Be at least 17 years of age (16 to solo)
Read, speak, and understand English
Minimum of 40 hours of flight time
Pass 3 FAA exams: written, oral, flight
PRIVATE PILOT REQUIREMENTS
On a mile of highway, you can drive a mile.
On a mile of railway, you can travel a mile.
With a mile of runway, you have the whole world.
READY TO FLY?
Call to schedule your first flight - (215) 646 0400
THE PRIVATE PILOT CERTIFICATE
Earning your pilot certificate is a truly incredible achievement! And training for it can be fun, cost effective, and more fulfilling than you'd ever imagine. It'll afford you the ability to travel anywhere you choose with the freedom to pick up and go on your schedule. In addition to the personal fulfillment you're sure to experience while flying, you will be joining an elite group of individuals with a rather exceptional skill. There are less than 600,000 active certificated pilots in the United States. That's less than one quarter of 1% of the country's population. Not only will you be able to claim mastery of a feat many envy, but the benefits and opportunities are second to none.
Private pilot training with flyADVANCED is carefully designed to be respective of both time and budget.
To get your private pilot certificate, you’ll need to ultimately pass 3 tests: an FAA written exam, an oral exam, and a practical flight test. Through a combination of simulator, flight, and ground lessons, your instructor will ensure that you’re prepared to pass these tests and, more importantly, that you have a level of skill and knowledge that will ensure your safety and competence as a newly licensed pilot. Your training at flyADVANCED is custom tailored by you and your instructor to fit your own schedule. A typical flight lesson lasts for 2-3 hours, and it includes a pre-flight briefing with an instructor, a simulator or flight lesson, and a post-flight debriefing. You can complete your training in as little as 3 months, and your training will incorporate 3 phases.
PHASE 1 - PRE-SOLO FUNDAMENTALS
During this phase of your training, you will become familiarized with the aircraft and maneuvers, and you will learn about the regulations associated with general aviation.
PHASE 2 - SOLO FLYING AND CROSS-COUNTRY FLIGHT TRAINING
When your instructor determines you are ready to fly solo, you will fly a number of flights to and from the airport by yourself. This will build your confidence and allow you to continue practicing the maneuvers you learned prior to this phase. Concurrently, you'll train with your instructor to master the knowledge and skillset required to navigate safely from one airport to another over long distances.
PHASE 3 - CHECKRIDE PREP
During the final phase of your training, you will fine tune what you have previously learned to ensure you meet the FAA Private Pilot standards. When your instructor deems you ready for the exam, you will be recommended for your checkride.
Your training will be performed at your own pace, depending on your availability and your motivation to earn your license. The more frequently you come in for lessons, the more you'll retain between flights, and the more you retain, the more quickly you'll progress. This is critical to saving you both time and money.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
You give us money. We give you money.
Receive an additional 10% credit for every $10K you put on an account with us. Then pay per lesson from your account.
$10K + 10% credit = $11,000
PAY PER LESSON
Pay as you go for ground, simulator, and flight instruction.