Discovery Flight

A Discovery Flight is perhaps the best way to see if flying is really for you. If you have ever thought, what it would be like to fly an airplane? or what about having the lifelong goal of an aviation career…a Discovery Flight will introduce you to some of the thrills aviation has to offer.  Call Today !!!

 

Private Pilot

 

No matter what you are goals for flying, it all begins here.  Your PPL or Private pilot’s license is the first step on your journey.
The FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) has set the minimum that all candidates must meet to obtain a Private Pilot license.  Those requirements are spelled out in detail in CFR §61.102-120

 

Instrument Pilot

An instrument rating is not a license but is an add-on to an existing Private license or Commercial Pilot Certificate. An Instrument Rating allows you to act as PIC (Pilot In Command) of an airplane during IFR                  (Instrument flight rules)conditions (inside clouds, low visibility, etc.). Instrument training centers around becoming proficient at flight solely by reference to instruments along with a deeper look into the rules and weather associated with flying into IMC ( Instrument Meteorological Conditions).

The FAA details them in CFR §61.65. 

Commercial Pilot

Having the ability to earn money while flying, requires you to have a Commercial Pilots Certificate. It’s not just for airline pilots and Charter Pilots, even a crop duster Pilot needs a commercial license!
Commercial pilot training enhances your ability to control the airplane by performing Commercial Pilot maneuvers to the standards set by the FAA. This rating will probably be the easiest and most fun ratings one will ever achieve.

 

Flight Instructor

Our CFI course is designed to take a Commercial Pilot (ASEL)  to the completion of their Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) Certificate. With your CFI, you can build experience, knowledge, skill, and flight time, while getting paid!  A CFI certificate is required for one Pilot to teach student pilots the art of flying, conduct flight reviews, proficiency, or checkouts, and in most cases a catalyst for getting their first professional pilot job.

Flight Review

 Safety depends heavily upon the development and maintenance of each pilot’s basic skills, systems knowledge, and aeronautical decision-making skills.
The purpose of the flight review required by Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) 61.56 is to provide for a regular evaluation of pilot skills and aeronautical knowledge.
An Instructor should tailor both the flight review and any follow-up plan for training and proficiency to each pilot’s skill, experience, aircraft, and personal flying goals.

Instrument Proficiency Check

 

Stay current my friends. The CFII carries a huge responsibility. Weather is still a factor most likely to result in aviation accidents and perhaps fatalities. So just know. An instrument rating is not a license to fly in all weather.  Quite the contrary. It’s more like it gives you the knowledge and skills to know when to stay out conditions you have no business being in, in the first place.  While an instrument rating attests a pilot has the knowledge and skill, because you let yourself go and now need an IPC,  The CFII  you hired really doesn’t know what your true skillset is and especially how you fly in real-world IMC situations. We do IPC checks, they are challenging, they are expensive but worth doing. They are actually cheaper than your funeral cost. let us help you get current and stay current!!!

 

Drone FAR Part 107

If you are interested in learning how to become a Commercial rated drone pilot, we can help. Please give us a call to set up a time to evaluate your goals and create a plan that fits your needs.

Instructor Rates

Orientation                 $80.00 per hour
Checkouts                   $80.00 per hour
Private Pilot                $80.00 per hour
Instrument Pilot        $90.00 per hour
Commercial Pilot       $90.00 per hour
CFI/ CFII                       $90.00 per hour
Flight Review              $80.00 per hour
IPC                                $90.00 per hour
Discovery Flights     1/2 hour  $170.00
1 hour    $280.00