Discovery and Tour Flights: $300, 1 hour with an instructor, and 1 hour in the aircraft
Private Pilot's Liscense (PPL) Package: $12,990 includes 44 aircraft hours, 110 instructor hours, groundschool, and books.
Does not include costs such as: Examinations, medical, headset, foreflight, etc
Our package's aircraft hours are based upon the FAA's legal minimum of 40 hours for a PPL, most students across the US finish in 60-70 hours, our students tend to finish in about 50-60. Any hours beyond the 44 are billed at the pay as you go rates below.
Instrument Rating (IR): $11,990, includes 40 aircraft hours, 100 instructor hours, groundschool, and books
Commercial Pilot's Liscense (CPL) from no experience: $54,900, includes 189 hours of non-complex time, 10 hours of complex time, 385 instructor hours, all 3 groundschools, and all books.
AMEL Add-On: $6,795, includes 8 aircraft hours, 20 instructor hours, groundschool, and books.
ATP (Military Conversion): $4,500, includes 6 aircraft hours, 15 instructor hours, and groundschool.
Please note this is for the practical portion (the checkride). You will need to have your written and CTP course completed prior to starting.
PAY AS YOU GO AND RENTAL COSTS
Grumman cheetah (AA-5A): $189
Beechcraft Bonanza: $350
Beechcraft Baron: $550
$60 per hour single engine
$70 per hour multi engine
$80 per hour turboprop
$90 per hour jets
Add 10 per hour if aircraft is not school owned.
David Clark: 5/flight or 75 per rating
Lightspeed: 10/flight or 150 per rating
VA/GI Bill Funding: We do accept VA funding, however:
The VA does not cover the PPL.
The VA considers the IR and CPL to be one course, and provides approximately $14,000 total for both.
The VA covers all ratings we offer, with the exception of a multi-engine instructor (MEI)
Loans: A number of organizations provide funding for flight training.
Scholarships: Several scholarships are available for flight training. We suggest starting your search with AOPA and The EAA