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Below is common flight school information to help answer any questions you may have about the process.

  • How long will it take me to become a pilot?
    We recommend flying 3-4 times a week, at this rate you can finish your private pilot certificate in 4-6 months. Learning at this pace will help the student finish quickly while also being well prepared for their check ride.
  • How much does flight training cost?
    The Private Pilot cost can range from $11,000-14,700. The price fluctuation is based on the student's rate of progress, and you'll pay per hour that you fly. If you're able to fly consistently and retain the information, you will most likely finish with fewer hours, thus making it cheaper. That's why we really encourage people to fly at least 3-4 times a week, and even more if possible. This cost is all inclusive with instruction, plane rental and gas. The Professional Pilot Program takes you through Private Pilot, Instrument Rating, Commercial Pilot and Certificated Flight Instructor. After you become a CFI, you can start making money while building your time to get an airline or corporate pilot job. The more hours you have, the easier it is to get to the next level, and the professional pilot program is significant in achieving this goal. The cost for this program is approximately $68,000.
  • How do I become eligible for an airline pilot?
    To become an airline pilot, you must have a first-class medical certificate, your commercial pilot certificate, and 1500+ hours of flight time. If you a have no prior hours or experience, it could take you up to 2 years.
  • What is uniform policy and dress code?
    We do not have a dress code in place.
  • What should I bring to training?
    We have kits available with everything you need to start flight training.
  • What are the medical requirements for becoming a pilot?
    You have to pass an FAA medical in order to continue flying. You can fly with an instructor without one until you're solo (Around 10-15 flight hours). Guide for Aviation Medical Examiners
  • Do you accept financial aid?
    We are not currently able to take government funded student aid. However, we do offer financing through Pilot Finance.
  • Do you offer financing?
    Yes! We offer payment plans and financing through Pilot Finance

If you have any questions regarding our flight school information, please contact us today at (254) 540-6854, and we will be happy to help! 

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