In as few as 11 days you could become a Private Pilot!
Getting your license in a compressed and structured timeframe can be a tremendous benefit. Because you're building motor skills and muscle memory, practicing daily allows you to become a natural at piloting as quickly as possible. In these programs we train daily and accomplish the training in under two weeks. The "normal," non-accelerated training track that people follow is two (2) or three (3) 2 to 3-hour lessons per week. This training schedule leads to the national average of approximately 75 hours required to get a private pilot license. When people dive into our accelerated flight training programs, they are able to get their license in far fewer hours, resulting in a significant financial savings.
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Syllabus Based Training
We have adopted the ASA Complete Private Pilot syllabus-based training program. The program covers everything involved with becoming a Private Pilot, preparing you for your check ride. With our program we provide you with the course and all the materials you will need.
What's included in the accelerated course?
This course includes the all flight time and ground instruction to meet the needs of an average student with good English language skills and ability. The following is included:
- Rental Aircraft, Dual Instruction, Pre-Solo Test, Solo Flight Time, Ground Instruction, Ground Instruction Test Signoff, Pre-Check Ride Test Prep, ASA Private Pilot Online Ground School, ASA Part 61 Private Pilot Kit (ASA AirClassics Pilot Briefcase, The Complete Private Pilot by Bob Gardner, The Complete Private Pilot Syllabus, Private Pilot Test Prep book, FAR/AIM book, Visualized Flight Maneuvers Handbook (for High-Wing Aircraft), Private Oral Exam Guide by Michael Hayes, Private Pilot Airman Certification Standards (ACS), Flight Computer (Kit contains E6-B Fiberboard #ASA-E6B-P), Plotter (Kit contains Ultimate Rotating Plotter #ASA-CP-RLX), Pilot Logbook (Kit contains Standard Pilot Logbook #ASA-SP-30), Student Pilot Guide, Alaska Chart Supplement, Anchorage Sectional)
Items Not Included:
- Private Pilot Check Ride (Approximately $600.00)
- Written or Check Ride Test Re-Takes Due to Failed Test Results
How do I start flight training?
- Give us a call! We can go over the program in further detail and even give you a tour of our maintenance shop and school house. Once we receive your deposit, we can schedule your start date and begin with some documentation. Some of the documentation you will need include: completing the airman knowledge test, obtaining a medical certificate and student pilot certificate. If you need help navigating some of the necessary requirements to start flight training we can assist you.
The airman knowledge test examines you on the concepts and information you will need to know for your training. It is a computerized exam that will need to be passed before you start your Accelerated Program.
Once we receive your deposit, we will provide you with an online-based ASA Ground School course that you will use to study for your written test. This course provides you with an ebook, over 10 hours of video presentations, and practice quizzes to prepare you for your written knowledge exam. We have found this to be much more beneficial and practical than the standard ground schools other flight schools use.
You must have a current Medical Certificate prior to starting the Accelerated Program.
This physical must be conducted by an FAA-designated Airman Medical Examiner. You will be asked to fill out an online FAA application and medical history form. The doctor will check your vision, hearing, balance, and nose and throat. The doctor will determine that you do not have any mental or neurological problems such as alcoholism, epilepsy, psychosis, or a serious medical condition such as chronic heart disease or diabetes mellitus.
Student Pilot Certificate
You must have your physical Student Pilot Certificate in hand prior to starting the Accelerated Program. Once you complete your application it will take up to three (3) weeks to receive it in the mail. However, most students have received their card in about 7-10 days. We can assist you with the application for your student license.
What are my options to pay for flight school?
Fly Around Alaska accepts credit card, cash, cashier's check, and wire transfer. If you would like to view financing options, click here.
Come fly with us!
*Note: This program is only available during the spring, summer and fall months and must be scheduled in advance. We take a hiatus from the accelerated programs from October through March. We recommend beginning your studying 1-4 months prior to the start of your program. Contact our office for deposit information to guarantee your spot on the schedule and obtain your study materials.