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Private Pilot’s License

If you have always dreamt of flying high in the sky, obtaining your Private Pilot’s License is the first step to making that dream a reality. We believe that anyone can become a private pilot with the help from our trusted instructors and the airline quality training we provide.

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Be 17 years or older

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Pass at least the Third Class Medical Exam

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Accumulate 40 hours of flight training time

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Completed Private Pilot Ground School Course

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Pass FAA written exam

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Pass FAA Check-Ride (Oral, Flight Exam)

$12,000

approx price

Commercial Pilot License

Don’t just stop at your Private Pilot License! A Commercial Pilot License focuses on teaching you maneuvers and techniques that will most definitely make the sky the limit in your career.

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Be at least 18 years old

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At least a Third Class Medical

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Receive at least 20 hours of instruction

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Hold a Private Pilot License

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Hold an Instrument Rating

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Time Building Included

$11,000

approx price

Instrument Rating

Having your instrument rating on top of your Private Pilot License will define your ability to perform and function an aircraft in all weather conditions. This rating will teach you how to use instrumentation to operate an aircraft. It is also highly recommended to obtain if you are wanting to pilot in coastal areas and operate in severe climate conditions.

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Hold a private license

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Receive at least 15 hours of instruction

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Time Building Included

$9,000

approx price

Multi-Engine Rating

If you are wanting to pilot cross country or aspire to be a professional pilot, having your Multi-Engine License will allow you to do just that. Multi-engine aircrafts are much larger and faster with complex systems which will take new skills beyond the Private Pilot License to ensure safety when operating.

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Approximately 8 hours of flight time

$6,500

approx price

Biannual Flight Review

A Biannual Flight Review is required for all active U.S. pilot certificate holders every 24 months. It will include 1-hour of ground instruction and 1-hour of flight time.

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Can be completed in Red Rock aircraft or a personal airplane

$225

in red rock aircraft

$125

in personal aircraft

Professional Pilot Course

This includes everything you need to go from 0 time to a working flight instructor. It takes approximately 9 months and includes everything: books, instruction, flight time building, and tests. Red Rock pricing is approximately $20-30 thousand dollars less than other larger schools. We offer a more personalized experience, a focus on safety and a better value.

$50,000

approx price

instructor Certification

$4,000

Certified Flight Instructor (CFI)

$2,300

Certified Flight Instructor Instrument (CFII)

$6,500

Multi Engine Instructor (MEI)

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