Just click here and sign up for a Discovery Flight. A Certified Flight Instructor will contact you within 24 hours to schedule your Discovery Flight. At the end of this flight, your instructor will help you get all paperwork out of the way (see #3 below) and handle scheduling you for future lessons
We handle this. Once you sign up, we will personally guide you through every step of the paperwork process. In fact, we handle most of it digitally. There are various documents that the FAA requires, you’ll need a medical exam (see below), and we have standard rental agreements you’ll need to sign, but our staff will help you throughout the process. The most important piece of paper we have to have is proof of U.S. citizenship (a valid Passport is ideal, but a birth certificate will suffice). If you are not a U.S. citizen, see #6 below.
Yes, you need a medical exam. You don’t need it on day one, but you will need one before you fly solo in an airplane. Our staff will connect you with a local medical examiner once you decide to move forward with lessons. These exams are fairly routine and usually cost less than $200. If you think you may have a medical issue that would prevent you from receiving an FAA medical certificate, call us to discuss. We are not doctors, we’re just pilots that have seen a thing or two and we want to help you throughout this process.
No problem, assuming you are a legal U.S. resident. The TSA has a standard screening process which takes 10-15 business days and costs less than $200. Our instructors can help you navigate this process after your discovery flight. You do not need TSA approval to take a Discovery Flight.
Yes. We offer: instrument, commercial, and flight instructor ratings.