Flight Training

Private Pilot Course

Private Pilot

Your dream come true in Nice Air. The private pilot certificate allows you to fly with your family and friends. It is also the first step to pursue the aviation career as a professional pilot. Let's take a look how you can get it!

Eligibility requirements for Private Pilot

  • Be At least 17 years old.
  • Be able to read, speak, write and understand the English language.
  • Receive the ground training and pass the FAA knowledge test.
  • Receive the required flight training and pass the FAA practical test.
  • Hold at least third class medical certificate.

Flight Experience requirements for Private Pilot

  • Total 40 hours of flight time.
  • 20 hours of flight training from authorized flight instructor
  • 10 hours of solo flight

Although FAA requires 40 hours minimum flight time, the national average is 60 to 80 hours depends on each person's progress.

Estimated cost for Private Pilot

The training cost for the aircraft rental and the instructor fee is around $10,000 to $12,000. It doesn't include the medical examination fee, FAA knowledge test, the checkride fee and the student pilot kit.

Instrument Rating

IFR

To be a professional pilot, Instrument rating is the must! since airliner fly under IFR all the time. Even you are flying for just a fun, it help you to be a better pilot and you have more back up plan when something goes wrong.

Eligibility requirements for Instrument Rating

  • Hold at least private pilot certificate.
  • Be able to read, speak, write and understand the English language.
  • Receive the ground training and pass the FAA knowledge test.
  • Receive the required flight training and pass the FAA practical test.
  • Hold at least third class medical certificate.

Flight Experience requirements for Instrument Rating

  • Total 40 hours of instrument flight time (hood or IMC).
  • At least 15 hours of flight training from authorized flight instructor
  • 50 hours of cross-country time as a Pilot-In-Command

Total training time varies depends on the person's previous experience.

Estimated cost for Instrument Rating

Since Total training time varies depends on the person's previous experience, the training cost also depends on the previous experience. Please contact us and talk to CFI to figure out.

Commercial Pilot

Commercial

Finally, the commercial pilot certificate allows you to fly and earning money at the same time. You can do the traffic watch, photo mission, banner towing, crop duster or parachute jumping.

Eligibility requirements for Commercial Pilot

  • Be at least 18 years old.
  • Hold at least private pilot certificate.
  • Be able to read, speak, write and understand the English language.
  • Receive the ground training and pass the FAA knowledge test.
  • Receive the required flight training and pass the FAA practical test.
  • Hold at least third class medical certificate.

Flight Experience requirements for Commercial Pilot

  • Total 250 hours of flight time.
  • 100 hours of Pilot-In-Command time.
  • 50 hours of Pilot-In-Command cross-country time.
  • 20 hours of flight training from authorized flight instructor
  • 10 hours of solo or time performing duty of PIC with CFI including one long cross-country and 5 hours of night.

Total training time varies depends on the person's previous experience.

Estimated cost for Commercial Pilot

Since Total training time varies depends on the person's previous experience, the training cost also depends on the previous experience. Please contact us and talk to CFI to figure out.

Multi-Engine Training

Multi_Engine

Most of the airliner fly the aircraft with multiple engines on it for higher, faster and more efficient operation. You can add the multi-engine rating on to your private or commercial pilot certificate!

Eligibility requirements for Multi-Engine Rating

  • Hold at least private pilot certificate.
  • Be able to read, speak, write and understand the English language.
  • Receive the required flight training and pass the FAA practical test.
  • Hold at least third class medical certificate.

Flight Experience requirements for Multi-Engine Rating

Since this will be add-on course, there is no minimum training time required by FAA. It may take 15 to 20 hours depends on the experience and how current the IFR skill is in the case you have instrument rating.

Estimated cost for Multi-Engine Rating

The training cost for the aircraft rental and the instructor fee is around $7,000 . It doesn't include the medical examination fee, FAA knowledge test, the checkride fee and the student pilot kit.

Flight Instructor

CFI

You may want to give your knowledge and skill to somebody who has same dream of yours. By becoming CFI (Certified Flight Instructor) you can teach these people achieving their dream!

Eligibility requirements for Flight Instructor

  • Be at least 18 years old.
  • Hold a commercial pilot certificate with instrument rating.
  • Be able to read, speak, write and understand the English language.
  • Receive the ground training and pass the FAA knowledge test ( Fundamental of Instruction and Flight Instructor Airplane).
  • Receive the spin training and the endorsement.
  • Receive the required flight training and pass the FAA practical test.
  • Hold at least third class medical certificate.

Flight Experience requirements for Flight Instructor

    As long as you have a commercial pilot certificate and the instrument rating, there is no specific training time required. Instead of the flight training, we emphasize how to teach the students, that means how to transfer your knowledge and skill to your students. This will be covered during the ground instruction for Fundamental of Instruction.

Total training time varies depends on the person's previous experience.

Estimated cost for Flight Instructor

Since Total training time varies depends on the person's previous experience, the training cost also depends on the previous experience. Please contact us and talk to CFI to figure out.