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Rocky Mountain Metro Airport
Mondays & Thursdays - 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Tuesdays & Thursdays - 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Have you ever dreamed of learning to fly? Well, now is your chance to embark on an unforgettable journey and take the first steps toward earning your wings!
Before you hit the skies, gain a solid understanding of aviation theory during the 6-week or 8-week ground school course, offered in 2 locations (length dependent on location). In just a few weeks, you'll learn everything you need to know in order to pass the FAA Written Exam. Once the course is complete, it's time to fly!
Experience the thrill of flight and put your new-found knowledge to the test in the cockpit of a Cessna 172 during your 45-minute introductory flight lesson. The school has an experienced pool of instructors - including former military and commercial pilots - so from the classroom to the cockpit, the knowledge you gain will have you ready to safely take flight.
This comprehensive Learn to Fly Package is the perfect starting point for anyone looking earn their Private Pilot Certificate in a fun, friendly, and professional environment. At the end of this experience, you'll be ready to wing it!
PLEASE NOTE: Cost of course materials NOT included. The "Ground School Bundle" course materials are not required but are recommended and will be available for purchase at both locations for $199 + tax.
Not ready for a 6-week commitment?Check out our Scenic Adventure Flight Lesson!
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This package is a great starting point for those looking to earn their Private Pilot Certificate.With it, a pilot can rent aircraft and fly anywhere in the US. It allows command of any aircraft weighing less than 12,500 pounds, (subject to appropriate ratings) for any non-commercial purpose and gives almost unlimited authority to fly under visual flight rules (VFR). A private pilot may carry passengers and flight in furtherance of a business. However, a private pilot may not be compensated for services as a pilot. Passengers are only allowed to pay a pro-rata share of flight expenses, such as fuel or rental costs.