- Be at least 17 years of age by the time you finish you Private Pilot License. You may begin training at a younger age, however you must be 16 to perform a solo and 17 to gain the certificate.
- Obtain an FAA Third Class Medical Certificate
- Obtain a Student Pilot Certificate
- Be able to speak, read, write and understand the English Language.
- Be a U.S. citizen or apply through AFSP for foreign pilots.
- Pass the required knowledge test with a minimum score of 70%
- Pass the required practical test with an FAA Designated Examiner
Private Pilot License:
- Requires 40 hours of flight training. This includes 35 hours of Dual Flight Time and 20 hours of Solo Flight Time.
- You will work one on one with an instructor throughout your training. This includes any ground work.
- There is no required ground training though you will need it. You are encouraged to read and study with recommended material at home.
- There is no application process to fly with our flight school. We will set you up with an instructor that fits your schedule, and you can begin training right away.
- Each flight will go over a specific lesson based off of our training course outline.