Andrew Novikov

Andrew Novikov
CFI, CFII, MEI, TCI (Training Center Instructor)

Andrew’s first time at the controls of an airplane was in 2002 when he got into the cockpit of AN-2 jump plane as a skydiver. On that day, it became clear to him that he is going to become a licensed pilot. Since he got his license, he’s flown a wide variety of airplanes, helicopters, and gliders from single seat Piper Pawnee towplane to technically advanced equipment such as Cirrus Perspective. In 2012, he joined Beverly Flight Center as a Certified Flight Instructor and teaches in all Flight Center aircrafts at all levels, from Sport Pilot to Multi Engine Instructor. He is also a Cirrus Training Center Instructor. His favorite local destinations are Martha’s Vineyard (KMVY) and Nantucket (KACK), and his favorite Flight Center aircraft is Cirrus SR-20.

Andrew is an FAA certified Commercial Pilot with ratings in Single and Multi-Engine Airplanes, Helicopters, and Gliders and is a Certified Flight and Ground Instructor. He holds M.S. in Applied Mathematics and is a senior manager at a financial risk management firm in downtown Boston. When not in the air, he teaches scuba diving at a local dive shop and volunteers as a Transport Mission Pilot for US Air Force Civil Air Patrol.