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Matt Brombak.

Hi, I am

Matt Bromback

Online Flight Instructor

Welcome Aboard! Here is a brief summary of my experience and what I offer.
During the week I’m usually available during 10 AM to 5 PM time frame if not on a trip. Weekends are flexible.
FAA ATP. Expired FAA CFI, CFII, MEI (2009).
Airliners, Sim Enthusiasts
X-Plane, Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 (MSFS)
B737, A320, EMB-145, EMB-170/190, DC-9


Flight Sim Experience

X-Plane logo.


Microsoft Flight Simulator logo.

Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 (MSFS/FS2020)

Fenix A320, ZIBO 737, FlyByWire A320, Toliss A321

Certificates & Ratings


Expired FAA Certified Flight Instructor (CFI, CFII, MEI): Airplane Single Engine • Instrument Airplane • Airplane Multi Engine. Expired in 2009.


FAA Airline Transport Pilot (ATP): Airplane Multi Engine Land

Type Ratings

B737, A320, EMB-145, EMB-170/190, DC-9

Real-World Aircraft

I have instructed in:

C172, C182, BE76

I have also piloted:

EMB-145, EMB-170/190, DC-9, B737, A320



Hello! I am a US-based Airline Pilot currently flying the Airbus A320 series aircraft. I started my aviation career 20 years ago and has been a flight sim user for 30 years. I have had the opportunity to fly multiple aircraft from trainers (C172, C182, etc) to turboprops, and multiple transport category aircraft.

Aviation is not only my career, but my passion. I specialize in airline operations and online network operations. Whether it’s learning about airline operations, specific airplane operations such as the A320, or using online networks to fly, I look forward to sharing my knowledge and experience with you!

“I am totally impressed as to what a very efficient method your course is in communicating what is otherwise a complex and expensive subject to learn. The combination of Matt’s patient teaching style, enthusiasm and professional knowledge combined with the stunning quality of detail of the Toliss A319, results in a hugely valuable learning asset to the airline industry and the next generation of pilots in my view. Or just a fascinating window into the complexity of the modern airline cockpit and intricate workings and engineering philosophy, particularly relating to safety.”

— William Stoney
Retired corporate pilot