Sport Pilot License

Interested in flying light-sport aircraft? Our Sport Pilot program will turn you into a certified pilot in no time.

Sport Pilot Certificate

When selecting your flight training, one of the most important considerations is your ultimate end goal. If you’re pursuing a career in aviation you’ll be better off pursuing a private pilot license instead of a sport pilot one. But if you simply want to fly light sport aircraft then a sport pilot certificate is exactly what you need.

Below are some details about our Sport Pilot flight training program, as well as some of the privileges and limitations that come with it. When you’re planning to start your sport pilot license you’ll need to take the FAA written exam.

Sport Pilot License


Timeframe

3-6 Months

Price

Starting at $6,795

The Sport Pilot Program Includes:

  • 20 hrs. – Total Flight Time
  • 15 hrs. – Dual Flight Training
  • 5 hrs. – Solo Flight
  • 22.5 hrs. – Knowledge (Ground) Training
  • 3 hrs. – Mock Oral Practical Test Prep
  • Jeppesen Pilot Training System
  • Pilot Syllabus
  • FAR/AIM Manual
  • E6B Flight Computer
  • Navigational Plotter
  • Pilot Logbook
  • Fuel Tester
  • Flight Bag
  • Aviation Headset

Privileges & Limitations:

  • Operate as pilot in command of a light sport qualified aircraft
  • Carry a passenger and share expenses (fuel, oil, airport expenses, and aircraft rental)
  • Fly during daytime using visual flight rules (VFR). Three statute miles visibility and visual contact with the ground are required
  • Fly in Class E and G airspace (Flying in Class B, C, or D airspace requires an endorsement from an instructor)
  • Sport pilots may fly production (standard airworthiness certificate) and experimental amateur-built aircraft that meet the FAA’s definition of a light sport aircraft
  • Prohibited from flying in Class A airspace or in instrument conditions
  • May not fly above 10,000 ft. or at night
  • May not carry a passenger or property for hire or another form of compensation
  • May not carry more than one passenger
  • May not fly faster than 120 knots
  • May generally fly only within the United States
  • Prohibited from flying in furtherance of a business

Sport Pilot Frequently Asked Questions

Ready to start sport pilot training? Give us a call or fill out our contact form and we’ll help you decide which program is right for you.