Our private pilot package offers you 43 hours of flying with an instructor and a basic ground course. This package will equip you to take and pass your practical exam to be able to fly a plane on your own.
This requires an instrument rating added on to your private pilot license. To be able to fly in less than ideal weather or clouds, you will need to sign up for our private pilot package and add on our instrument rating package.
If you are interested in working as a pilot, for example, for a charter company, ferrying planes or banner towing, you will need a commercial pilot's license in addition to your private pilot license. For an unrestricted commercial pilot's license you will also need to add on the instrument rating package.
There are different levels of instructing. The most sought after rating is a certified flight instructor (CFI). This rating allows you to teach other candidates to become pilots. To become a CFI, you must hold a commercial certificate with an instrument rating in addition to having a mentor who has been a CFI for more than two years.
Several licenses are needed to become an airline pilot. In addition to a commercial rating, you will need to sign up for our multi-engine commercial certificate and have 1,500 hours of flight in your log book.
We understand some of these packages are costly upfront and we are actively working on adding a payment plan option, so stay tuned!
Yes! Once you get your license with us, we will allow you to rent out planes from our fleet.
Everyone has a different learning pace. Generally if you attend class 2-3 times a week, it is possible to be eligible for a practical exam with 40 hours of flight training. The national average is about 55 hours of flight training.
After the package is complete, you can pay as you go. We have special rates for our students who have purchased packages.
We are appointment based and will work with our students to make sure our schedules align.