When most people are asked why they want to fly,
they say because flying is fun and exciting!

 If you think that piloting an airplane is only for those who join the military
or want to become commercial airline pilots, think again.
Anyone can be a part of general aviation.

N6336V 172 RG Garmin 430 & ADS-B

N490SP 172/SP -KIN 94 GPS

N9563A 1998 Cessna 172R Garmin 430 / ADS-B

Private Pilot Training Part 141

 (Your Basic Pilot's License) 

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.

Each lesson will include both a ground and flight portion, weather permitting.
The Ground Course is taken concurrently with the Private Pilot Flight Course. Our personalized one on one training consists of instruction from CFI's, textbook, video presentations, and stage exams.

Flight Requirements:
-17 years old
-Complete the minimum 35 hours ground training-Able to read, write, and understand the English language
- at least 16 years old
Ground Requirements:
-Complete the minimum 35 hours ground training
-Complete the minimum 35 hours air training
-Able to obtain a third class medical certificate
-Able to read, write, and understand the English language

What do I need to bring ?

Student Pilots should bring:
1. Their Birth Certificate or a current Passport
2. A valid photo I.D (Driver's License)
3. A log book (If applicable)