Ground School is the Foundation for Flying
Ground School is where dreams meet reality. Being prepared on the ground leads to productive successful flight in the air. Learning to fly by its nature is one-to-one. It’s typically just you and the instructor in the plane. A classroom styled ground school lets you meet other students, pilots, and instructors while covering all of the necessary theory. They’re all in the same boat as you are. Class discussions and study groups often lead to life long flying pals and stories. Ground Schools are based on cockpit ready usefulness. It is not a pass-the-written crash course. However, a natural outcome of a good ground school is being prepared for the written exam. Tap into your inner Orville and learn to fly.
Ground School and Phraseology Class
If you have any questions about the prerequisites, schedule, topics, and duration of the course you can get one-on-one web-call with an admissions specialist.
Private Pilot Ground School
The objective of this course is to orient the incoming student to flight training and provide the theory and concepts needed for preparing for the FAA private pilot aeronautical knowledge test (airplane).
Topics include: Airplane systems, Aerodynamics, Flight instruments,Procedures & airport operations, Communications procedures, Weather, Regulations, Weather services, Aircraft performance, Navigation, En-route flight, Cross-country flight planning.
Duration: 60 clock hours.
Schedule - Private Pilot Ground School
Classes start the 3rd Monday of every Month.
Full-time: Monday-Friday 9 – 1 pm 3 weeks.
Phraseology Ground School
The objective of this course is to provide the student with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to properly communicate with air traffic control in the national airspace system.
Duration: 12 clock hours.
Prerequisite: Private Pilot Ground School
Learning Facilities for Students
Classrooms, briefing rooms for one-to-one training and private rooms provide excellent learning environments.
Instrument Pilot Ground School
The student will obtain the necessary aeronautical knowledge and meet the prerequisites specified in Part 141 for the FAA Instrument Rating Airman Knowledge Test.
Duration: 60 clock hours.
Prerequisite: FAA private pilot certificate
Schedule - Instrument Pilot Ground School
Classes Start every 2 Months
Accelerated 2 Weeks, 9am-1pm
Commercial Pilot Ground School
The student will obtain the necessary aeronautical knowledge and meet the prerequisites specified in Part 141 for the FAA Commercial Pilot Airman Knowledge Test.
Duration: 40 clock hours.
Prerequisite: FAA private pilot certificate with instrument rating
Schedule - Commercial Pilot Ground School
Every 2 months or as required
Accelerated class 5 Days, 20 hours
3 days of Commercial Theory, 1 day of Arrow Systems, 1 day of Seneca Systems