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About Sundance Aviation

Sundance Aviation originally started operations at the Vista Field Airport in Kennewick in 1979. In February of 2005, Sue and Clif made the move to the Richland Airport. Since then, they have grown each year adding more employees as well as additional services to offer their clientele. Currently, Sundance offers a full service Fixed Base Operation and is the only operator on the field at the Richland Airport.

With a small business atmosphere, Sundance is able to meet the needs of pilots, students, and airport users. Looking forward to the future, we hope to continue to inspire as many people as possible to be a part of the General Aviation community, or be the stepping stone facilitating to further flight endeavors.

Clif Dyer

Sundance Aviation Co-Owner  and General Manager 
Airframe & Powerplant (A&P)
Inspector Authorization (IA) 
Chief Pilot
Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) 
Single, Multi-Engine, and Instrument Ratings 

clif@sundanceaviation.com 

Suzie Kelly-Dyer

Sundance Aviation Co-Owner
Over 30 years of experience operating a Fixed Base Operation

Devin Alder

Maintenance Manager 
12 Years Rotorcraft Experience
17 years’ experience Aviation
13 years Helicopter and Turbine aircraft,
AA in Aviation Science.
Factory Schooling in Airbus, Pilatus, Agustawestland, P&W
Airframe and Power Plant (A&P)
Inspector Aurthorization(IA )

Devin@sundanceaviation.com

Jeremy Malone

Shop Assistant/ Line worker
Banner Construction 
Aircraft Cleaning & Fueling, GPU Service 

Currently working on Airframe & Powerplant Certification

FLIGHT INSTRUCTORS

Robert Blahut

Long time pilot, flight instructor, and retired air traffic controller. Associates Degree of Applied Science in Air Traffic Technology.

Civil Air Patrol Cadet in the early 60’s. Started flight training in 1967 and began instructing in 1972. Hired by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) as an air traffic controller in 1975, I certified first in Flight Service at Gulkana FSS, and En-Route Control at Anchorage ARTCC.

Commercial pilots license (ASMEL, SES) with an instrument rating, a Certified Flight Instructor license (Single/Multi-engine airplane, Instrument), and an Advanced Ground Instructor license.

AOPA member, and belong to the Prosser chapter of the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA). Flight Advisor, and Young Eagle Coordinator.

 

Jim Chaney

Degrees in Instructor Technology and Aircraft Maintenance, along with the following FAA Certificates: A&P, Flight Engineer (Turbojet), Commercial Pilot (SEL), and Flight Instructor Instrument (CFII SEL). Retired from the USAF in 1994 as a C-130 and C-141 Flight Engineer.

Commercial and flight instructor certificates: completing them in 1997 at Aurora Aviation in Oregon. Flight Instructor in Deer Valley, AZ for Pan AM Flight Academy (training future Chinese airline pilots)

Flew with American Trans Air on the Boeing 727 and Lockheed L-1011 until 9/11

Joined Sundance Aviation in August 2004 as an Aircraft Mechanic and Flight Instructor.