We make earning your Pilot License as easy as 1-2-3. We work with you, around your schedule and are available 7 days a week to accommodate your flights and assure you are getting VIP Flight Training Services. Because we are based on serving our clients, we have online scheduling and offer our services at 3 airports – Orlando Executive, Kissimmee Gateway, and Winter Havens Gilbert Field. You are the reason we created the most logical way to fly on the planet, and Flight-Logic Aviation & Flight Training can take you from Zero hours to flying the friendly skies and conquering the wild blue yonder!
Earn your sport pilot certificate and open the doors of aviation! You will be able to carry one passenger and fly anytime during the day when weather is pristine and you are ready to strap into a fun machine and see the earth from new heights.
The Sport License takes at minimum 20 hours, however the average is between 25-35 hours to acclamate to geography and learn the art of preflight planning and the basic sciences behind what keeps you aloft!
We can train you for the sport license from Kissimmee, Florida (KISM) and soon will have LSA training at Orlando Executive as well (KORL). We have incredible rates on this very entry level Pilot License. Call for details : (321) 426-0646
The private pilot certificate is the most sought after pilot license of all. Private pilots with this rating can fly aircraft weighing up to 12,500 lbs. and can fly anywhere in the United States and in many foreign countries as well. In only 40 hours you are traveling to destinations and the envy of your friends, unless of course they are your passengers. The Private Pilot Certification Course includes:
- 30 Hours with an expert Flight Instructor (Dual Instruction & C-172 Aircraft Rental)
- 10 Hours of Solo Flight (Base C-172 Aircraft Rental)
- 25 Hours of Ground Training
- Private pilot training kit ($199)
- FAA Written Test
- FAA Practical Test (Checkride – Flight Test)
These figures are based on 40 hours of flight time, and the minimum time with an instructor at instructional rates at ORL, rates vary by small differences according to location because of airport requirements, etc… This estimate does include the pilot training kit and ground training at 25 hours. We specialize in pilot training, and are passionate about introducing you to our world, the world of aviation.
* Training costs on all pilot training courses include the pilot training materials, and the FAA required minimum flight times. Each individual student pilot will have a different learning curve and therefore may require additional more or less time with the instructor and the aircraft based on their particular study habits and tactile functions. We always suggest to plan a 10 hour variance in training costs when budgeting for flight training regardless of location. Prices vary based on locations, and subject to change please check with an instructor to inquire about further details.[/accordion_item][accordion_item title=”Instrument Rating (IFR) “]Upgrading your private license with the additional Instrument Rating is a fun and rewarding challenge. Our Instructors have flown in the real world of hard IFR as professional pilots with Icing, turbulence and thunderstorm experience, and not only have the experience but can teach it and teach it well. We are here to teach you how to stay out of that stuff and in find more reasonable sky conditions where you will enjoy your flight! Your training will consist of actual IFR instrument training along with excellent ground material that is designed for self-study in a 1-2-3 fashion.
The Instrument Rating requires that you hold an FAA Private Pilot Certificate and complete 50 hours of Cross country flying with certain requirements in those flights. We can assist you in completing those 50 hours or part of those hours with the training, and can often locate another student or flying partner to aid in cost reduction.
- 40 Hours Actual/Simulated IFR
- (Including: 15 Hours minimum with authorized FAA Instructor)
- (Including Cross Country requirements with IFR Approach requirements )
- 3 Hours minimum of training towards the IFR test within 60 days preceding the Instrument Checkride
- Satisfy all of the requirements of FAR 61.65
- FAA Written Test
- FAA Practical Test – Check ride – Flight
Call for more details on the FAA Instrument Pilot Rating.
In Orlando call us:(321) 426-0646, in Winter Haven/ Polk County call us: (863) 332-2790 or Email: email@example.com
The Commercial Pilot license is the prerequisite for obtaining compensation for flying an aircraft. It’s the step in the road where you have conquered the clouds, dealt with short landings and hopefully very few emergencies. The Commercial Pilot Certification process can occur a number of ways. Many people choose to do the Multi-Engine Commercial first then add-on the Single Engine Commercial rating to save money. However, if Multi-Engine flying isn’t in your immediate goals or dreams, then a simple Single Engine program will be your ticket to the world of the commercial pilot. Please note: If you are working to become a Certified Flight Instructor you will be required to obtain your Commercial Certification prior to CFI Training.
NOTE: You will be required to attain a minimum of 250 hours prior to taking the FAA Commercial Pilot Checkride
250 Total Hours total time prior to taking FAA Check ride which includes:
- 100 Total Hours in Airplanes PIC
- 50 Hours Cross Country (minimum of 10 must be in airplanes)
- A Minimum of 20 hours of Instruction in the areas contained in FAR 61.127 (b)(1) that includes at least
[(i) Ten hours of instrument training using a view-limiting device including attitude instrument flying, partial panel skills, recovery from unusual flight attitudes, and intercepting and tracking navigational systems. Five hours of the 10 hours required on instrument training must be in a single engine airplane;] (ii) 10 hours of training in an airplane that has a retractable landing gear, flaps, and a controllable pitch propeller, or is turbine-powered, or for an applicant seeking a single-engine seaplane rating, 10 hours of training in a seaplane that has flaps and a controllable pitch propeller; [(iii) One 2-hour cross country flight in a single engine airplane in daytime conditions that consists of a total straight-line distance of more than 100 nautical miles from the original point of departure; (iv) One 2-hour cross country flight in a single engine airplane in nighttime conditions that consists of a total straight-line distance of more than 100 nautical miles from the original point of departure; and (v) 3 hours in a single-engine airplane with an authorized instructor in preparation for the practical test within the preceding 2 calendar months from the month of the test. (4) Ten hours of solo flight time in a single engine airplane or 10 hours of flight time performing the duties of pilot in command in a single engine airplane with an authorized instructor on board (either of which may be credited towards the flight time requirement under paragraph (a)(2) of this section), on the areas of operation listed under Sec. 61.127(b)(1) that include–] (i) One cross-country flight of not less than 300 nautical miles total distance, with landings at a minimum of three points, one of which is a straight-line distance of at least 250 nautical miles from the original departure point. However, if this requirement is being met in Hawaii, the longest segment need only have a straight-line distance of at least 150 nautical miles; and (ii) 5 hours in night VFR conditions with 10 takeoffs and 10 landings (with each landing involving a flight in the traffic pattern) at an airport with an operating control tower