Individual Ratings & Certificates2020-10-22T14:37:54-05:00

Individual Ratings & Certificates

Regain proficiency or advance to the next level of pilot qualification

Individual Courses are designed for pilots who are looking to get an additional rating, gain flight hours or would like to train on a part-time basis. All of our full-time student qualifications are available to part-time students. Pay-as-you-go available.

Available Programs:

Purchase Prerequisites: FAA Pilot License, Rental Insurance as needed

Flight time and instructor included

Enrollment Prerequisites: None

Available Full-Time/Part-Time

FAA minimum required flight hours for private pilot checkride:

  • Part 61 : 40 hours
  • Part 141: 35 hours

Enrollment Prerequisites: Private Pilot License and minimum of 20 hours cross-country flight time.

50 Flight Hour Program.*

Available Full-Time/Part-Time

FAA minimum required flight hours for private pilot checkride:

  • Part 61 : 40 hours

*20 hours will be flown in our Advanced Aviation Training Device (AATD). Hours flown in AATD cost less than half of flight hours in an aircraft.

Enrollment Prerequisites: Private Pilot License, Instrument Rating and minimum of 230 hours total flight time.

20 Flight Hour Program. (Includes 20 hours of ground training)

Available Full-Time/Part-Time

FAA minimum required 250 flight hours to take check ride.

Enrollment Prerequisites: Private Pilot License and Instrument Rating

15 Flight Hour Program.* (Includes 10 hours of ground training)

Available Full-Time/Part-Time

No further FAA minimum required flight hours.

*5 hours will be flown in our Advanced Aviation Training Device (AATD). Hours flown in AATD cost less than half of flight hours in an aircraft.

Enrollment Prerequisites: Unrestricted Commercial Pilot License.

20 Flight Hour Program. (Includes 30 hours of ground training)

Available Full-Time/Part-Time

No further FAA minimum required flight hours.

Enrollment Requirement: Unrestricted Commercial Pilot License

20 Flight Hour Program.* (Includes 10 hours of ground training)

Available Full-Time/Part-Time

No further FAA minimum required flight hours.

*5 hours will be flown in our Advanced Aviation Training Device (AATD). Hours flown in AATD cost less than half of flight hours in an aircraft.

Enrollment Prerequisites: Unrestricted Multi-Engine Commercial Pilot License.

15 Flight Hour Program.* (Includes 10 hours of ground training)

Available Full-Time/Part-Time

No further FAA minimum required flight hours.

*5 hours will be flown in our Advanced Aviation Training Device (AATD). Hours flown in AATD cost less than half of flight hours in an aircraft.

Enrollment Requirement: fixed-wing Private Pilot License and Instrument Rating with minimum of 130 hours total fixed-wing flight time.

50 Flight Hour Program. (Includes 20 hours of ground training)

Available Full-Time/Part-Time

Purchase Prerequisites: Private Pilot License, Rental Insurance

  • Prepaid 10 hours block time; 5% discount
  • Prepaid 50 hours block time; 7% discount
  • Prepaid 100 hours block time; 10% discount

Flight time only, instructor not included

$ 3,950 | 6 Day

Enrollment Prerequisites:

  1. Be at Least 18 Years Old
  2. Hold a Commercial Pilot Certificate
  3. Hold an Airplane Multiengine Land Rating
  4. Hold an Instrument Rating
  5. Read, speak, write, and understand the English language

Available Full-Time

  • 32 Hours Ground School
  • 6 Hours Full-Motion 737 Simulator (at Dallas)
  • ATP knowledge exam by the end of course

$ 5,290

Enrollment Prerequisites: Call (877) 423-8237 for more detail

Available Full-Time/Part-Time

  • 10 Hours Ground School
  • 10 Hours Multi-Engine Flight Training

Individual Ratings & Certificates

Regain proficiency or advance to the next level of pilot qualification

Individual Courses are designed for pilots who are looking to get an additional rating, gain flight hours or would like to train on a part-time basis. All of our full-time student qualifications are available to part-time students. Pay-as-you-go available

Available Programs:

Purchase Prerequisites: FAA Pilot License, Rental Insurance as needed

Flight time and instructor included

Enrollment Prerequisites: None

Available Full-Time/Part-Time

FAA minimum required flight hours for private pilot checkride:

  • Part 61 : 40 hours
  • Part 141: 35 hours

Enrollment Prerequisites: Private Pilot License and minimum of 20 hours cross-country flight time.

50 Flight Hour Program.*

Available Full-Time/Part-Time

FAA minimum required flight hours for private pilot checkride:

  • Part 61 : 40 hours

*20 hours will be flown in our Advanced Aviation Training Device (AATD). Hours flown in AATD cost less than half of flight hours in an aircraft.

Enrollment Prerequisites: Private Pilot License, Instrument Rating and minimum of 230 hours total flight time.

20 Flight Hour Program. (Includes 20 hours of ground training)

Available Full-Time/Part-Time

FAA minimum required 250 flight hours to take check ride.

Enrollment Prerequisites: Private Pilot License and Instrument Rating

15 Flight Hour Program.* (Includes 10 hours of ground training)

Available Full-Time/Part-Time

No further FAA minimum required flight hours.

*5 hours will be flown in our Advanced Aviation Training Device (AATD). Hours flown in AATD cost less than half of flight hours in an aircraft.

Enrollment Prerequisites: Unrestricted Commercial Pilot License.

20 Flight Hour Program. (Includes 30 hours of ground training)

Available Full-Time/Part-Time

No further FAA minimum required flight hours.

Enrollment Prerequisites: Unrestricted Commercial Pilot License

20 Flight Hour Program.* (Includes 10 hours of ground training)

Available Full-Time/Part-Time

No further FAA minimum required flight hours.

*5 hours will be flown in our Advanced Aviation Training Device (AATD). Hours flown in AATD cost less than half of flight hours in an aircraft.

Enrollment Prerequisites: Unrestricted Multi-Engine Commercial Pilot License.

15 Flight Hour Program.* (Includes 10 hours of ground training)

Available Full-Time/Part-Time

No further FAA minimum required flight hours.

*5 hours will be flown in our Advanced Aviation Training Device (AATD). Hours flown in AATD cost less than half of flight hours in an aircraft.

Enrollment Prerequisites: fixed-wing Private Pilot License and Instrument Rating with minimum of 130 hours total fixed-wing flight time.

50 Flight Hour Program. (Includes 20 hours of ground training)

Available Full-Time/Part-Time

Purchase Prerequisites: Private Pilot License, Rental Insurance

  • Prepaid 10 hours block time; 5% discount
  • Prepaid 50 hours block time; 7% discount
  • Prepaid 100 hours block time; 10% discount

Flight time only, instructor not included

$ 3,950 | 6 Day

Enrollment Prerequisites:

  1. Be at Least 18 Years Old
  2. Hold a Commercial Pilot Certificate
  3. Hold an Airplane Multiengine Land Rating
  4. Hold an Instrument Rating
  5. Read, speak, write, and understand the English language

Available Full-Time

  • 32 Hours Ground School
  • 6 Hours Full-Motion 737 Simulator (at Dallas)
  • ATP knowledge exam by the end of course

$ 5,290

Enrollment Prerequisites: Call (877) 423-8237 for more detail

Available Full-Time/Part-Time

  • 10 Hours Ground School
  • 10 Hours Multi-Engine Flight Training
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F&Q

So what is Part-61 and F.A.R Part-141?2020-07-22T20:01:58-05:00

To better understand the two different types of flight training methods, it is helpful to determine exactly what these terms mean.

The term “part” in this case refers to a part of the Federal Aviation Regulations, or FARs. The FARs outline requirements for pilots, flight schools, maintenance requirements, and many other aviation-related topics.

Part 61 of the FARs is all about the regulations for pilot certification. It outlines the topics covered during flight training and the amount of flight hours required to obtain specific flight certificates. Part 141 describes regulations for flight training institutions and flight schools. Under Part 141, a flight school must seek and maintain FAA approval for its training curriculum, syllabus and lesson plans, creating a more structured flight training environment. A Part 61 training environment is less strict, and leaves an instructor with more flexibility to change the training program as he sees fit. Both training programs teach to the same FAA practical test standards.

Financing2020-10-29T11:37:51-05:00

We provide financing through our lending partner Bright Hope Capital Inc and FinMkt, Inc.

Terms and interest rate varies based on student credit.

Please call (877) 423-8237 for more details and to begin the application process. If you are interested in choosing FinMket inc as your financing provider. Click here to get started.

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