Flight training is more than textbook knowledge and passing a test.
It is risk management, resource management and aeronautical decision-making that keep pilots out of trouble.
Our training program focuses on these topics through a scenario-based approach to learning. Like most things in life, there is no single way to accomplish a task. Some methods just work better than others.
Our students are taught to think as Pilot in Command from the very beginning and make decisions to determine the outcome of every flight.
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Private Pilot Requirements
See the world from a different view, with your private pilot certificate
Be at least 17 years of age (16 to solo aircraft)
Be able to read, speak, and understand the English language
Obtain at least a current third-class medical certificate
Receive and log ground training from an authorized instructor or
complete a home-study course
Pass a knowledge test with a score no less than 70%
Pass an Oral test as well as a Practical test
Accumulate at least the minimum flight experience as per FAR §61.109
1) 40 Hours Total Flight Time
2) 20 Hours Flight Instruction
3) 3 Hours Night Training
a) 1 Cross Country Flight over 100 nautical miles total distance
b) 10 takeoff and landings to a full stop
4) 3 Hours of Flight Training Controlling the Airplane by Sole Reference to the Instruments(BAI)
5) 3 Hours Flight Training in the preceding 2 Calendar Months
6) 10 Hours of Solo Flight Time
a) 5 Hours of Cross Country
b) 1 Solo Cross Country of at Least 150 Nautical Miles Total Distance, with 1 Leg at least
50 Nautical Miles Straight Line Distance
c) 3 Takeoff and Landings to a Full Stop