As a Part 61 flight school, you rent the aircraft and work one-on-one with a personal flight instructor, done at your own schedule.
WE OFFER THE MOST AFFORDABLE PRICES IN SOUTH FLORIDA!
Come see what makes us different,
- Qualified flight instructors, learn from corporate jet and airline pilots
- Affordable rental aircraft, approved for Bahamas flying
- No up-front costs, pay-as-you go
- Fast-paced training programs
- Easy online scheduling
- Laid back friendly environment
We Fly Right.
We offer straight forward pricing and clear expectations, feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
Cessna 152: $90/hr wet
Cessna 172: $120/hr wet
Piper PA-28: $120/hr wet
Piper PA-28R/180: $180/hr wet
Piper PA-32/300: $250/hr wet (High Performance)
BE76: $275/hr wet
This rate includes fuel and oil for the aircraft. Don’t be fooled by other schools offering a very low rate, but then making you pay for fuel also.
At this time there is no fuel surcharge for the aircraft but may be added with fluctuating fuel prices. The current fuel price at KFXE is listed here under BANYAN FBO.
Block rates are available. Contact us for further information.
PAY AS YOU FLY
There are no upfront costs payable to the school. After each lesson, you pay for the aircraft rental and instructors time. Beware of schools asking for big amounts of money upfront, many times these schools collect as much money as possible and overcharge you or go out of business keeping your money. We don’t plan on going out of business anytime soon.
Scheduling is done on-line using Flight Schedule Pro here.
All of our aircraft have a current annual and 100-hour inspection as required for commercial aircraft. These records are always available for your review.
Flight Instruction is available at $45 per hour for single engine and $55 per hour for multi engine as well as ground instruction.
In order to legally pilot an aircraft without an instructor, you must meet minimum medical standards as determined by a FAA “Designated Medical Examiner”, if you have any concerns about your medical condition it is best to get a “Medical Certificate” before starting training. A medical certificate is NOT required prior to starting training; however, you cannot fly the airplane “solo” without one. Many “exemptions” have been given over the years, and believe it or not there are people out there flying with one eye, one leg, one arm and so on. There is also a sport pilot license that does not require a medical certificate, you can train and log the hours with us in our aircraft towards a sport pilot rating, however, the flight examination must be done in a light sport aircraft, which are very similar to the smaller aircraft in our fleet. You can find a medical examiner here.
All renters must be fully checked out and found to be competent (if intending to fly without an instructor) by one of our flight instructors to meet insurance requirements. The instructor rate is $45.00 per hour for single engine and $55 per hour for multi engine and is not included in the aircraft rental rate. Pilots who are current and proficient should not require much more that an hour checkout.
TSA (Transportation Security Administration) approval is required for all students who are not US citizens. We are a TSA approved provider school and can get you TSA approval. We CANNOT issue VISAS however.
There are many hotels, motels and restaurants located within walking/biking distance to the location of the airplanes.
Recreational Pilot, Private Pilot, Instrument Rating, Commercial Pilot, Certified Flight Instructor, Instrument Instructor, Multi Engine Instructor, Multi-Engine initial and add on, Flight Reviews, Instrument Proficiency Checks, Single Engine Turbine, Multi-Engine Turbine, Turbojet and Seaplane.