This course is one of two that enable the student to gain the necessary aeronautical knowledge, skill, and experience to meet the FAA requirements for a Private Pilot certificate with an Airplane category and Single-Engine Land class rating. Flight training is on-on-one with a Certified Flight Instructor who teaches basic flight maneuvers, solo flight, introduction to instrument flying, ground reference maneuvers, radio navigation, and emergency situations in accordance with all facets of the FAA Private Pilot Airman Certification standards. Flight training includes the number of minimum FAA Part 141 FAA-approved flight school simulator and aircraft flight hours to meet performance requirements for an FAA Private Pilot Certificate. All students pay flight fees for each flight course based on the number of hours of the course. 30 hours is the minimum required for most students; those students needing additional hours are responsible for additional payment. After the final hour of flight training, the student receives a grade based on evaluations throughout, including four FAA-required Stage Checks (written and flight tests) and recorded attendance throughout the semester. The published flight fees don’t include the FAA flight test or the examiner’s fees.
School of Professional Studies and Management
30 flight hours per term