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We can’t wait for you to fly with us!
We offer both accelerated and paced training across all of our flight training programs. Whether you’re looking to get your sport pilot certificate or need to do some time building as you work towards your commercial certificate our team can get you there.
If you’re interested in a degree through Liberty or Purdue your timeline will depend on your course curriculum with them.
Paying for your Flight Training
How to Get a Discounted Rate
In order to get a discounted rate, private pilot students must initially purchase a flight savings package. This is a $6,800 payment made at the start of your training. All of this money is put on account and you’ll bill against it as you go through each ground and flight lesson.
Once you’ve used that money on your account you’ll make a $3,000 payment and again, all of that money will go on your account. You’ll continue this process until you complete your private pilot certificate.
$199/hr Discount Rate
$199/hr Discount Rate
*Please note that the rates above do not include any fuel surcharges. As of April 2022, a fuel surcharge has been put in effect due to the rapidly increasing fuel prices. For current surcharge rates please speak with a member of our team.
We work with both Purdue Global and Liberty University. With both of these programs, you’ll do your coursework through the university, and then your flying with us. Both Purdue and Liberty provide fantastic programs that can help you earn the degree that’s important to you while also becoming a pilot ready to head to the airlines.
If you’re not sure if you should go the university route or focus completely on flight training watch the video below.
New Student Checklist
The checklist below is intended as a guide so you know what to expect in order to start your private pilot training.
Before working on any of these items please speak with a member of our team so we can address any questions and guide you through the process.
Before our admissions team begins collecting any documents we’ll need to collect a $200 deposit. This is a non-refundable deposit, however, all of it will be applied to your training once you complete your enrollment. When you’re ready to pay the deposit simply let our team know.
1. Medical Certificate
We suggest getting the medical certificate BEFORE flight training in the event something is discovered that would preclude you from flight training.
You can get a first, second, or third-class medical certificate. If you’re considering a career as a pilot, you’ll want to get first-class medical.
If you had a medical in the last 10 years you can instead get the BasicMed. It’s an alternative option that allows a pilot to fly without holding a medical certificate as long as they meet specific requirements.
How to Get a Medical Certificate:
- Complete a Medical Application online using FAA MedXPress (don’t fill this out until you speak with us), the FAA’s online pilot medical tracking system. Print out your completed application.
- Make an Appointment with an AME (Aviation Medical Examiner). This is a doctor that specializes in pilot examinations. Click here to find an AME near you. If you’re in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, we suggest:
Dr. Stephan Kramer – 972-731-9555
Note: If you have any concerns or questions regarding passing a medical please discuss them with us BEFORE you schedule your medical appointment.
2. Document Signatures
These are documents you’ll sign during the onboarding process.
3. ID & TSA Verification
We’ll need a copy of your government ID along with your birth certificate or your passport. These documents are used for TSA verification. If you’re a permanent resident please see the TSA Approval section below.
4. Aircraft Rental Insurance
Non-owned aircraft rental insurance is required for every student whether they’re flying solo or with an instructor. “Non-owned” Rental insurance may be obtained through Avemco Insurance Company by visiting their website or by calling 1-888-241-7891. Be sure to use the promotional code. “TF16”.
|Standard Bodily Injury||$25,000|
|Non-Owned Aircraft Physical Damage/Liability||$30,000|
*Non-Owned Aircraft Insurance can be either Single-Engine or Multi-Engine. Which insurance you get will depend on what type of training you’re doing with us.
5. Pilot Certificate or Student Pilot Certificate
We’ll need a copy of your current pilot certificate.
If you don’t already have a pilot certificate you’ll need to apply for a student pilot certificate. This is your first pilot certificate
To start the application you’ll go to the “IACRA” (or Integrated Airman Certification and Rating Application) website. IACRA is the FAA database that manages ratings for pilots, instructors, and mechanics.
You’ll have to create an IACRA account and apply for a Student Pilot Certificate. Then on the first day of your training, you’ll finish the application with your instructor. A temporary certificate (which may be used for flight training) will be emailed to you in roughly a week and the hard copy will be mailed to you in roughly a month.
If you need housing while you attend any of our programs we’ve partnered with several local hotels to offer discounted rates. We also offer housing with other students in a shared apartment, however, availability varies. Click the link below to view more information on housing options.