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Making the decision to learn how to fly will be one of the most rewarding pursuits you will ever accomplish. The skills you learn as a pilot will allow you to have incredible experiences and make lasting memories.

Become a Private Pilot!

Earning your private pilot license is the starting point to your avaiation experience. A private pilot can fly themself and their passengers to destinations both nearby and throughout the U.S. and Internationally. A private pilot license allows you to take the yoke (or stick) of the plane and navigate your way to those destinations you have always wanted to reach. Whether it is a weekend trip to California for wine tasting or an overnight camping trip in a remote area with friends, a private pilot license will set you on your way. Whether it is a hobby or a proffession in aviation that you are seeking, earning your wings as a private pilot is where your jouney begins.

Add on an Instrument Rating!

Adding on an instrument rating to your existing private pilot or commercial pilot license will greatly increase your knowledge and privileges in many areas. The main advantage to adding on an instrument rating is the ability to fly inside clouds and less than ideal weather comfortably, confidently, and safely, all while navigating to your destination. For those of you living in the Pacific-Northwest, adding on an instrument rating gives you a great advantage for flying in the winter months. Also, no matter what type of weather you will be flying in, an instrument rating increases you knowledge of weather, ATC and airspace procedures, navigation, multi-tasking, and many other areas.

Become a Commercial Pilot!

For career minded aviation individuals, this license is mandatory, although you do not need to be committed to making a living in aviation to obtain your commercial pilot license. Having your commercial license will allow you to be paid for your piloting skills and add to the foundation of your aviation experience. Earning your commercial pilot license will focus on advanced skills and maneuvers for piloting your aircraft safely and confidently in demanding airport environments and during emergency situations. The skills that you learn in this license are recommended for any aviator, career minded or not.

Add on a Multi-Engine Rating!

Although it is possible to start your training in a twin-engine airplane, due to their expense, complexity, and speed, it is more common to begin your training in a Single-Engine Airplane and add-on a Multi-Engine Rating at some point after the basics of flying have been learned. During the training for your Multi-Engine Rating, you will learn about what is different between flying a single engine airpane and a multi-engine airplane safely and confidently. Adding on a Multi-Engine Rating opens new possiblities in your flying ability, career possiblities, range of flight, and the speed at which you can arrive at your destination.

Become a Certified Flight Instructor!

Becoming a Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) offers a realm of new and rewarding possibilites. Teaching others who share your same passion for flying can be very fulfilling. There are various levels of flight instructor licenses to obtain, all with their own advantages. A standard CFI license allows you to teach Private and Commercial pilot applicants, conduct Bi-Annual Flight Reviews, and teach ground schools. A CFII - Certified Flight Instructor Instrument, allows you all of the above with the addition of teaching people who wish to add-on an Instrument Rating. A CFII can also conduct Instrument Proficiency Checks. If you wish to instruct someone how to fly a multi-engine airplane, you will need to obtain your Multi-Engine Instructor (MEI) Certificate.




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