Dominic Liberta

Assistant Chief Flight Instructor

Office location:

College of Aeronautics

Email: dliberta@lynn.edu

Phone: +1 561-237-7325

Fax: +1 561-237-7928

Professional profile

Dominic Liberta completed his Bachelor of Science degree and acquired his flight ratings up to, and including, the Commercial-Multi Engine Land through his training and education at Lynn University. After graduation, Liberta received his flight instruction ratings and has been a flight instructor at Lynn since November 2012. His familiarization with the program allows him to easily relate to the students.
 

Education

B.S., Lynn University

Teaching philosophy

Dominic Liberta believes that it is important to have a strong relationship with his students.  He can easily relate to the students since, at one point, he was in their same shoes. Liberta believes that students need to have a strong understanding of aviation on the ground and in the air. He therefore makes sure to emphasize that throughout all his instruction.

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