Jassen Todorov
has been flying airplanes since 2002, both as pilot and certificated flight instructor. He has logged over 3,000 flight hours and has landed at over 500 airports across the US, South Africa, Botswana, Austria, Spain, Brazil, Iceland and the Philippines. He received his flight training and earned all of his certificates (Private, Instrument, Commercial, Flight Instructor) at Rochester Air Center, New York with Chief Instructor John Dougherty. Mr. Todorov has also received advanced training in Florida and Northern California, in both airplanes and helicopters. Mr. Todorov is a proud owner of a 1976 Piper Warrior aircraft.


Lone Pine Airport offers spectacular views of the Sierras and Mt. Whitney. There are numerous motels and fine restaurants within walking distance.

Furnace Creek Airport is located in Death Valley National Park. One can enjoy amazing views, including Zabriskie Point (pictured above). The airport is well maintained though it doesn't sell avgas, so plan accordingly. It gets extremely hot in the summers. There is food/lodging within 15 minutes of the airport.

San Francisco offers incredible views at any time of the day or night. There are numberous fine airports in the vacinity, including San Carlos, Palo Alto, Half Moon Bay, Napa, Oakland, etc.

Monument Valley is very beautiful and interesting. The nearby town of Kayenta, Arizona offers lodging and food.

Yellowstone National Park is a must see. Fly into Jackson Hole, Wyoming and enjoy the Grand Tetons as well.

The Petrified Forest National Monument offers incredible variety of rock formations and colors. The nearby town of Holbrook offers lodging and food.

All Hawaiian islands are beautiful and colorful but the southern coast of Molokai is a must see.

This is the Grand Canyon. Totally spectacular and amazing. Fly from Las Vegas, Nevada to Page, Arizona, to fully appreciate its grandeur.

Mojave desert is very interesting and beautiful. The town of Mojave offers food and lodging and the Mojave spaceport has an amazing boneyard with hundreds of airliners.

The rivers of Iceland look more like abstract paintings than actual rivers. There is nothing like that anywhere else.