All2Fly Aviation Academy - Learn to Fly!
The Instrument Rating will expand the flying privileges of your pilot license. On days where most flights are grounded you could be flying. Let us help you achieve your goals through a building block approach to learning. Instrument training not only helps create a safer pilot but a more knowledgeable pilot as well.
Part 61 Required Aeronautical Experience:
40 hours of actual or simulated instrument time of which 15 must be received from a flight instructor with an instrument-airplane rating.
3 hours of instrument flight training from an authorized instructor in an airplane that is appropriate to the instrument-airplane rating within 2 calendar month before the date of the practical test.
10 hours maximum instrument time in a Aviation Training Device (ATD or BATD) if no more than 10 hours is credited toward the instrument time requirements in a flight simulator or flight training device.
No minimum cross-country time. One cross-country flight must be under IFR with a flight plan filed with ATC, at least 250nm along airways ( or ATC-directed routing ) involving an approach at each airport and a total of three different kinds of approaches using navigation systems.
A Discovery Flight is not a sight-seeing flight. It's your flight!
Have you ever wondered what it feels like to be a pilot, to be the one holding the controls? For less than the cost of a full lesson, you can find out!
Your in the captain's seat while your instructor sits in the co-pilot's seat assisting you. Your instructor will explain some of the basics of flight as you both perform a pre-flight check . You taxi the aircraft out to the runway and fly the takeoff. Once airborne, you maneuver the aircraft and assist in performing the landing while the instructor maintains a loose grip on the duplicate set of controls, guiding you every step of the way.
After landing and for the rest of your life, you'll be able to say that you've accomplished something that only one person in a thousand may ever experience.
Take the controls today and fly an aircraft !!!
Professional Pilot Course
All2fly Aviation Professional Pilot Program is a full-time course that will take you from zero time to commercial pilot. Our demanding yet simple step by step program will prepare you for a career in aviation. Now is the time to become an airline pilot. Airlines over the next decade are needing more pilots then are currently available. This in turn will become the largest surge in pilot hiring history. The professional pilot program takes approximately 4 - 6 months to complete at an unprecedented low price: $37,743
Total Logged Time 250 Hrs.
Single Engine Time 185 Hrs.
Multi Engine Time 25 Hrs.
Simulator (FTD) 40 Hrs.
Private Pilot ( Single Engine Land )
Private Pilot ( Multi Engine Land )
Commercial Pilot ( Singe Engine Land )
Commercial Pilot ( Multi Engine Land )
* housing is extra
* additional time may be required due to student progress
Minimum Requirements :
Private Pilot License
Be at least 17 years old
Be able to read, speak, write and understand the English language.
Obtain at least a 3rd Class Medical Certificate
Receive and log ground training
Receive and log a minimum of 40 hours of flight time that include: ( @ $99.00 /hr.)
20 hours of flight training from an FAA authorized instructor (CFI) : ( @ $39.00 / hr. )
3 hours of cross-country flight training
3 hours of instrument training
3 hours of Practical Test preparation
3 hours of night flight training
10 takeoffs and landings to a full stop
1 cross-country flight of over 100 NM total distance
10 hours of solo flight training
5 hours of solo cross-country time
1 solo cross country of at least 150 NM with full stop landings at a minimum of 3 points
3 takeoffs and landings to a full stop at an airport with an operating control tower (KPDK Airport meets this requirement!)
Pass a Knowledge (written) Test : ( Cost @ $150.00 )
Pass a Practical (flight) Test : ( Cost @ $400.00 )