YOU can do it all
the building blocks of your success
work ONE AT A TIME OR ENROLL AS A PROFESSIONAL PILOT
The FAA Requires 40 hours of training for you Private, the US average is 65 hours
See the Specific requirements and learn more
eNCOMPASSES ALL COURSES Required
to LAND YOUR DREAM JOB
Total tuition estimate $ 34,784 Starting from Zero
A Commerical Pilot requires 250 Hours Accumulated
Estimate using the 50 Hr PlaneCard®
Flight Instructor job available when you learn to fly with us ! Starting Pay Rate $40.00 hr
SAFETY & KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER IS EVERYONEs PRIORITY
Your fleet consist of CESSNAs 172 SKYHAWK, THE TRAINER OF CHOICE
The Safest & Most Produced Aircraft
Ever at Your Fingertips
With the most stable characteristics, the Cessna 172 will take you from Zero to Hero in no time. Being docile and with proper manners, it will play nice with you.
If you want to become a successful Pilot the proper machine will help you get there. The most Trusted airplane of all times at your fingertips, the venerable Cessna 172 Skyhawk.
cessna 172 skyhawk
We got the planes ! Cessna 172 Fleet
Learn to Fly Like a Pro
IFR Certified Fleet
The fleet available to you is IFR certified, adding a level of quality and being able to learn to fly under instruments flight rules.
Your fleet consist of Cessnas 172, with similar Instruments and GPS, your transition between them is effortless and you will always be ahead of the game.
Fly the way it's meant to be, file a proper and real IFR flight plan, perform an approach, talk to controllers like the big guys, Airlines & Private Jets fly under IFR rules all the time.
TAA Technical Advanced Aircraft for Your IFR, Commercial & CFI CFII Training
We know what matters to you, and we make available to you tools that enhance your training and bring the latest technology in avionics.
Combining EFIS with PDF/MFD Solid state technology with latest state of the art IFR Certified GPS with Autopilot you have a TAA Technical Advance Aircraft and Audio Panels with ATC read back, where that last transmission from the controller can be read back to you with a click of a button in your cockpit.