Eligibility requirements

  • No minimum or maximum age (16 years old before first solo flight, 17 years old before flight test)
  • No prior experience required
  • Able to read, speak and understand English
  • Obtain a FAA Medical Certificate (prior to first solo flight)
  • Maximum weight 275 lb. 


What you will learn​

  • How to fly
  • Helicopter characteristics and operations
  • Flight and navigation planning
  • Cross country navigation
  • Airport and heliport operations
  • Radio communication
  • Weather theory
  • Aviation regulations 
  • And much more...


Course requirements and costs


PRIVATE PILOT CERTIFICATE (PPL)

FAA minimum requirements

Based on the FAA minimums §61.109

30 HOURS DUAL FLIGHT TRAINING 



$464 per hour



$13.920
10 hours solo flight 
$425 per hour
$4.250 
FAA Written Exam
$150
$150
Helicopter rental for practical test 
$425 per hour
$425
TOtal Cost 


$18.745






Your Private Pilot Certificate lets you fly helicopters for fun and recreation—TAKE YOUR friends and family OUT FOR A RIDE OR USE IT FOR own transportATION. A PRIVATE PILOT CERTICATE IS THE FIRST STEP FOR ALL PILOTS - IF YOU ARE FLYING FOR PLEASURE OR PROFFESSIONALLY. 
You’ll be in the cockpit from day one, getting THE CONTROLS.

Course completion

  • Pass a FAA Written Knowledge Test
  • Pass an Oral and Practical Flight Test


THE AVERAGE PILOT

Based on the  average pilot 

40 HOURS DUAL FLIGHT TRAINING 



$464 per hour



$18.560
10 hours solo flight 
$425 per hour
$4.250 
FAA Written Exam
$150
$150
15 HOURS GROUND INSTRUCTION
$55
$825
Helicopter rental for practical test 
$425 per hour
$425
TOtal Cost 


$24.210