PREFERRED AIRCRAFT SERVICES

Flight Training

  • PRIVATE PILOT
  • INSTRUMENT
  • MULTI ENGINE

PPL, MULTI, IFR – PAS Flight Training offers flight training for Private Pilot License, Multi Engine Rating, Instrument Rating and an additional 50 hours of Cross-County flight time.

Course Price List

COURSE CURRICULUMRECURRENT TRAININGPILOT INITIAL TRAINING
COURSE DURATION2 DAYS3 DAYS
Aircraft Systems/Checklists2 Hours4 Hours
Engine Operation/Turbine Theory3 Hours3 Hours
Aircraft Performance Charts1 Hour1 Hour
Flight Risk Assessment/CRM1 Hour1 Hour
Weight and Balance1 Hour1 Hour
High Altitude Operations1 Hour2 Hours
Oxygen Requirements/Physiology 1 Hour1 Hour
Emergency Procedures/checklists2 Hour2 Hour
Ground schoolTotal 13 HoursTotal 16 Hours
Aircraft Ground Familiarization1 Hour2 Hours
Aircraft Maintenance/Servicing 2 Hours3 Hours
Cockpit Procedure Training2 Hours3 Hours
Flight Training to ProficiencyMinimum 2 HoursMinimum 5 Hours
COURSE PRICING$2800$5400

Piston Training

AIRCRAFT TYPERECURRENTINITIAL3 DAYS
2 DAYS2 DAYS3 DAYS
Aerostar $1600$ 3,200
Baron 55 / 58 $1600$ 3,200
Baron 58P / 58TC $1600$ 3,200
Bonanza $1600$2,500$ 3,200
C-310 $1600$ 3,200
C-340$1600$ 3,200
C-414$1600$ 3,200
Cessna C-421$1800$2,500$3,200
Cirrus SR20 SR22 $1600$ 3,200
Malibu/Mirage/Matrix $1600-
Mojave$1,600$3,200
P-210$1600$ 3,200
P-337$1600$3,200
PA-31 Navajo, P-Navajo, Mojave $1600$ 3,200
PA-32 $1600$2,500$ 3,200
Seneca $1600$ 3,200

RATINGS

Instrument

An instrument rating allows a pilot to fly by sole reference to the instruments in the flight deck, and without any reference to the ground outside. This type of rating can be added on to a private pilot certificate or commercial pilot certificate.

Instrument Instructor

A certified flight instructor (CFI) must add an instrument instructor rating to his certificate (CFI-I) in order to instruct students that want to obtain an instrument rating.

Multi-Engine

A multi-engine rating is an add-on rating to the private pilot certificate. A multi-engine rating is necessary for most advanced training schools, and for those who want to go on to fly in the airlines. For others, it’s an optional add-on rating. A multi-engine rating will allow a pilot to fly in a twin engine aircraft. (Aircraft with more than two engines require a type-rating specific to that aircraft.)

Multi-Engine Instructor

A CFI that wants to instruct in a multi-engine airplane must first obtain a multi-engine instructor rating (MEI).

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