

Nathaniel Bennett

Nathaniel is a CFI.