AVAILABLE PROGRAMS

PRIVATE PILOT COURSE

Students will learn the fundamentals of flying and build the foundation to become successful airmen. After obtaining the Private Pilot License, students will be able to fly for pleasure and take friends and family members.

Under Part 61*, the student is required to complete a minimum of 40 hours of flight instruction, which includes 20 hours dual with an instructor and 10 hours of solo flight time.  The approximate cost of the course is $8,620 (at the lowest) if you pay as you go. The price includes flight time, flight instruction, ground instruction, medical exam, books, supplies, written exam fee, and the check ride fee.

AIA also offers a guaranteed private pilot rating, which includes up to 50 hours of flight instruction, 10 hours of solo flight time, and 45 hours of ground instruction. (see price chart below)

*Students should budget an extra 20% to their budget.

*If you wish to pursue a Commercial Pilot license, it is recommended you build flight time. Time building estimates can be viewed in the Commercial Pilot course tab.

INSTRUMENT RATING COURSE

Students will learn the theory and techniques to navigate through our national air system safely. With the instrument rating, students will be able to fly in less than ideal weather conditions.

Under 61, the student must have completed a minimum of 40 flight hours. Out of the 40 hours, 15 of those hours must be with the instructor, and 25 hours could be done on your own. Also, the student is required to have a minimum of 50 hours of cross-country time. If you wish to take this route, then the Instrument Rating costs approximately $7,920 (at the lowest). This cost includes flight time, flight instruction, ground instruction, books and supplies, written exam fees, and check ride fees.

AIA also offers guaranteed instrument rating including 35 hours of flight instruction (including Sim) and 40 hours of ground instruction. (see price chart below)

*Students should budget an extra 20% to their budget.

**If you wish to pursue a Commercial Pilot license, it is recommended you build flight time. Time building estimates can be viewed in the Commercial Pilot course tab.

COMMERCIAL PILOT

Students will explore the limits of the airplane and learn to safely operate it to ensure the safety of their passengers and cargo.

The Commercial Pilot License will allow the students to fly for hire. Under Part 61, the student is required to have a minimum of 250 hours of flight time with 10 of the hours in complex aircraft. AIA Commercial Pilot Course includes 12 flight time, flight instruction, 20 hours ground instruction, books and supplies, written exam fees, and check ride fees. Costs vary as this is a time building rating, see price chart below for an example.

*Students should budget an extra 20% to their budget.

**If you wish to pursue a Commercial Pilot license, it is recommended you build flight time. Time building estimates can be viewed in the Commercial Pilot course tab.

MULTI-ENGINE COURSE

The Multi-Engine will allow students to add multi-engine privileges to their existing license. The Multi-Engine Course costs approximately $4,300 (at the lowest) should you choose to pay as you go. This cost includes flight time, flight instruction, ground instruction, books, and supplies, and check ride fees.

AIA Multi-engine guaranteed rating includes 17 hours flight time including 15 hours flight instructor and 5 hours ground instructions (see price chart below) [additional note: multi can be completed in the Piper Seneca as well which will lower the cost]

*Students should budget an extra 20% to their budget.

**If you wish to pursue a Commercial Pilot license, it is recommended you build flight time. Time building estimates can be viewed in the Commercial Pilot course tab.

 

Phone: (909) 606-0747

Locations

Chino:
7000 Merrill Ave, Chino, CA 91710
La Verne:
1615 McKinley Ave # A, La Verne, CA 91750

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