Flight Training
We offer flight instruction to aspiring and current pilots looking for certifications, ratings, and mountain flying experience. Services available include ground and flight instruction, pre and post flight briefings and preparation for knowledge and practical exams. We also offer recurrent training and provide biennial flight reviews.  

Discovery Flight 


Flight Training Cost- $210 per flight instruction hour

Ground Instruction Cost- $50 per ground school instruction hour

Gift Certificates Available 

Have you ever dreamed of becoming a pilot? Join us for an introductory flight lesson. This discounted lesson includes a choice of either 30 or 60 minutes behind the controls to give you the basic idea of what it means to be a pilot.

Discovery Flight- $99 for 30 minutes or $160 for 60 minutes

Private Pilot

Private Pilot Course (Part 61) 

A private pilot rating is the entry level pilot program. Private pilots fly under visual flight rules (VFR). Under VFR, the weather must be sufficient to allow the pilot to visually navigate the aircraft and to visually maintain separation from obstacles and other aircraft. Private pilots may also carry passengers but not for compensation or hire. Flight costs may be shared with passengers. ​

At a minimum, the FAA requires you to have at least 40 hours of flight instruction and solo flight time. The average number of hours at which students earn their licenses is between 60 and 70.

Contact us or more information regarding instrument and commercial training.

Training Cost @ 40 hours
Aircraft Rental & Dual Flight Training: 30 hours @ $210/hr- $6,300
Ground Instruction: 20 hours @ $50/hr- $1,000
Aircraft Rental Solo: 10 hours @ 160/hr- $1,600
Jeppesen Private Pilot Kit- $275
Jeppesen Online Ground School- $239
Ipad with Foreflight- $1,000 
FAA Medical Exam- $130
FAA Written Test Fee- $150
FAA Private Pilot Practical Test Fee- $800

Total Estimated Cost Private Pilot Training- $11,494 minimum

(Costs may vary depending on individual needs and actual number of flight hours. The average number of hours at which students earn their licenses is between 60 and 70.)