Choose from Part 141 and 61 training courses
Private Pilots License (PPL)
The first step in becoming a pilot is earning your Private Pilot License. It is the foundation on which other more advanced ratings rest for those interested in careers as pilots. The Private Pilot rating is a prerequisite to the Commercial Pilot License and other subsequent ratings.
For some individuals, the Private Pilot rating is sufficient as it allows the holder to rent aircraft (Though these regulations will be changing in the near future), carry passengers, and conduct most non-commercial activity.
For more detailed Private Pilot Rating training requirements as outlined in Federal Aviation Regulations, click here.
For more detailed Private Pilot Rating Add-On Category training requirements, click here.
Commercial Pilots License (CPL)
After you have a Private Pilot License, earning a Commercial Pilot License would enable you to work as a pilot. The Commercial License is an entry level working license; it is a prerequisite for more advanced ratings such as Certified Flight Instructor, CFI Instrument, and Airline Transport Pilot. We offer courses for all these ratings. The training requirements and costs are outlined below. An individual with a Private License in helicopters could probably earn a Commercial License in 2 months, if they train aggressively.
For more detailed Commercial Pilot Rating training requirements as outlined in Federal Aviation Regulations, click here.
Instrument Rating (IFR)
Certified Flight Instructor (CFI)
Certified Flight Instructor + Instrument (CFII)
Airline Transport Pilot (ATP)
This course is preparation for the written exam and check ride. Federal Aviation Regulations require that an ATP candidate have at least 1,200 hours of total flight time, amongst other things. If you are trying to earn an ATP rating, you should contact one of our instructors at firstname.lastname@example.org.