We have been asked the question a million times, “how much?” and our reply would have to be “well that depends on you”. This is a very fair and honest answer, but unfortunately it’s not what a potential client wants to hear. So, we decided to tell you the client what you want to hear. Our “All Inclusive” options for both the Private Pilot and Sport Pilot certificates. We designed these programs to take the guesswork out of what could otherwise be a confusing process. We built this program to be a step-by-step process that anyone can follow, with the added benefit of not worrying about how to pay for the next lesson. Sometimes we get clients that dable with their flight training, and for those clients, the “pay as you go option is for them. Our All-Inclusive programs are designed for the serious client that wants to complete their course in a timely manner with no surprises.
There are several reasons. Most other schools advertise pricing that includes only your minimum required flight hours (FAA minimums: 20 hours- Sport Pilot, 40- Private Pilot) and flight instruction. They don’t include tests, insurance, materials, home study courses, etc. These hidden costs delay, and thereby threaten completion. We include everything you will want and need to complete your license. We just want you the student and future pilot to be happy with our services and become part of our family here at Independent Aviation Solutions!
That depends on what your end goal is for your flight training. If all you want to do is obtain a pilot certificate to achieve a life-long goal, fly during the day with a loved one and experience flight at your leisure, then the Sport Pilot certificate may be the right choice for you. If you would like to fly at night, fly a wide range of airplanes, or make flying a career then obtaining your Private Pilot Certificate would be the better choice. Flight time with either certificate will allow you to obtain higher ratings or even become a sport pilot instructor if that’s of interest!
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Okay, so maybe this question was a bit sarcastic, but we do get folks in retirement that would love to realize their long awaited dream of becoming a pilot. There is no cap on the age to become a pilot. If you are able-bodied, medically fit to drive, willing and able to learn, and can physically get in and out of the aircraft, then welcome aboard captain!
Many people refer to the pilot certificate as a “pilot license”, these terms are often used interchangeably. The difference is that a certificate never expires whereas a license does. This means that once a pilot certificate is earned, it’s good forever! This is why obtaining a pilot certificate is considered a great investment into yourself. Completing your flight training will introduce a new and exciting skill set that will enrichen your life and you will have proof of your experience that will be with you always.
Welcome! We would love to provide you our aircraft for rental. Contact us at info@FlyWithIAS.com or call 636.373.8700 for a check out and we’ll get you flying.
We have a variety of options! Contact us at 636.373.8700 or info@FlyWithIAS.com We encourage you to come out and take an introductory flight with us. From there, we can help walk you through the necessary steps. You will want to apply for a student pilot certificate as soon as possible, as this process may take a few weeks.
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