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Private Pilot training is designed to introducing you to aircraft, basic flying techniques and skills (including takeoff, landing, navigating from one airport to another airport with reference to landmarks, emergency procurers, etc).

This course has minimum requirements as follow:

25 hrs. VFR Cessna 152 (W/Instructor)

10 hrs. VFR Cessna 152 (Solo)

35 hrs Ground School w/Instructor

1.5 hrs. VFR Cessna 152 (Solo) Check ride 


The instrument rating is advanced training designed to teach you the necessary skills/procedures required to safely navigate through weather conditions which do not permit flight with an outside visual reference (means into the clouds, above the clouds or in foggy conditions, you can’t see where you are and where you heading). Instrument flying is where you really learn to fly the airplane and is vital to a professional career.

This course has minimum requirements as follow:

35 hrs. IFR Cessna 172 (W/Instructor)

30 hrs. Ground School w/Instructor

1.5 hrs. IFR Cessna 172 (Solo) Check ride

(Multi-Engine/Single-Engine) (180 Hrs)
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The commercial pilot training is designed to teach you how to handle the airplane under maximum performance factors acquired in the private and instrument course and expand on them to meet the higher standard requirements. When you finish the commercial pilot course you will have obtained the professional qualities demanded in order to act as pilot in command of an aircraft for compensation or hire.

This course has minimum requirements as follow:

160 hrs. VFR Cessna 152 Dual Hr Building

20 hrs. IFR Multi-Engine/Single-Engine (W/Instructor)

10 hrs. Ground School w/Instructor

1.5 hrs. IFR Multi-Engine/Single-Engine ((Solo) W/Examiner)


The multi-engine pilot course is designed to teach you how to fly a high performance/complex twin-engine aircraft under varying conditions, including single-engine operations. Currently, Pro Aircraft uses a Piper Seneca PA-34 to minimize the transition time from single to twin-engine aircraft. The course begins with an introduction to multi-engine normal operating procedures, aerodynamics, and aircraft systems. It continues with single engine procedures, aerodynamics, and maneuvers. Finally, instrument proficiency under normal and single-engine conditions will be performed to commercial pilot standards.

(10 Hrs per course) (PART - 61)

The flight instructor course is designed to take all your knowledge of flying and expand it to the point you can teach it to other students. This rating is the most difficult of all the certificates to acquire. It demands a great deal of ground study and course preparations. When you complete your Certificated Flight Instructor check (CFI) (CFII) (CFI-ME), you will possess all the necessary skills to be an instructor for new pilots.