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    Pilot School Program

    Our U.S. commercial airline career training course is a combined FAA approved Part 141 training (Private, Instrument, Commercial Single Engine) and FAA Part 61 (Multi Engine) flight training program. Flight training hours are based on average student training times, not minimums.

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    Pilot School Course completion time

    The aviation career training program can completed in 4-6 months of full-time flight training. Most iflight students complete the commerical pilot program within 8-10 months. Progress and completion times depend on your motivation and engagement.

M1 - Private Pilot Training 25 Dual Hrs 11.5 Solo Hrs Package Services
Cessna 15225 Hrs11.5 Hrs
Cessna 172 G1000 Option25 Hrs11.5 Hrs
Online Ground School35 Hrs--
Class Room Ground10 Hrs--
Briefing/Debriefing 5 Hrs--
M2 - Instrument Rating 35 Dual Hrs -- Package Services
Cessna 172 G100030 Hrs--
AATD 5 Hrs--
Online Ground School35 Hrs--
Class Room Ground10 Hrs--
Briefing/Debriefing 5 Hrs--
M3 - Commercial Pilot Single Engine P141.55(e) 43.5 Dual Hrs -- Package Service
Cessna 172 G100034.5 Hrs--
AATD9 Hrs--
Class Room Ground23 Hrs--
Briefing/Debriefing10 Hrs--
M4 -Multi Engine Add-on 15 Dual Hrs 1.5 Solo Hrs Package Service
2020 Piper Seminole G1000 NGX15 Hrs 1.5 Hrs
Class Room Ground8 Hrs--
M5 - CFI Training 15 Dual Hrs 1.5 Solo Hrs Package Service
Cessna 172 G100015 Hrs1.5 Hrs
CFI Academy Ground45 Hrs--
FAA Medical Exam
Training Materials
FAA Examiner fees
FAA Written Exam
Monthly Account Maintenance
Enrollment Fee
Total Price FAA Flight Training Courses Zero to CFI Single Engine Total Hours Flight 195.5 Total Hours Ground 162$ 56,848

Pilot School Requirements

Pilot Age

17 years to begin; 18 years to receive the Certificate

Pilot Certificate

Student Pilot Certificate

Pilot Medical

3rd Class FAA Medical for flight training, 1st or 2nd class FAA Medical to exercise privileges of Commerical Pilot

Pilot Language

You must be able to speak, read and understand the English language. Meet FAA AC60-28.

Non-U.S. Citizen

TSA Clearance for Private, Instrument & ME

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Frequently Asked Questions

There are two different visa types issued by flight schools in the USA. Depending on the flight academy’s approval, either M1 flight student visa or F1 flight student visa are being issued. Florida Flyers Flight Academy is approved to enroll non-immigrant M1 students.

Just simply fill out out enrollment form and submit your documents. We do not have fixed dates to start your flight training program.

We accept wire transfers, credit card payments, checks from a U.S. Bank, Venmo, Zelle, CashApp. Airline Career students usually pay an initial deposit upon arrival at our Aviation Academy, followed by equal monthly installment payments.

We provide a conditional job offer to all eligible CFI graduates. M1 Visa students are not allowed to work. U.S. Citizenship or Legal Permanent Resident Status and/or work authorization for the U.S. are required.

We recommend to work with only one assigned flight instructor. However, sometimes chemistry is just not perfect. We will work with you to find the best and most efficient way to utilize your flight training blocks.

We do not accept more students as we can train. Thus, our flight instructor to student ratio is about 1:4 to 1:5, one flight instructor per 4-5 flight students.

It depends on aircraft and flight instructor availablity. Schedule and unscheduled aircraft maintenance as well as weather conditions may delay some of the scheduled flights.

Our airline career programs can be completed within 4-6 months of full-time flight training. However, most international flight students complete the program in 10-12 months.

Other than the enrollment fee along with submitting your enrollment form, we do not require upfront payments. However, a deposit may be required upon your arrival, followed by equal monthly installment payments.

Our program includes flight- and ground training times required by Federal Aviation Administration minimum requirements to complete each course module. We have added all known fees, such as TSA, theoretical and practical exam fees and other expenses to present a realistic course outline.