Flight Training

Welcome to Final Approach Aviation Flight School. Our Flight Training is designed to help you become a pilot in the most economical and efficient way possible. We do not take shortcuts on quality or safety; you will be training to exceed the FAA pilot standards while also learning real world flying skills that will help keep you safe and make you a great pilot.

Our training syllabus is structured to save you money by keeping your hourly instructor fees low. Most of your ground school will be completed at home using our Gold Seal ground school course. You will be able to work on your training course in the comfort of your own home and at your own pace. Your instructor will be assigned to your course and will be able to track your progress as well as provide support for any questions that you have along the way.

Your flying lessons will consist of meeting your Flight Instructor at the airport and working on your flying skills. These lessons can vary from 1 hour to 2.5 hours depending on where you are in your training. Before you fly there will be a preflight discussion about the lesson, this is also a good time to ask any questions that you may have from the ground school.

The training will vary in length depending on your availability, we like to see students fly at least 2 time per week but sometimes that is not possible. There are no time requirements so you can work on your pilot training at your own pace and budget.


Below are the requirements to obtain you Private Pilot Certificate:


To earn a private pilot license, you will have to log at least 40 hours of flight time. You will be required to fly 20 hours with your instructor and 10 hours solo. The other 10 hours can be solo or dual depending on your training needs. This is the minimum time required, most people take a little more time than this.

To be eligible for a private pilot certificate a person must:

1. Be at least 17 years of age.

2. Be able to read, speak, and write the English Language.

3. Hold a student pilot certificate.

4. Receive flight training and logbook endorsements form an authorized instructor.

5. Meet all of the aeronautical experience requirements required for the aircraft rating.

6. Pass a practical test.

7. Hold at least a class 3 medical certificate.


Get started on your dream, contact us to get your Discovery flight scheduled today.