|Alfred “Sandy” Reynolds|
Ratings: CFI, CFII, MEI, ATP,DPE
Alfred “Sandy” Reynolds has been flight instructing and given pilot exams for the last 40 years. His flight experience is +22,000 hours. As Chief Flight Instructor he conducts stage checks, as well as introductory lessons, and regular flight instruction.
Assistant Chief Instructor
Ratings: CFI, CFII, ATP, Seaplane
Mike has been flying since 1994 and is an active commercial pilot with 8500+ flight hours in aircraft from Cessna 152s to Jetstream 32 Airliners. “I enjoy bringing my everyday Airline Transport Pilot experience to the instructing environment”. Mike has instructed in Florida for a Part 141 flight school and is Airlink’s Assistant Chief Instructor.
Assistant Chief Instructor
Ratings: CFI, CFII, CPL, Seaplane
Matt has been flying since 1999 and has accumulated 1000+ flight hours in many aircraft including Seaplanes. “I enjoy taking our Seaplane into remote lakes to scope out new fishing spots”. Matt graduated from Bridgewater State University with a B.S. in Aviation and has been instructing for Airlink since 2008. Matt is currently getting his Airframe & Powerplant Mechanic’s License.
|Mark Rolfe, MD|
Aviation Medical Examiner, Flight Instructor
Ratings: CFI, CFII, MEI, ATP, Seaplane
Mark has been flying since 2001 and accumulated 1000+ flight hours from aerobatic aircraft to DeHavilland Twin – Otter skydive aircraft. “I like the interface between the magic of flight, science and people”. Mark holds a MD from the University of Vermont and brings valuable experience as an Aviation Medical Examiner (AME). Besides flight instructing for Airlink – Mark may be scheduled to do your aviation medical exam right here at the airport.
Ratings: CFI, CFII, MEI, CPL
Doug has been an instructor since 1995 and accumulated 2500+ flight hours. Doug’s specialty is Seaplane flying. If you are getting your Seaplane Rating with Airlink – you will probably fly with Doug and discover remote beaches from the air whilst learning to fly a Cessna 172 Seaplane. Doug has a Masters Degree in Engineering.
Coordinator of Veteran Affairs
Shawn is Airlink’s Coordinator of Veteran Affairs Programs and holds a Private Pilot certificate with 100+ hours experience. Shawn is a MSgt in the Maine Air National Guard and has helped get Airlink approved for VA training under the GI Bill (Chapter 30 and 33 of Title 38, U.S. Code). Shawn graduated from Thomas College with an MBA.
1984 Cessna 152
Engine Manufacturer: Avco Lycoming
| 1983 Cessna 172PEngine Manufacturer: Avco Lycoming
Engine Model Number: O-320-D2J
Horsepower: 160 BHP at 2700 RPM.
Total Usable Fuel: 50.0 gallons
Total: 8 Quarts
Takeoff Weight: 2400 lbs
Cruise Speed: 75% power 120 knots
Rate: $ 135.00 per hour
1972 Piper 34 Seneca
Engine Model: Lycoming IO–360 C1E6, 200hp
$ 550.00 Per Hour Instruction
1984 Cessna 172RG
Engine Manufacturer: Lycoming
Engine Model Number: O-360-F1A6
Horsepower Rating: 180 HP
Fuel Capacity – Total Usable: 62 gallons
Rate: $ 50.00 Per Hour Solo —
$ 50.00 Instructor
Waterville Municipal Airport
Great Pond Marina
Airlink LLC Flight School
Address: 2 LaFleur Rd.
Waterville, ME 04901