Here at Lost Bay, we are all partners personally invested in your helicopter experience. We aren't employees of a faceless corporation. We are the owners. You will see our face, and we will shake your hand. We can't wait to take you flying! Come see us!

Kyle Guidry

Pilot / Founding Partner

Helicopter CFI-I, Kyle served 6 years in the U.S. Air Force as an  F-16 crew chief, including a tour in Iraq as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Born and raised on the Bayou, he received his flight training at Guidance Aviation in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He later studied graphic design at Loyola University in New Orleans. Kyle is so 'Merican he should come with a trigger warning.


James Williams

Lead Pilot / Founding Partner

Helicopter CFI-I, James served 4 years in the Army as a Military Police Soldier, including a tour in Iraq as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom. A Purple Heart recipient, he has literally bled red, white, and blue. Dry and prickly by nature, he received his flight training at Guidance Aviation in his home state of Arizona. Following that, James worked as a flight instructor and Safety Program Manager at Guidance Aviation in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. 


Erick Constantino

Operations Manager / Pilot / Founding Partner

Helicopter CFI-I, Erick is an Alabama local, "Roll Tide!" He has served in the US Marine Corps reserves for 12 years, including deployments to Afghanistan and Africa both in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. He received his flight training at Guidance Aviation in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He is fluent in Marine jargon. Rah!

 


Rachael Hamilton 

Director of Business Development / Founding Partner

The brains of the operation, Rachael is the only non veteran in our organization (makes sense). Instead, she took the easy way out, attending Vanderbilt University and graduating with degrees in Economics and Psychology. Since then, she's been in the corporate world, with experience in both operations and sales. Therefore, she's responsible for everything that's not flying the helicopter, or defending the country.