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Whether it's fly for a career or fly for fun, your initial step is to get a private pilot license. Which gives you the ability to fly around with family and friends for pleasure and fun. Once you get this license you can rent planes from us, elsewhere, or even own a plane and fly around. FAA requires 40 hours of flight time. The national average is 60 to 65 hours for an average student to become a private pilot license holder. Our school average is 50 to 55 hours.
Our Planes offer:
Cessna 172 SP Steam Gauge: 4 Seater, 180 Hp, Newer Models
Cessna 172 SP G1000: 4 Seater, 180 Hp, Advanced Models Newer Models (glass cockpit)
Cessna 152: 2 Seater (Only for students with 190 lbs and less)
We rent out our plane @:
Cessna 152: $120 Per Hour
Cessna 172 SP: $165 Per Hour
Cessna 172 G1000: $190 Per hour
Instructor: $ 80 Per Hour
The total budget for the Private pilot you are looking at is 12 to 14 thousand dollars if you are using Cessna 172. However, if you chose Cessna 152 it will be around 10 - 11 thousand Dollars.
We don’t charge anything upfront or deposit. It's pay as you go. Fly for the lesson and then pay. Each lesson would cost you from $300 to $350 depending on the time on the plane and time with the instructor.
I would recommend our discounted First flight Lesson which is only $225. with instructor and plane for an hour. You will be able to judge how is the plane the instructor and whether you can take it forwards. You will be given control of the aircraft and taught a few maneuvers during the first flight lesson. This flight will be logged to your logbook and be counted on your total time towards the Private pilot.
Regarding schedule, our instructor can work with you as per your schedule as we are open 7 days a week sunrise to sunset. As long as the weather permits them to fly.
If you need more information I would recommend a visit where we can show you planes and our full motion simulator and facility. To schedule a visit please click the link below:
I would also recommend a discovery flight where you get to feel the plane. The instructor will also give your controls and this gets logged in your log book and counts towards your flight training. It’s an hour's flight. To schedule a flight kindly click the link below :