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Now, you want your money back and have done what you have, you deserve it!  The FAA wants you to get your money back too, but it must be done legally, you are ready to get your commercial certification!  This rating allows you to be paid for your flying.

 

We know that the cost of the commercial rating is very important, and we have done our best to kind of outline what it may cost you.  The estimates below are based on the average student.  

 

 

Let’s get flying, what is it going to cost me to get my Private Pilot Certification? The FAA minimum flight training is 40 hours. The below ESTIMATES are based on the average fifty-hour student pilot (no tax needed).

 

 

 
 

Well, congratulations, you have achieved an awesome milestone in your life, you are a certificated private pilot!  You can go places in style, in a lot less time than it takes to drive, having a lot more fun than flying in the back of an airliner. BUT, and this is very important, if you want to go on an other than nice clear day, you will need to get your instrument rating. This is fun, challenging, and rewarding. It will also make you a better/safer pilot in visual meteorological conditions.

We know that the cost of the instrument rating is very important, and we have done our best to kind of outline what it may cost you. The estimates below are based on the average student.

INSTRUMENT RATING

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COMMERCIAL PILOT

 

CERTIFIED FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR (CFI)

Being a Certified Flight Instructor is the ultimate accomplishment. Instructing others to fly and you get paid for doing something you love!!

 

We know that the cost of your instructor rating is very important, and we have done our best to kind of outline what it may cost you.  The estimates below are based on the average student.

National Air College can provide you with Complex and high-performance training and endorsements.  We have a Piper Arrow, PA 28-R200 and a Cessna 210 available to meet your training needs.

 

High Performance/Complex Training

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PRIVATE PILOT (Part 61)