Flight Training

Flying is a great way to bring distant destinations within easy reach. Enjoy the incredible view from the air. Enjoy a community that shares your enthusiasm for flying. Talk to a pilot; they will tell you flying is the most fun, rewarding, and challenging experience of their lives. Enjoy the benefit of being able to travel faster to fun destinations for business or pleasure.


Private Pilot

In our FAA Part 141 Private Pilot Flight Training Program, you will learn to fly in a structured environment that will take you from zero experience to a Private Pilot Certificate in as little as 35 hours. Our program is designed to be completed in 6 months, but can be completed in as little as 3 months.


Instrument Rating

Instrument training is designed to teach pilots how to navigate and control an aircraft safely and accurately in conditions where visibility is limited, such as clouds, or fog. This training is essential for pilots who wish to fly in adverse weather conditions, as well as for those pursuing advanced pilot certifications.


Commercial Pilot

Commercial pilot training is the phase of aviation education where aspiring pilots gain the skills, knowledge, and experience necessary to fly aircraft for compensation or hire. This training builds upon the foundational skills acquired during private pilot training and instrument training.



Multi-engine training focuses on teaching pilots the skills and knowledge required to safely and effectively operate aircraft equipped with multiple engines. This rating is often a prerequisite for certain types of commercial flying, such as airline or charter operations, where multi-engine aircraft are commonly used.


Certified Flight Instructor

CFI training prepares pilots to become effective and knowledgeable flight instructors capable of teaching students how to fly safely and proficiently. CFI candidates learn effective instructional techniques, communication skills, and methods for presenting complex aviation topics in a clear and understandable manner.


Multi-Engine Instructor

Multi-Engine Instructor (MEI) training focuses on preparing experienced pilots to become proficient instructors in multi-engine flight operations. They study methods for teaching complex flight maneuvers, engine failure procedures, asymmetric flight handling, and other specialized topics related to multi-engine aircraft operations.


Certified Flight Instructor - Instrument

Certified Flight Instructor - Instrument, is an advanced phase of pilot education that focuses on preparing experienced pilots to become proficient instructors in instrument flying. The role of a CFII is to impart knowledge, develop instrument flying skills, and instill a safety-oriented mindset in aspiring instrument-rated pilots.

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Frequently asked questions

What is the Difference Between Part 61 and Part 141?

Part 61 and Part 141 are two different sections of the Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs) that govern how flight training is conducted. Part 61 is the most common form of flight training and is what most flight schools use. Part 141 is a more structured form of flight training that requires a higher level of FAA oversight. Part 141 schools are required to have a more structured syllabus and training program. Part 141 schools are also required to have a higher level of

What is the Difference Between a License, Rating, and Certificate?

A license is a document issued by the FAA that allows you to act as a pilot in command of an aircraft. A rating is an addition to a license that allows you to fly a different type of aircraft or under different conditions. A certificate is a document issued by the FAA that allows you to act as a pilot in command of an aircraft for compensation or hire.

What is a Discovery Flight?

A discovery flight is a short flight with a flight instructor that allows you to experience flying first hand. It is a great way to see if flying is for you before you commit to a full training program.

How much does it cost to learn to fly?

The cost of learning to fly varies greatly depending on the type of aircraft you fly, the type of training you do, and how often you fly. The FAA requires a minimum of 40 hours of flight time to obtain a Private Pilot Certificate. The national average is around 60 hours. The cost of flight training is typically between $10,000 and $15,000.

Take to the Skies!

With our all inclusive Discovery Flight, you will get to experience the thrill of flying an airplane. You will be able to take the controls and fly with the assistance of one of our certified flight instructors.

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