Flight Instruction

***COVID19 – FLIGHT TRAINING AND TOURS ARE BACK! (NEW PROTOCOLS)***

If you’ve ever dreamed of learning to fly, you’ve come to the right place! If you’re already a pilot and would like to further your skills, ratings, and/or certificates, then you’ve also come to the right place!

Our main goals are to get more people flying and have fun doing it! Whatever your aviation goals are, we would love to help.

Our instructors are passionate about aviation and are always looking forward to your success. Our airplanes are the newest around and maintained by the best and most experienced mechanics in the area. This has helped us to maintain an amazing safety record since our start in 2004.

Below are the estimated costs for our Sport Pilot, Private Pilot, and Instrument Pilot courses. These costs are based off of FAA minimums and costs will vary depending on the airplane you use and how often you fly. We also provide training towards Commercial Pilot and Flight Instructor Certificates. Our Chief Pilot is a Cirrus Standardized Instructor Pilot (CSIP) and can provide training in your Cirrus or ours. For inquiries towards obtaining a Commercial Pilot Certificate, Flight Instructor Certificates or Cirrus training, please e-mail the Chief Pilot at David@AtlasAviation.com.

For our Private, Instrument, and Commercial Pilot Courses, we use Cessna’s Official Online Ground School. The Online Ground School will cover everything you need to know to be a safe pilot and pass your FAA Airman Knowledge Test.

The Online Ground School also integrates with the course syllabus. To find out more about the curriculum and ground school go to:
www.CessnaFlightTraining.com

You can also go to the below link to download our syllabus:
http://cessnaflighttraining.kingschools.com/secure/CCF/library.aspx

If you would like to schedule your first flight lesson – CLICK HERE!

If you would like more detail on what is involved in getting your private pilot certificate – CLICK HERE.

Detailed cost information for FAA minimum license requirements and also “typical student” breakdown –Part 61 Training Costs

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