Airplane Private Pilot Certification

A Federal Aviation Administration Part 141 Program
The private pilot certificate permits the holder to act as pilot in command of a single engine airplane while carrying passengers. This program is for those who have not yet decided if flying for a career is their desire. Students who, after completing this program, decide to pursue flying as a career, may enroll in the Commercial Pilot Certification Program or the Professional Pilot Diploma Program "A" and have credit for the Private Pilot Certification Course.

Eligibility For Enrollment

  • FAA medical certificate
  • Read, Speak and understand English.
  • Be at  least 16 years at the beginning of the course

Special Notes

The minimum legal requirement for flight training is as established by the Federal Aviation Regulation Part 61 or Part 141 approved school syllabus. However, this may not be sufficient training, in individual cases, for a student to attain private pilot proficiency. A student shall have the opportunity to progress at his/her own learning rate to complete the program in minimum time, but it is prudent for planning purposes to consider the possibility of a program in excess of minimum times. It is not unusual for students to require 5 to 10 hours additional dual instruction to graduate from the program. Any extra time will be charged at the current school rates.

The Ground School will be completed using the FAA approved Pelican Ground School or Computer Based Training system.

What included

  • 35 hoursin-class ground school
  • 15 hourspre- and post-flight briefings
  • 1,2 hoursdual AATD ALX Simulator
  • 22,8 hoursdual instruction in a Cessna 152
  • 11 hourssolo in a Cessna 152
  • 2 hoursFAA Exam (Aircraft fee)

Aircraft Flown

Cessna 172 The most popular aircraft in our PPL

We are not asking for payments upfront. You will start paying for training when your visa is approved and you arrived in USA.

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