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    Aviation School Pilot Program

    Our Aviation School Programs are either FAA approved FAR Part 141 training course (Private Pilot, Instrument Rating, Commercial Pilot Single Engine) and FAA Part 61 (Multi Engine Rating) flight training curriculum. Aviation School Courses are based upon FAA minimum requirements for each flight training course.

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    Aviation School Admission Requirements

    The Aviation School Admission requirements are for the complete flight training course outline. They include flight training tuition expenses, flight training study materials, and other expenses. Additional flight training hours needed are being billed at our currently published rates for flight instruction, ground instruction and aircraft.

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    Aviation School Course Completion Times

    Our Aviation School Program, starting with the Private Pilot License to Commercial Pilot Single and Multi Engine Rating may be completed within 4-6 months. We assume flight student attendance of 6 days per week. The average flight student completes our Aviation school program in 10 months or less. Completion times depend on flight student motivation, weather conditions and flight student progress.

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    Aviation School Tuition Financing

    Flight training financing is available at our Aviation School for all professional pilot career courses and Certified Flight Instructor training. Our lenders offer fexible rates and deferred payment options. Learn more about financing here

AV1 - Private Pilot Training PPL 25 Dual Hrs 11.5 Solo Hrs Services included
Cessna 15225 Hrs11.5 Hrs
PPL Online Ground School35 Hrs--
PPL Class Room Ground10 Hrs--
PPL Briefing/Debriefing 5 Hrs--
AV2 - Instrument Rating IR 35 Dual Hrs 1.5 Solo Hrs Services included
Cessna 172 P or Garmin 100030 Hrs1.5 Hrs
AATD Redbird 5 Hrs--
IR Online Ground School35 Hrs--
IR Class Room Ground10 Hrs--
IR Briefing/Debriefing 5 Hrs--
AV3 - Commercial Pilot Single Engine P141.55(e) CPL 41 Dual Hrs 1.5 Solo Hrs Services included
Cessna 172 G100033 Hrs1.5 Hrs
AATD Redbird9 Hrs--
CPL Class Room Ground23 Hrs--
CPL Briefing/Debriefing10 Hrs--
AV4 -Multi Engine Add-on 15 Dual Hrs 1.5 Solo Hrs Services Included
Piper Seminole or Seneca ME15 Hrs 1.5 Hrs
Class Room Ground8 Hrs--
AV5 - CFI Flight Instructor Training up to 15 Dual Hrs 1.5 Solo Hrs Package Service
Cessna 172 Rup to 15 Hrs1.5 Hrs
CFI Flight Instructor Academy Groundup to 45 Hrs--
FAA Medical
Flight Training Tools and Materials
FAA Practical Exam Fees
FAA Written Exam
Other fees
Zero to CFI Single Engine Total Flight Hours 148.5 Total Ground Hours 162
Admission Requirements Age:

Be 17 years of age to begin flight training; 18 years to receive the Pilot Certificate

Aviation School Student Pilot License

Student Pilot Certificate or better

Aviation School Medical

Required 3rd Class Pilot Medical for flight training, 1st or 2nd class FAA Pilot Medical for Commerical Pilot CPL License

Flight Training Language Requirements

Pilots must be able to speak, read and understand the English language and meet FAA AC60-28.

International Student Requirements

TSA Permission to Train for Private, Instrument & ME

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Aviation School FAQs

Can I convert my foreign pilot license and work as flight instructor for Florida Flyers?  We would consider your job application, if you have the legal right to work in the USA, such as U.S. Passport, Permanent Resident Card, Work Authorization Card. Florida Flyers is unable to hire foreign applicants without the legal right to work in the U.S. nor does Florida Flyers sponsor foreign pilots.

How much is flight school? Our flight training programs are the most competively priced flight school programs in the USA. Flight school fees for the entire commercial pilot course are as low as $35,000 based upon FAA minimum requirements. Flight training fees vary depending on progress, skills and flight student engagement.

Unfortunately, we provide dual flight instruction only. We do not offer aircraft rental for hour building or any other aircraft rental. Our airplanes are for flight instruction or solo flight time required within an FAA approved Part 141 course only.

Our flight academy has parntered with the Meritize platform to offer competive flight student loan options. AOPA and other platforms also offer flight training financing options. You will need to meet certain criteria such as credit history, social security number and other requirements.

Our flight academy operates a fleet of up to 30 aircraft. For flight training, we mostly operate Cessna airplanes. Many of our airplanes are equipped with modern glass cockpits such as Garmin 1000 avionics.

How to become a CFI Flight Instructor? Our flight school offers fast track CFI flight instructor courses. Become a CFI flight instructor in as little as two weeks. Required are Commercial Pilot Certificate and certain flight training endorsements.

It depends on aircraft and flight instructor availablity. Schedule and unscheduled aircraft maintenance as well as weather conditions may delay some of the scheduled flights.

Other than the enrollment fee along with submitting your enrollment form, we do not require any upfront payments. However, a flight training deposit maybe required upon your arrival, followed by equal monthly installment payments.

Our programs includes flight- and ground training times required by Federal Aviation Administration minimum requirements to complete each course module. We have added all known fees, such as TSA, theoretical and practical exam fees and other expenses to present a realistic course outline.