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Flight Training

Sport Pilot License

Sport Pilot Certificate
There are two primary certificates, commonly called licenses, that you can earn in order to enjoy the privileges, challenges, and beauty of flying. They are the Sport Pilot Certificate and the Private Pilot Certificate. To be eligible to receive either certificate in a single-engine airplane, there are a few minimum requirements.

You must:

Be 16 years old to solo.
Be 17 years old to receive your pilot certificate.
Read, speak, and understand English.
Hold at least a valid drivers or a third-class medical certificate.

Sport Pilot Certificate Cost (minimums)

Sport Pilot Kit
199.99

Minimum 20 Hours Instruction
15 Hours Dual Flight Time
2760.00

5 Hours Solo Time
670.00

15 Hours Ground Instruction
750.00

Aircraft Rental Per Hour
134.00

Instructor Rate Per Hour
50.00

Dual Rate Per Hour
184.00

$4180.00*+ tax everything needed (*minimums)
Private Pilot License

Private Pilot Certificate
There are two primary certificates, commonly called licenses, that you can earn in order to enjoy the privileges, challenges and beauty of flying. They are the recreational pilot certificate and the private pilot certificate. To be eligible to receive either certificate in a single-engine airplane, there are a few minimum requirements.

You must:

Be 16 years old to solo.
Be 17 years old to receive your pilot certificate.
Read, speak, and understand English.
Hold at least a third-class medical certificate.
The private pilot certificate

A private pilot certificate is like a driver’s license. It allows you to fly anywhere in the United States and even outside the United States when you comply with regulations of the foreign country where the aircraft is operated. You can carry any number of passengers, and you can share certain operating expenses with your passengers. There are fewer limitations for a private pilot then there are for a recreational pilot. Although, there are currency and medical requirements to make sure you stay proficient and healthy, only a few other factors affect when and where you can fly. Once you earn your license, you are free to wander around in the skies below 18,000 feet above sea level to your heart’s content. You might take the family on a trip to see relatives in a distant state or use an airplane to shorten the time it takes to make business trips to another city.

Private Pilot Certificate Cost $8100.00 (minimums)

Private Pilot Kit
199.99

40 Hours Instruction
30 Hours Dual Flight Time
5700.00

10 Hours Solo Time
1400.00

20 Hours Ground Instruction
1000.00

Aircraft Rental Per Hour
140.00

Instructor Rate Per Hour
50.00

Dual Rate Per Hour
190.00

$81000.00 Minimums
Accelerated Flight Training

Most of the time cheaper than the normal way
Flight Simulator

$125.00= 1 year membership

$15.00= 1 hour

Maximum two hours per day unless the Simulator is not booked.

$199.00 5 year membership