Private Pilot License
Becoming a Private Pilot brings the world of flying to your fingertips. After passing your checkride, you can proudly say you are part of the 1% of the U.S. population that can call themselves pilots!
Adding an Instrument Rating to your Private Pilot License is a big step toward becoming a safer, more knowledgeable, and more professional pilot.
Commercial Pilot License
To get paid to fly, you'll need a Commercial Pilot License. Part of your training will include learning how to fly complex airplanes, making a few cross-country trips, and learning more about aerodynamics & aircraft systems.
Getting to the Airlines
To get hired by the airlines, each person needs a total of 750 hours or 1,500 hours depending on whether or not the person flew as a pilot in the military or strictly as a civilian.
We understand that the cost of building these hours is extreme, so we encourage everyone that is interested in becoming a professional airline pilot to become a CFI after passing their Commercial Pilot checkride.
Become a CFI
Earning a Flight Instructor Certificate is an excellent way to gain experience and advance your career. It is also can be very rewarding to watch someone grow from not knowing anything about piloting an airplane, to their first solo and then on to passing their check ride.