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Flight Training Options
All American Aviation Services makes every attempt to accommodate all of our students by making flight / pilot training accessible to a wide range of lifestyles. We offer several flight training options for our students in a self-paced program and an accelerated program. If you choose to train at your own pace, we recommend taking no less than 2 lessons per week for best results. For career-oriented individuals, we recommend our accelerated program which requires a minimum commitment of 10 hours per week. More information about our accelerated program can be found at the bottom of this page.
All American Aviation Services offers instruction on the following pilot training levels:
A Private Pilot License (PPL) is the most popular certificate held and a great place to start for those who are serious about learning how to fly. As a private pilot, you are required to obtain a third-class FAA medical certificate and pass a private pilot airplane knowledge and practical exam. The FAA minimum for the Private Pilot License is 40 hours of flight time, 10 of these hours as solo. Once this license is achieved, you will be able to act as pilot-in-command in a single-engine aircraft under Visual Flight Rules (VFR).