Our Course List


Private Pilot Programs

Duration: 4 – 6 weeks

Requirements: Applicant must be 17 years of age and at minimum must hold an FAA third class medical with student pilot certificate.

Professional Pilot Program

Duration: 6 – 8 Months

Requirements: Applicant must be 17 year of age to initiate course, and 18 years of age at time of course completion. Must hold an FAA third class medical certificate.

Instrument Through Commercial

Duration: 4 – 6 months

Requirements: Applicant must be 17 year of age to initiate course, and 18 years of age at time of course completion. Must hold an FAA third class medical certificate.

Instrument Rating

Duration: 3 – 5 weeks

Requirements: Applicant must be 17 year of age and at minimum must hold an FAA third class medical with private pilot certificate.

Requirements: Applicant must hold a U.S. Private Pilot Certificate / Multi-Engine land. Must hold an FAA Third class Medical.

Recommended Pre-requisites: Applicant should hold an ICAO or FAA instrument rating. This course is designed to introduce the piston pilot to the jet aircraft and glass cockpit environment. It also provides an opportunity to practice CRM tasks and procedures. The course is taught by current airline qualified line pilots. Pilots leave this program with an absolute “edge” in the airline interview and training process!

Requirements: Applicant must hold a U.S. Private Pilot Certificate or U.S. Commercial Pilot Certificate.

Requirements: Applicant must hold an FAA Flight Instructor Airplane Certificate and at minimum FAA Third Class Medical. Conducted under FAR part 61.

Requirements: Applicant must hold an FAA Third Class Medical and Commercial Pilot Certificate, single engine land with instrument rating or ATP certificate. This course is conducted under FAR part 61.

Requirements: Applicant must hold an FAA Third Class Medical and Commercial Pilot Certificate, single engine land with instrument rating or ATP certificate. This course is conducted under FAR part 61.

Requirements: Applicant must hold an FAA third class medical and Flight Instructor Certificate. Designed for CFI who lacks multi-engine pilot in command time. Credit may otherwise be available. Conducted under FAR part 61.

Description: Our school has years of experience in assisting foreign pilots obtain FAA licensing, and we are proud to call ourselves ICAO conversion specialists! Although the first step of any ICAO conversion is a thorough logbook review, we have set forth an outline of the necessary steps… Read More

Add On Programs

Duration: 3 – 5 weeks

Recommended Pre-requisites: Applicant must be 17 years of age and at minimum must hold an FAA third class medical with private pilot certificate.