Yes. Being a pilot involves more than flying. You’ll learn about the weather, aerodynamics, FAA regulations, airspace, and more. In addition to studying on your own, you’ll receive one-on-one instruction with a qualified instructor.
We have a couple of different payment options available PAY AS YOU GO - This option allows you to pay after each lesson. The lesson price will vary depending on what you work on each day and how long [...]
We recommend flying a minimum of 2-3 times a week in order to progress through your training efficiently. Our schedule allows you to choose your own class times and pace.
The price you pay will vary greatly depending on how long it takes you to complete your training. Refer to the individual license page you would like to achieve for the minimum hour requirements. Those breakdowns are based on [...]
The more frequently you fly, the faster you will complete your training. Our schedule is flexible and is one on one with an instructor. This means that you are able to go at your own pace. We recommend flying [...]
We recommend contacting the office or your pilot on the day of your flight if you have any concerns regarding weather. In the event your flight is cancelled due to weather you can reschedule directly with your pilot or [...]
Participants must be at least a minimum of 12 years of age for the discovery flight, additional age restrictions apply for gaining of a helicopter license. Please see the individual page for the license type you are applying for. [...]
Yes, for the R-44 helicopter, the participant must weigh no more than 300lbs.
Your flight training will take place in a Robinson R-44 helicopter, one of the most popular helicopters in the world and an ideal starting point for those wishing to enter the industry as commercial pilots or for the private [...]
No flying experience is necessary! This is a complete course from an introductory flight lesson right up until the last flight in preparation for your FAA checkride, and you will be taught everything you need to know.