Lukas Kajiwara

Class 3 Flight Instructor, ATPL, Multi-Engine Rating, Group 1 Instrument Rating –

I have flown a variety of single and twin piston aircraft in northwestern Ontario for 10 years. Starting out as an intern instructor at Confederation College, I moved on to fly float planes in the Wabikimi area for several years. I then joined KBM to explore the diverse and challenging aspects of aerial survey and photography. Having the chance to offer flight training in all aspects, including introducing new aviators to the sensations of flight, is especially rewarding. I look forward to every learning opportunity both for my students and for myself!

Asa Archibald

Class 3 Flight Instructor, CPL, Group 3 Instrument Rating –

From a young age I became passionate and focused on building a foundation for my future in the aviation industry. During my flight training at the St. Catharine’s Flying Club, I gained the knowledge and experience needed to attain a Commercial Pilot License with a Group 3 Instrument Rating. My dedication and continued learning at KBM Aviation has further shaped my knowledge to overcome any obstacles and has helped me maintain a high level of performance as a Flight Instructor.

Dan Link

Chief Flight Instructor, Class 2 Flight Instructor, CPL, Multi-Engine Rating, Group 1 Instrument Rating –

Before starting my flying career, I earned a Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering from Carleton University. Shortly after finishing my B. Eng., I started flight training at Confederation College where I eventually started my career as a Flight Instructor. Now with KBM, I’ve enjoyed the challenges and experiences involved in flying surveys and charters all across Canada. These days I spend most of my time at the flight school with the occasional charter or survey in the Thunder Bay area. Flight instructing has always been a joy for me, and it’s rewarding to bring the lessons and experiences I’ve learned abroad to the flight training environment.