Why Fly with Us?
Commitment to Safety
Cost of Flying Lessons
Our NEW Airplanes
Finance your Flying
Our Flying Facilities
For the older pilots...
There is no maximum age requirement to take flying lessons -
you are never too old!
Just like all pilots, you will need to be able to hold an FAA
Medical to get a Private Pilot Certificate. Basically, if you
are in good health, you should have no problem. You can learn
more about this process on the following website: www.flightphysical.com
For the younger pilots...
We recommend you are at least 15 years old when you start taking
regular flying lessons. You will have to be at least 16 to solo
an airplane and you will have to be 17 years old to take the
No matter you age, please consider coming out for an introductory
flying lesson. You will get to fly your first time out here!
You can learn more about our range of introductory lessons and
purchase one on our website using the link below. They are all
designed for the first-time flyer, and are a great way to get
started with flying lessons.