Private Pilot Ground School -- Next class begins in May 2019;
We will be offering a Private Pilot Ground School course, starting. The classes are held 6-9pm every Tuesday and Thursday nights, and continue for 13 weeks.
Even if you have not signed up for the course before the first day, are welcome to attend the first class for FREE. This first night will include an overview of the course, and what it takes to become a Private Pilot!
Learn all the required knowledge to pass the FAA Written Exam, a major step to earn your Private Pilot Certificate. This FAA Part 141 Approved ground training course follows the syllabus and training manual from Jeppesen, a leader in aviation training materials.
We do ask that you contact us before the first class, so that we have enough extra chairs placed in the room.
This class is a great way to get started with flight lessons. Ask your instructor for details.
The cost of the course is $325, and books will be $85 additional plus tax.
If you wish to start flying immediately and purchase the online Cessna Flight training kit with us while enrolling in the ground school class, we provide a $150 discount on the cost of the ground school. (Those who have previously completed one of our ground schools and have now want to begin flying may receive a $100 discount on the Cessna Flight training kit).
Ask on the first day of class about any scholarships that may be available.
Quizzes will utilize the actual FAA test questions to get your familiar with the questions to pass the FAA written test!
The first day is FREE, and we discuss what it takes to get your certificate, so come out and ask questions!
- Overview of what it takes to get your certificate. Costs / time / medical requirements etc.
- Aircraft Structures / Engines / Electrical / Fuel Systems - how the plane operates
- Aerodynamics - How a plane flies
- Airport Operations (runways, taxiways, control towers)
- Navigation / Flight Planning
- FAA Regulations
- Weather / Weather Hazards / Sources of Weather for your flight plan
- Aeromedical / Human Physiology
- Aircraft Takeoff, Landing, and Cruise Performance Calculations
- E-6B Flight Computer
Instrument Ground School -- Next class begins in February 2nd 2019;
Learn all the required knowledge to pass the FAA Written Exam, a major step to earn your Instrument Rating. This FAA Part 141 Approved ground training course follows the syllabus and training manual from Gleim, a leader in aviation training materials.