Providing high-quality ﬂight instruction that merges Theory, Practice, and Knowledge. Begin your ﬂight career at our Montana flight school.
Thank you for considering Angle of Attack AEROnautics for your flight training needs and as your Montana flight school. Our goal is to safely provide you with high-quality flight instruction, merge theory with practice, and promote your development as a pilot.
We are a FAR Part 61 flight school in Montana. Our primary base of operations is the Bert Mooney Airport (KBTM) which is situated at the base of the Rocky Mountains of the United States Continental Divide. Montana is known as the “Big Sky” state, allowing multiple opportunities for a variety of real weather flying situations.
Why Choose Angle of Attack AEROnautics
for your Flight Education?
Great people! Always fun to fly with them! I think everyone should at least go have an introductory flight to see what they are missing out on! Monte is a great pilot and instructor! Wish I would have started my training 25-30 years ago instead of waiting till now!
– Randy Johnson
Highly recommend Angle of Attack Aeronautics for all levels of flight training. Monte was able to get me trained up and checked out for my Commercial Multi-Engine checkride in record time. I came to him on extremely short notice and he was kind enough to work me into his schedule and help a fellow pilot. Monte is a class act. Thanks again for everything.
– Stefan Knowles
Coming to Butte is a treat for me since that is when I get an opportunity to go flying with Monte Belgarde. He is a first-rate flight instructor and a really fun person to share a cockpit with. He gave me my first opportunity to fly a twin-engine plane and was that ever FUN!
With loving Blessings,
– Ossie Abrams, Billings
If you are looking for a fun and positive flight training experience, look no farther than Monte at Angle of Attack AEROnautics. He enjoys teaching and his passion for flying rubs off on those he trains. You have a choice. You can either learn from a young guy who is mainly concerned about building flight time for himself, or you can go with an instructor who loves to fly and truly enjoys teaching the next generation of pilots the skills they need for a long and rewarding career.
– Eddie Sand, Chandler, AZ