Private Pilot Course

Congratulations! You made the decision to pursue your dreams of flight.

Flight training is tough, but fulfilling. Here you will find all the information that you need to know in order get your Private Pilot’s License. There is a section covering each area of the Private Pilot Airman Certification Standards (ACS).

The ACS is what your examiner will use to evaluate your aviation knowledge. After completion, you will be able to pass your checkride with flying colors.

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Course Syllabus

  • So You Want to be a Pilot?
    • What You Need to Start Flight Training
    • Medical Certificates
    • Requirements to Become a Private Pilot
    • Privileges and Limitations
  • Airworthiness
    • Airworthiness: Part 1
    • Airworthiness: Part 2
  • Airspace
    • Overview
    • Class A
    • Class B
    • Class C
    • Class D
    • Class E
    • Class G
    • Special Use Airspace
  • Systems
    • Powerplant
    • Propeller
    • Flight Controls
    • Fuel System
    • Pitot Static
    • Vacuum
    • Gyroscopic Principles¬†
  • Human Factors
    • IM SAFE Checklist
    • Personal Minimums
    • Optical Illusions
    • Hypoxia
    • Spatial Disorientation
    • Motion Sickness
  • Weather
    • Weather Briefings
    • How to Read a METAR
    • Terminal Area Forecast (TAF)
    • Weather Systems
    • Thunderstorms
    • Clouds
  • Flight Planning
    • Required Material
    • Route Planning
    • Fuel Planning
    • Nav Logs
    • Filing A Flight Plan
    • Diversions
    • Lost Procedures
  • Emergency Procedures
    • Emergency Procedures
  • Flight Maneuvers
    • Power-Off Stalls
    • Power-On Stalls
    • Slow Flight
    • Steep Turns
    • Rectangular Course
    • Turns Around a Point
    • S-Turns
    • Emergency Descent
    • Spin Awareness
    • Basic Attitude Instrument Flying
  • Final Thoughts
    • Congratulations!

Flight Course


  • Must be at least 17 years of age (16 to solo)
  • Be able to read, write, and understand English
  • BasicMed or at least a 3rd class medical
  • Accumulate 40 hours of flight time
  • Pass the FAA knowledge test and practical test


We use a structured syllabus developed in accordance with FAA regulations and other top-tier universities. You can download a copy by clicking the link below.


The average cost to obtain your Private Pilot’s Certificate is $9,000- $12,000. This includes aircraft rental, instructor time, and checkride fees.

Regularly scheduled students can expect to complete the course in three to six months

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