To obtain the knowledge, skill and aeronautical experience necessary to meet Federal Aviation Administration Part 61 Certification Standards.
Minimum Course Requirements
|Dual Time||20 Hours Dual Flight Instruction||$2,880.00|
|10 Hours Dual Pre/ Post Flight Ground Instruction||$510.00|
|Solo Time||20 Hours Supervised Solo Flight Practice||$1,860.00|
|20 Hours Ground Instruction||$940.00|
|Jeppesen Private Pilot Course Material||$225.00|
The above prices are based on training flights in our Cessna 152 aircraft; training in a Piper Warrior increases the cost proportionately.
Ground instruction prices are based on direct student/ instructor interaction and may be reduced by as much as two hundred dollars if student participation permits, i.e. four of more students available for formal classroom activities. Instructor time would be prorated based on the number of students in attendance.
In order to qualify for a Private Pilot Certificate, the student pilot must demonstrate through written, oral, and practical examination, that he/ she meets the knowledge, skill, and experience requirements specified in FAR Part 61 of the Federal Regulations.
|Total cost of the Private Pilot Certificate
based on the above figures (Approx.)
Prices As Of March 1, 2017 Subject To Change Without Notice