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Training Overview
Your training comprises two parts – flight training and ground school.

During your ground school, you'll learn bits of "book knowledge" you'll need to be a proficient pilot. You have several options for ground training, but the goal is to successfully complete your aviation written test.

Flight training takes place in the airplane. You'll learn the skills and gain experience to safely operate an airplane on your own – and pass your check ride.

Basic Requirements:
You must be at least 16 for a student certificate and 17 for a private pilot certificate. There is no maximum age limit.
You must be able to read, speak, and understand English.
You must pass a FAA required medical exam from an approved Aviation Medical Examiner (AME)

Click here for a listing of local Aviation Medical Examiners (AME), or click here to perform a search for your area

F.A.R. Part 141 Private Pilot Program  
Club membership including first month's dues
$ 50
35 hours Cessna 172 Classic
4,060
20 hours flight instruction with a Certified Flight Instructor (CFI)
760
15 hours preflight/post-flight briefing w/ CFI
570
Private pilot kit of books and supplies
355
Total
$ 5,795

 

 

 

 

 

 


PLEASE NOTE
This program is based on the legal minimum time for the private pilot course. Most students require more than this minimum to complete the courses. In the past, the average English speaking student has taken 50-60 hours to complete the course for an average cost of about $7877.00-$9265.00. The average time for a limited-English speaking student has been 70 hours.

Nov 1, 2013