Questions & Answers

Flight Training Q & A

Q: What is the difference between a regular flight school and Flyaccelerated?

A: We typically train our students to be check ride ready in about 12-15 full flying days. With us, you have one instructor who works with you full time until the completion of your course. Regular flight schools train their students in usually two hour blocks about 2-5 days per week and will typically have 10-20 students going at any given period of time. The typical time from first flight until completion is three months to a year or more if you hang in there long enough to get it. They occasionally moonlight as "accelerated" but their typical definition for "accelerated" is 6-8 weeks if they are lucky due to the fact that they are not geared for accelerated training. Please see our Accelerated VS Traditional training section.

Q: What courses do you typically teach in the accelerated format?

A: We typically only do the private pilots license, instrument rating, Commercial, Multi engine, CFI, CFII and MEII. We can also do finish up courses for those of you who need the extra little push to finally get it done.

Q: How long should the Private pilots license or instrument rating usually take?

A: You can expect about ten days to two weeks to complete your Private pilots license under normal circumstances. Any disturbances such as bad weather, aircraft malfunctions etc could possibly add to this time however we have made provisions for this to happen at sometime during the course.


Q: What type of testing has to be completed before I can receive my private pilots license or any other license or rating for that matter?

A: You will be required to complete a written test and a practical test before you receive your license. The written test is something you can prepare for online before you start your training if you wish by visiting and registering for the ten dollar study buddy program. The practical test is completed at end of our training and is conducted by an independent FAA designated examiner (He is not an employee of the FAA). It consists of both oral questioning and a flight evaluation and lasts about 4 hours total from start to finish. We will coordinate the meeting with the examiner when we are ready and ensure that you have everything necessary to pass your test before you get the license. 


Q: How does the typical training day usually go on the Private pilot course program?

A:  Our daily schedule will constantly change based on many different scenarios as well as to adjust to your specified learning requirements. Here is the basic Private pilot syllabus we have developed over two decades and nearly 20,000 hours of flight training given- PPL SYLLABUS

Q: What is the advantages of accelerated training over slower paced training?

A: When you drag out your training over many months, you can expect to pay significantly more as well finish with a much higher total flight time than you would by attending my accelerated course. Why is this? It is because the time you take off in between lessons causes you to forget what you learned during your last lesson. You in turn take precious time during your next lesson simply "remembering" what you forgot in your last lesson. Additionally, around 94% of all students who start non accelerated training will never receive their pilots license (according to AOPA) compared to about a 5% drop out rate for my accelerated students.

Q: What aircraft do you have available?

A: We have Cessna 172s, Diamond DA-20s and DA-40s, Piper Cherokees, Cirrus and many more.

Q: How much will this cost? 

A: The typical cost for the Private license from zero time is about $15,000 to $18,000. That is about the low end of the national average and will depend on a number of student related factors (source- pilot institute). The IFR runs about$12-$15,000 and takes about 10 days depending on how much training you need. The daily rate is $750 for the instructor plus aircraft rental on top of that...

Q: How do I get the ball rolling?

A: Contact us at (702) 504-6376 Text or voice)  for schedule availability and to set up a time for us to talk further. Also, feel free to start working on all of the pre arrival checklist items...


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