The Professional Program I’s core purpose is to provide students with the basic requirements to have not only the required ratings to be hired by an Airline, but also provide a very efficient way to meet the minimum flight hour requirements. During training, students will obtain their Instrument, Commercial, Multi-Engine add on, Certified Flight Instructor, and Certified Flight Instructor Licenses/Ratings. Upon completion, the pilot will be qualified to work as a flight instructor in a single-engine aircraft.
This course is uniquely customized to ensure it directly meets the training needs of the professional pilot. A rigorous combination of hands-on maneuver-based and scenario-based training profiles both increase the student’s fundamental flying skills as well as directly complement the rapid development of aeronautical decision making.
|Dual C-172 Glass Cockpit:||83.5 hrs|
|SoloC-172 Glass Cockpit:||11.5 hrs|
|Redbird FMX:||6 hrs|
|Redbird TD2:||8 hrs|
|Dual 8KCAB:||6 hrs|
|Dual DA-42:||15 hrs|
|Oral Single Engine:||86 hrs|
|Oral Multi-Engine:||15 hrs|
|Inst, Comm, CFI/CFII, DA-42 Ground School:||255 hrs Ground School|
Typical Students accumulate 1,500 hours in a longer timeframe. In your first 24 months, you have netted approximately $13,000 OUT OF YOUR POCKET!
At 24 months, you have 1,500 hours and are off to your career! In that time, you have netted approximately $8,000 IN YOUR POCKET!
HOW CAN WE ACCOMPLISH THAT?