Private Pilot Training
Private Pilot is the first certificate you achieve when becoming a pilot. The FAA regulates that a minimum of 40 hours must be flown before you can take your checkride.
Instrument is typically the next step pilots take in their training. An instrument rating allows the pilot to fly in what we call IMC (Instrument Meteorological Conditions). These conditions are essentially learning to fly more technically throughout the Air Traffic Control system and makes for capturing moments you'll never forget.
The next step is achieving your Commercial Certificate. This allows you to start making money to fly! Once you reach 250 hours of flight time you're eligible for the commercial checkride. This helps make you a professional in the field of aviation.
High Performance and Complex Training
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KCPT - Cleburne, Texas
Nestled just outside the Class Bravo airspace, Cleburne Airport is a great location for flight training whether it be beginner or seasoned pilot.
KGDJ - Granbury, Texas
Granbury's new, 5,200' runway makes it perfect for training. Located about 20nm from the Class Bravo airspace, it's distance is just far enough for a quieter airspace but close enough for plenty of training experience.
KSEP - Stephenville, Texas
Stephenville is the Cowboy Capital of the World, home to Tarleton State and known for its western roots. Training out of the its airport you'll see wide open spaces and what true Texas living looks like while gaining the skillset of flying.