Per hour rate and includes all fuel, oil, etc.
Log up to 20 hours towards an Instrument rating, 50 hours towards a commercial rating, practice actual IMC, and keep up Instrument currency.
150 and 160hp low wing aircraft. Cruise speed 110 knots
large baggage compartment, slightly more room, cruise speed 117 knots
Restored C-35 Beech, Dual training only, Garmin 430 Waas, 145kt cruise speed, constant speed electric prop.
Per hour rate for pre, post, and during flight.
20 hour pre purchased Block rate discounts are available
The FAA has set a minimum hour requirement for each desired rating; However, each student is different and learns at a different pace.
We recommend at least once a week and the more frequently you are able to fly, the quicker you will achieve the desired rating and the less likely you are to forget the information learned from the previous lesson.
We have instructors available from before sun up to after sun down and we can make just about anyone's schedule work.
The FAA requires a minimum of 40 hours flight time to take the PPL check ride. 30 of those 40 hours will be with an instructor and 10 will be solo.
You can fly at night, carry passengers, and fly just about anywhere in the world. However, you can not fly for hire or go near or in clouds.
All students are not required to carry rental insurance however it is recommended. If you are a private pilot and want to rent the aircraft without an instructor, you must have at least a $35,000 renters insurance policy.
Everyone learns at their own pace. The link below provides a breakdown of the cost based on the minimum required flight time. Keep in mind, the national average is 60 flight hours for the private pilots license.
You must be at least 16 years of age to solo and 17 years old to receive your private pilots license. You must be able to read, speak, write, and understand the English language.
There are multiple ratings required to become a career commercial pilot. In order to be marketable to the airlines, you must achieve upwards of 1500 hours. Many pilots choose to accomplish this through becoming a Flight Instructor.