Earn your Private Pilot License in as little as 40 hours of flight training. Imagine having the ability to fly family and friends to a weekend getaway, or how about flying your spouse to Key West for dinner, and getting back in time to watch the 11pm news? All of this and more is possible with your Private Pilot License.
Learn to fly totally by reference to flight instruments. With an Instrument Rating, you’ll be able to go wherever you want without having to wait for optimal weather and visibility conditions or take a back seat to commercial jet traffic. The Instrument Rating will allow you to fly under a special set of flight rules by which a controller will guide you to your destination over the radio.
Thinking about a career in aviation? With a Commercial Pilot Certificate, you can fly airplanes for hire. Whether it’s for a local company, your own personal aerial photography business, or any one of the numerous possibilities open to Commercial Pilots, the Commercial Pilot Certificate will allow you to explore more horizons in the field of aviation. Additionally, you will be eligible to begin training as a Certified Flight Instructor and teach others to fly.
Become a Flight Instructor and share your love of aviation. If your plans include becoming a professional pilot, there’s no better way to build hours and experience than becoming a Certified Flight Instructor (CFI). With the initial CFI rating, you can train student pilots to become a licensed Private Pilot, and train Private Pilots to become licensed Commercial Pilots. We also have Instrument Instructor courses (CFII), and Multi-Engine Instructor courses (MEI), so you can train pilots to fly multi-engine aircraft and get their Instrument Rating.