Private Pilot Training
Private Pilot training involves both studying of ground knowledge and in-flight training. Working with a Certified Flight Instructor (CFI), you will build your confidence in the sky by completing flight lessons where you learn to control an airplane. You’ll practice aerial maneuvers, takeoffs, landing, emergency procedures, and navigation techniques, all of which will aid you in being a safe and competent pilot. You will be using SCFC’s Private Pilot Syllabus and frequently checking in with your instructor so you can always know where in the process you are.
On the ground, you and your instructor will also review topics that pertain to each lesson, which allows you to grasp concepts outside of the busy atmosphere of the cockpit, and gives you the chance to connect and build on ideas in a learning environment.
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The Department of Homeland Security requires that non-US citizens submit an application to the TSA before receiving flight training. You can still take a Demo Flight but cannot continue flying beyond that until the TSA approves your application. For more information, visit FlightSchoolCandidates.gov
To get started on your flight training journey, schedule a Demo Flight! A demo flight lets you get behind the controls of an airplane, and gives you a glimpse into what a flight lesson is like. You’ll get to meet an instructor, who can discuss with you the process of earning your certificate, and evaluate the next best steps for you to take. Call our office to schedule the Demo Flight!