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Private Pilot License

A private pilot certificate is a license that permits the holder to act as the pilot-in-command of an aircraft privately (not for pay). 40 hours minimum. Actual flight hours will vary with each student. We take pride in the quality of our instruction. We do not train just to pass the test, we will train you to be a proficient, skilled and safe pilot.


Private Pilot Training (part 61) 4 months To Complete*


PROGRAM HOURS
Ground Training 35 Hrs
Dual Instruction Cessna 172 SEL 40 Hrs
Cessna 172 GPS solo 10 Hrs
Pratical Exam (Aircraft Rent) 1.5 Hrs

Summary Requirements

  • At least 17 years of age
  • Hold a Student Pilot Certificate (Global Atlantis will apply for this upon arrival)
  • Medical class: II (in preparation for commercial privileges)
  • Be able to read, write, speak and understand English

Flight Training Certificates
FAA Private Pilot

Training Aircraft
Cessna 172 SEL


*If the student meets the standards

Instrument Rating

Instrument rating refers to the qualifications that a pilot must have in order to fly under IFR (Instrument Flight Rules). It requires additional training and instruction beyond what is required for a Private Pilot certificate including rules and procedures specific to instrument flying, additional instruction in meteorology, and more intensive training in flight solely by reference to instruments.


Instrument Rating (part 61) 3 months To Complete*


PROGRAM HOURS
Ground Training 25 Hrs
Dual Instruction Cessna 172 SEL 25 Hrs
Cessna 172 SEL Solo (SHARED) 60 Hrs
Practical Exam (Aircraft Rent) 1.5 Hrs

Summary Requirements

  • Hold an FAA Private Pilot Certificate
  • At least 17 years of age
  • Medical: Class II (in preparation for Commercial Privileges)
  • Be able to read, write, speak and understand English

Flight Training Certificates
FAA Instrument Rating

Training Aircraft
Cessna 172 SEL


*If the student meets the standards

Commercial Pilot License

A commercial pilot license, is a qualification that permits the holder to act as a pilot of an aircraft and be paid for his/her work.


Commercial Pilot Training (part 61) 2 months To Complete*


PROGRAM HOURS
Ground Training 15 Hrs
Dual Insruction Cessna 172 SEL 10 Hrs
Dual Instruction Complex SEL 10 Hrs
Cessna 172 GPS solo (SHARED) 100 Hrs
Pratical Exam (Aircraft Rent) 1.5 Hrs

Summary Requirements

  • Hold an FAA Private Pilot Certificate with Instrument Rating
  • At least 18 years of age
  • Medical: Class II
  • Be able to read, write, speak and understand English

Flight Training Certificates
FAA Commercial Pilot

Training Aircraft
Piper Arrow PA 28R 200 SEL


*If the student meets the standards

Certified Flight Instructor

In this Program you will become proficient in the Learning and Teaching Process to qualify as an FAA Certified Flight Instructor SEL (Single Engine Land) in approximately 60 days.
Note: Spin training is required for the completion of the Initial CFI, please see Additional Training
Note: CFII (Certified Flight Instructor-Instrument) training is highly recommended to qualify for job opportunities teaching instrument students.


Certified Flight Instructor Rating (part 61) 2 months To Complete*


PROGRAM HOURS
Ground Training (Group) 25 Hrs
Dual Instruction Complex SEL 10 Hrs
Pratical Exam (Aircraft Rent) 1.5 Hrs

Summary Requirements

  • Hold an FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate
  • Medical: Class II

Flight Training Certificates
Certified Flight Instructor (CFI)

Training Aircraft
Piper Arrow PA 28R 200


*If the student meets the standards

Certified Flight Instructor Instrument

Upgrade your Flight Instructor knowledge adding the Instrument Instructor Rating to your Flight Instructor Certificate.


Certified Flight Instructor – Instrument (Part 61) 1 month To Complete*


PROGRAM HOURS
Ground Training (Group) 15 Hrs
Dual Instruction Cessna 172 SEL 10 Hrs
Practical Exam (Aircraft Rent) 1.5 Hrs

Summary Requirements

  • Hold an FAA Commercial and CFI Certificate
  • Medical: Class II

Flight Training Certificates
Certified Flight Instructor Instrument (CFII)

Training Aircraft
Cessna 172 SEL


*If the student meets the standards

Multi Engine Add On

Transition from flying single engine to multi engine airplanes, a very desirable addition to their ratings for someone looking for an airline career. Discover the new systems and procedures involved on operating a twin engine airplane.


Multi Engine (Part 61) 2 weeks To Complete*


PROGRAM HOURS
Ground Training (Group) 5 Hrs
Dual Instruction Piper Seneca 6 Hrs
Practical Exam (Aircraft Rent) 1.5 Hrs

Summary Requirements

  • Hold an FAA Private or Commercial Pilot Certificate
  • Medical: Class II

Flight Training Certificates
FAA Multi Engine Commercial Pilot Certificate

Training Aircraft
Piper Seneca


*If the student meets the standards

Multi Engine Instructor

As a CFI you can teach Private and Commercial students, as a CFII you can teach Instrument students, by adding the MEI to your current Flight Instructor Certificate you will be able to teach multi engine students also.


Multi Engine Instructor (Part 61) 2 weeks To Complete*


PROGRAM HOURS
Ground Training (Group) 5 Hrs
Dual Instruction Piper Seneca 13 Hrs
Practical Exam (Aircraft Rent) 1.5 Hrs

Summary Requirements

  • Hold an FAA Multi Engine Commercial and Certified Flight Instructor Certificate
  • Medical: Class II
    *Note: Some hours may credited if student holds multi engine PIC hours.

Flight Training Certificates
FAA Multi Engine Instructor Certificate

Training Aircraft
Piper Seneca


*If the student meets the standards

Associate Degree in Pilot Technology

Obtaining a degree in aviation will put you at the top of the line in the eyes of your potential employer.
Available courses are Associate, Bachelor and Master degrees depending on your current education level.
By taking these courses you may be eligible for Optional Practical Training Opportunity to build flight time and reach the qualification experience required by the airlines, while earning appropriate competitive compensation.


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Summary Requirements

  • Hold a High School Diploma
  • If English is not a native language, students must take an English proficiency test, such as TOEFL, IELTS or provide a US High School Diploma.
*If the student meets the standards
  • Aviation English
  • Spin Awareness Training
  • High-Performance Training
  • Tail Wheel Endorsement
  • Jet Orientation Course
  • International Flight Operations
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