RECREATION & CAREER PILOT TRAINING
• FAA APPROVED PART 141 SCHOOL
• This school is authorized under Federal law to enroll nonimmigrant alien students.
• ESTABLISHED 2008
Greenwood Lake Airport
West Milford, NJ
Train at a Unique Flight School!
Our training takes place over the beautiful lush forests of North Jersey and the largest lake
in the region, Greenwood Lake. New York City is only a forty five minute drive away and is a perfect day trip for those students moving to the area. The open spaces and small airport provide a relaxing training atmosphere for beginners.
Sitting just outside of Class B airspace, you will learn to fly in one of the busiest air spaces around.
Talking to towers and New York Tracon during your training will give you confidence in your skills once you are out and flying on your own. Included in your flight training is a lesson that incorporates the Special Flight Rules Area of the Hudson River Corridor
and allows you training in one of the most dense aviation hubs of the United States.
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Make your first flight a real adventure. Our discovery flights are perfect if you want to learn to fly and it counts towards your first flight hours! Just looking for the experience? This is also a great option for anyone craving that magical birds-eye-view. Our instructors will act as your local tour guides for this unforgettable flight experience!
RECREATIONAL PILOT COURSES
Photo by Don Web
Obtaining your Private Pilot's License opens many doors for the recreational pilot. With your license you can fly a basic, single engine aircraft. This is the first step for those looking to achieve higher ratings and certificates. Training at our school allows you to complete your license faster than at other non-part 141 FAA Approved schools.
CAREER PILOT & ADVANCED RATINGS
If you want to get paid to fly, this is your route. Commercial pilots must be at least 18 years old, or older. They must have a minimum of 190 hours of flight time, hold an IFR rating, or be restricted to only daylight operations, under visual flight rules (VFR), and operating within 50 miles from the originating airport. They may, however, fly for hire.