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PRIVATE PILOT CERTIFICATE (PART 61)

High quality instruction guarantee in one of the top training aircraft. SkyWay Flight club offer pay as you go and no contract be free in the air and in the ground.

Skyway makes it possible to become a pilot and fulfill your dream. Our professional instructors are ready to help you with accomplishing your dream of exploring the skies. Our current private pilot training program is based on essential instructions, ground training, and aircraft flight training.

Start with the Private Pilot Certificate

Every flying journey starts with a Private Pilot Certificate. We can take you from every essential step through our Part 61 Program and strategize the course according to your timetable.

FAA has set a minimum compulsory number of hours flown with and without an instructor before taking your final exam. With regular training, an inspired student pilot can accomplish the competency level with about 45 hours of flight time.

FAA Requirements to Obtain a Private Pilot Certificate

1. Be at least 16 years to solo and 17 years to get the license.

2. Be able to read, write, and converse in English

3. Obtain at least a third-class FAA medical certificate

4. Receive and log ground training from an authorized instructor or complete a home-study course

5. Pass a knowledge test with a score of 70% or better

6. Accumulate appropriate flight experience 14 CFR § 61.109

7. Successfully complete a practical (flight) test given as a final exam by an FAA inspector or designated pilot examiner and conducted as specified in the FAA's Private Pilot ‒ Airplane Airman Certification Standards.

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INSTRUMENT RATING (PART 61)

Instrument rating may vary from student to other depending on how many cross country hours he/she has. February offer is based on Private Pilot having 10 cross county hours, if you have more means you paying less. SkyWay flight club offer Pay as you go and no contract be free in the air and in the ground.

You will be minimally restricted by unfavorable weather as an Instrument Rated Pilot. The training process includes having a command to control and steer an airplane with the help of reference to the flight and navigation instruments while following IFR (Instrument Flight Rules).

Because of training, you get a comprehensive understanding of the air traffic system, and you will efficiently interact within that system while navigating airplanes without having the option to see outside.

In this case, before taking a check-ride, you need to complete a minimum training and flight hour requirements as set by the FAA. Additionally, there will be an FAA computerized exam. One major necessity for Instrument Rating is 50-hour Cross Country PIC time.

There is an option to combine 50-hour Cross Country PIC time with instrument flight training; however, we strongly suggest that you, in any case, get close to the 50 hours by flying a long cross country. With the help of Long Cross-Country flight, you will have the opportunity to gain confidence in equipment, your understanding, decision making, readiness, and be a more adopted pilot.

FAA Requirements to Obtain an Instrument Rating

1. Hold at least a Private Pilot Certificate

2. Be able to read, write, and converse in English

3. Hold a current third-class FAA medical certificate

4. Receive and log ground training from an authorized instructor or complete a home-study course

5. Pass a knowledge test with a score of 70% or better.

6. Accumulate appropriate flight experience 14 CFR § 61.65

7. Successfully complete a practical (flight) test given as a final exam by an FAA inspector or designated pilot examiner and conducted as specified in the FAA's Instrument Rating ‒ Airplane Airman Certification Standards

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COMMERCIAL PILOT CERTIFICATE (PART 61)

If you looking to start from from the beginning as little as 9 months depending on how many time the student will fly a week.

If the student has private and or instrument rating or have any hours in his/her logbook, price will be adjusted. SkyWay flight club offers Pay as you go and no contract be free in the air and in the ground. The best about this program is that all the hours are in an airplane no simulator. 

A licensed commercial pilot may act as pilot-in-command of an aircraft for compensation or hire, as well as carry persons or property for compensation or hire. To put another way, holding a commercial pilot license means you are legally allowed to get paid as a pilot.

FAA Requirements to Obtain an Commercial Pilot Certificate

1. Hold at least a Private Pilot Certificate

2. Be able to read, write, and converse in English

3. Hold a current third-class FAA medical certificate

4. Receive and log ground training from an authorized instructor or complete a home-study course

5. Pass a knowledge test with a score of 70% or better.

6. Accumulate appropriate flight experience 14 CFR § 61.129

7. Successfully complete a practical (flight) test given as a final exam by an FAA inspector or designated pilot examiner and conducted as specified in the FAA's Commercial Pilot ‒ Airplane Airman Certification Standards

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CERTIFIED FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR/INSTRUMENT

This course is vary between wither you want the initial to be the CFI or CFII. SkyWay Flight Club offer both courses paste in one by one student. topically our instructor can give this course as littlie as 5 week but it will be depending on the student perpetration and availability. March offer for the initial CFI is  $3900 this offer includes 10 hours airplane and 35 hours dual given(flight and ground instruction) to add the CFII course will be $5640 this offer includes 16 hours airplane and 50 dual given( flight and ground instruction). Best about this offer if you get the course with less hours you only pay for what you use. Also you schedule when you have time no course restriction no contract be free in the air and in the ground and pay as you go.  

Because of this course, a commercial pilot certificate holder can go through the completion of the Certified Flight Instructor (CFI). You must be a Certified Flight Instructor when you want to teach other pilot certificate candidates, get airplane proficiency, lead flight reviews, or want to do insurance checkouts. It is one of the customary initial phases in extending career prospects as an expert pilot.

The ideal approach to grasp a subject is to teach it. You can enormously enhance flight knowledge and competency by becoming an instructor. In addition, you can quickly surpass the expectations of what is conceivable as a pilot. If you are a Certified Flight Instructor, you get the opportunity to form significant flight time, get experience, improve expertise, and gain safety understanding.

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FAA Requirements to Obtain Certified Flight Instructor/Instrument

1. Hold at least a Commercial Pilot Certificate

2. Be able to read, write, and converse in English

3. Hold a current third-class FAA medical certificate

4. Receive a logbook endorsement from an authorized instructor on the fundamentals of instructing

5. Receive and log ground training from an authorized instructor

6. Pass a knowledge test with a score of 70% or better.

7. Accumulate appropriate flight experience 14 CFR § 61.195

8. Successfully complete a practical (flight) test given as a final exam by an FAA inspector or designated pilot examiner and conducted as specified in the FAA's Flight Instructor Practical Test Standards for Airplane

 
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IPC (INSTRUMENT PROFICIENCY CHECK)

IF you missed maintaining Instrument currency, Instrument Proficiency Check (IPC) is there for you. please call and get your price.

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FLIGHT REVIEW

Each certified pilot is required to go through a Flight Review every 24 months. According to the necessity of Federal Aviation Regulation Part 61, at least 1-hour flight training and 1-hour ground training to fulfill the requirement. The content varies. In addition, to meet the Flight Review requirements, different other programs and training activities can be substituted.

Description:

With the help of our course, you can prepare for your Flight Review. Your aircraft’s weight, make and model, balance, and performance charts are used in the Flight Review ground training course. Accordingly, the course

turns out to be airplane specific recurrent ground training that will enhance your knowledge, safety, and skills.

Advantages:

  • Get a great opportunity to save time and money with this course’s help to fulfill the requirement for 1 hour of ground training as per 14 CFR Part 61.56.

  • You get a chance to learn all parts of the flight review procedure incorporating aeronautical decision making and guidelines.

  • Get an opportunity to concentrate on areas particularly addressed in an entire FAA flight review.

  • You can use an organized program for the FAA-required flight review.

  • it will be count as check out flight

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