Andre Lavallee

Andre Lavallee is the Co-Founder of AT Systems, LLC, a Dallas based Aviation Training Company, and Co-Inventor of the ATS Device, a patened IIMC and DVE training device.

Mr. Lavallee’s introduction to aviation started with his first experience at piloting an aircraft at 15 years old, later getting his private pilot rating at age 17.  Mr. Lavallee later joined the USMC Reserve and was deployed after September 11th with a security force company.  In 2004 he joined the Army National Guard to attend flight school at Fort Rucker, AL. 

Mr. Lavallee continues to commit himself to aviation both as a military aviator for the Texas Army National Guard, as well as a former offshore pilot for Rotorcraft Leasing Company LLC. and former HEMS pilot for Air Methods.

Mr. Lavallee is a combat veteran of multiple combat deployments with the Texas Army National Guard.

Mr. Lavallee’s training and qualifications include:  US Army Aviation Safety Officer Course, US Army Instructor Pilot Course.  Mr. Lavallee is qualified in the AH-64 : A and D models, the OH-58 : A and C models and CH-47 D and F models for the military and Bell 206 B3, L3 and L4 models, the Bell 407 and the Airbus EC-130 B4 in the civilian sector.

Along with the many military qualifications, Mr. Lavallee also holds FAA ratings of: ATP Helicopter, CFII Helicopter, Private-Single Engine Land fixed wing and Advanced Ground Instrument Instructor AGII

Mr. Lavallee and his wife Kristy have one daughter.