Non-ATP Flight
Training Options

Instrument Rating

Estimated training cost: $6,900

How many times have you had to cancel a flight because the weather wasn’t quite VFR? Adding and Instrument rating to you current pilot certificate opens a lot of doors when it comes to travel planning. Having an instrument rating can also help with insurance rates as well! Tie your go/no-go decision a little less to the cloud conditions and learn to fly instruments in a PA-28-180. 

Includes:

Up to 17 hours of flight training

20 hours ground school

Note: Cost of the course doesn’t include time building to meet Part 61 requirements. Total training costs will depend on student performance and availability.

Part 141 Instrument Rating

Estimated training cost: $12,314

Earn your Instrument rating in 35 hours using our Part 141 training without worrying about Part 61 hours-entry requirements. 

Includes:

Up to 35 hours of flight training

30 hours ground school

Commercial Pilot Certificate

Estimated training cost: $10,375

This is your first step to becoming a professional pilot! To get paid to fly, you must hold at least a Commercial Pilot certificate. Flight training is conducted in Piper Cherokees. To obtain a commercial license, a pilot must have 250 hours of flight time. The applicant must also complete 10 hours of flight training in a complex or TAA aircraft and have received sufficient ground school to pass the written test. 

Includes:

Up to 30 hours of dual flight training

10 hours of solo flight training

10 hours ground school

Note: Cost of the course doesn’t include time building to meet the 61 requirements.

Course uses both PA-28-140 and PA-28-180 aircraft.

Total cost depends on previously logged pilot time of the applicant, applicant performance, and applicant availability to train.

Part 141 Commercial Pilot Certificate

Estimated training cost: $31,614

Part 141 Commercial training will allow you to skip the Part 61 hours-entry requirements and complete your rating in as little as 120 flight hours. All of our Part 141 training is accomplished in a PA-28-180 aircraft.  

Includes:

Up to 120 hours of flight training

30 hours ground school

Certified Flight Instructor Training

Estimated training cost: $3,800

Even though you can get paid with a commercial pilot rating, the most common path to a professional flying career begins as a certified flight instructor. Earn your instructor rating and learn from our cadre of highly experienced instructors, each with decades of real-world experience. Our CFI course is designed to be an accelerated course that, once complete, will give you the tools required to pass your check ride, but more importantly to instruct on the line.  

Includes:

Up to 5 hours of flight training

10 hours ground school

Already have a CFI: If you are looking to add a new class? We offer accelerate training to add MEI and/or Instrument Instructor rating to you current instructor certification.

Instrument Instructor Airplane rating

Estimated training cost: $3,375

Includes:

Up to 5 hours of flight training

10 hours of ground

Multi-Engine Instructor:

Estimated training cost: $5,975

Includes:

Up to 5 hours of flight training

10 hours of ground

Tailwheel Endorsement

Training Cost: $255 per hour dual

Tailwheel flying is one of the best ways to improve your stick and rudder skills. Flying tailwheel demands better foot work and coordination than tricycle aircraft. Mastering this skill is not only rewarding, but fun during the process. Open up a new category of aircraft with unique off airport capabilities by learning to fly a tail wheel in our C-170. Because this training is mostly proficiency based, price will be determined on student performance. 

Multi-Engine Add-on Training

Course Cost: $8,388

Add a multi-engine rating to your private or commercial single-engine certificate with our multi-engine add-on course. Flight training is accomplished using our fleet of Piper Seneca II aircraft equipped with Garmin GPS and electronic flight displays. Training for a multi-engine rating will normally take around 7 hours of flight and about 3 hours of ground school if you are a current and proficient single-engine pilot. This means training can be accomplished in just a few days. Want more training for insurance requirements, confidence, or peace of mind after the check ride? We also offer post-course additional light twin flying academics and instructional flight block rates upon request.

Part 141 Multi-Engine Add-on Training

Course Cost: $15,037

Add a multi-engine rating to your private or commercial single-engine certificate with our multi-engine add-on course. Flight training is accomplished using our fleet of Piper Seneca II aircraft equipped with Garmin GPS and electronic flight displays. Training for a multi-engine rating will normally take around 7 hours of flight and about 3 hours of ground school if you are a current and proficient single-engine pilot. This means training can be accomplished in just a few days. Want more training for insurance requirements, confidence, or peace of mind after the check ride?

We also offer post-course additional light twin flying academics and instructional flight block rates upon request.

Includes:

Up to 15 hours of flight training

20 hours ground school