Getting started is easy. Just give us a call to set up an appointment. While not required, most students like to get their feet wet by first taking a $99 introductory flight with us first before signing up for lessons. There are no strings are attached, but you will want to schedule your flight at least a week out.
Once you are ready to sign up for lessons you should make an appointment and bring in both your birth certificate or passport (as proof of citizenship) and your calendar to schedule flights. You should be prepared to schedule lessons two or three times per week a month in advance. For each lesson, you should plan about three hours of home study.
Can't fly that often? We will accommodate whatever schedule you provide us but you should recognize that flying less frequently will increase the length and cost of your training while decreasing your chances of completion. The best way to complete flight training efficiently is by setting aside the time and money to commit to completion.
Things to bring to your first lesson:
- Birth certificate or passport (not required for intro flights)
- Checkbook - we give a discount for those who set up accounts with check or cash
- Calendar - because you are going to have such a great time you will want to schedule future flights