Private Pilot License
3 - 4 MONTHS
Welcome to Aviation 101
The first step towards becoming an airline pilot is earning your Private Pilot Certificate. the Private Pilot Certificate is where we all start our aviation journey.
Private Pilot License
Flying is enjoyable, functional and can be used for business or pleasure. It is not as hard as you may think, especially when you are working with the right training school and flight instructor. You can earn your Private Pilot Certificate in as little time as just a few weeks and start enjoying the freedom to fly during the Day and Night to all your desired destinations
Our basic course consists of around 90 hours of total on-site education and over 15 hours of HD online training. The majority of that time is going to be in a Piper Cherokee PA-28 or simulator and the rest is going to be on the ground, classroom and online.
Our simulator oriented training system will prepare you for the flight training portion of your journey and it will minimize your total training investment. On the first lesson you will fully experience the value of this integrated method of training and you will fly the airplane for the first time knowing exactly what to expect.
By practicing complex tasks and procedures in the simulator first, you can learn faster in the airplane with the knowledge you’ve gained. This allows us to teach you good habits to carry with you through your aviation career.
4 Steps To Get Your License
This phase is the most demanding and at the same time the more enjoyable on your aviation journey. During the pre-solo phase you will be learning how airplanes fly and how to control them in different scenarios. You will be professionally guided to the process of taking off and landing as well as handling all the task associated with flying like talking to the air traffic controller, navigating and making sound and safe decisions.
Requirements – 20 hours minimum of flight training with an instructor on the Private Pilot areas of operation.
- 3 hours of cross country flight training in a single engine airplane
- 3 hours of night flight training in a single engine airplane
- 1 Cross country flight of over 100 nautical miles (total distance)
- 10 T/O’s and 10 landings to a full stop with each involving a flight in the airport traffic pattern
- 3 Hours of flight traiing by reference to instruments in a single engine airplane.
- 3 Hours of flight training in a single engine airplane within the 60 days prior to the practical test.
105+ Hours of Training
Academy Phase 1
50 Hours of Flight Time
Most of your training will be in the actual aircraft: our Piper Cherokee PA-28. Learn how fun and exciting flying through the skies can be with our highly trained pilots. Once your instructor says you are ready, you will be able to fly alone to train for your private pilot license.
30 Hours on The Ground
You will be learning alongside a small group of individuals who share a common goal. Your academy group will work together in a classroom environment for aviation concept learning and practice teaching on the ground and in the simulator.
10 Hours of Flight Simulator
FAA Approved Aviation Training Device. Based on the popular Cessna 172, our One-G Foundation simulators are model specific FAA Approved Aviation Training Device that are designated as platform for integrated instruction for all pilots, from student through commercial.
15 Hours of Online Videos
Like all classes, there is some homework to reinforce your learning and help teach you fundamental concepts that are critical to becoming a successful pilot. We partner with Sporty’s to integrate the Online Training For our Private Pilot students.
Start Flying Today
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