Are you ready for an office in the sky?

This is the best time to become a pilot. Over the next 10 years, it is estimated that 255,000 new pilots will be needed to fill the jobs from pilots retiring at the airlines after reaching 65 years of age in the U.S. alone.

Don't wait any longer and give us a call to get you on the right track to start your airline career!

Cessna 172

  • G1000 Glass Cockpit
  • TAA
  • Autopilot
  • Lycoming IO-360-L2A 180 HP
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Professional Pilot Program (PPP)

This program is designed for students with zero flying experience. You will obtain your FAA Private, Instrument, Commercial Multi-engine, CFI, and CFII licenses. Thanks to our phenomenal almost-year-round sunny weather in Central Florida the total length of our program is approximately 13 months. 

You will earn your:

  • Private License (FAA)
  • Instrument License (FAA)
  • Commercial Multi-engine (FAA)
  • Certified Flight Instructor (FAA)
  • Certified Flight Instructor Instrument (FAA)


  • 195 Hours Dual Instruction
  • 95 Hours Solo
  • 185 Hours of Ground Instruction

*Hours subject to student performance

Private Pilot License (PPL)

A Private Pilot license is appropriate for those aspiring aviators who intend to fly only for recreational activities such as flying with friends and family. It is also the starting point to your career in Aviation. The training for this course is done in a C172. The total duration is approximately 2 months.

  • 40 Hours Dual
  • 10 Hours Solo
  • 40 Hours Ground Training
*Hours subject to student performance

Instrument Rating (IR)

The Instrument Rating Course is a specialized training program that focuses on developing a pilot's proficiency in instrument flying. Through comprehensive instruction and hands-on training, participants learn advanced instrument flight techniques, navigation, and procedures. The course enables pilots to fly solely by reference to instruments, enhancing their flying capabilities in challenging weather conditions and improving overall flight safety.

  • 50 Hours Dual Instruction
  • 40 Hours Ground Instruction
*Hours subject to student performance

Commercial Pilot License (CPL)

The Commercial Pilot Course is an intensive training program that prepares aspiring pilots for a career in commercial aviation. Through comprehensive instruction and practical flight training, participants develop advanced flight skills, aeronautical knowledge, and professionalism required for commercial flying. The course covers a wide range of subjects, including aviation regulations, aircraft systems, navigation, and safety. Graduates are equipped with the necessary skills and qualifications to pursue employment as commercial pilots.

  • 65 Hours Dual Instruction
  • 85 Hours Solo
  • 50 Hours Ground Instruction
*Hours subject to student performance

Certified Flight Instructor (CFI)

The Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) Pilot Course is an intensive training program that prepares experienced pilots to become certified flight instructors. Through a comprehensive curriculum covering theoretical and practical aspects of flight instruction, participants develop teaching skills, learn instructional techniques, and gain the knowledge needed to guide and mentor future aviators. Successful completion of the course leads to the CFI certificate, enabling graduates to pursue rewarding careers as flight instructors in various aviation settings.

  • 25 Hours Dual Instruction
  • 25 Hours Ground Instruction
*Hours subject to student performance

Certified Flight Instructor Instrument (CFII)

The CFII Pilot Course is a specialized training program that equips experienced pilots with the knowledge and skills to become certified instrument flight instructors. Participants learn advanced instrument flying techniques, precision approaches, and teaching methods specific to instrument flight. Through theoretical instruction and hands-on training, pilots gain expertise in instrument flight and the ability to provide comprehensive instrument flight training to aspiring aviators.

  • 15 Hours Dual Instruction
  • 20 Hours Ground Instruction
*Hours subject to student performance

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