About Sky Safety

Established in 1999 in San Antonio, Sky Safety has earned a reputation for excellence in pilot training. We have achieved Part 141 certification under Federal Aviation Regulations. Safety is always our primary concern, and our training is comprehensive, but at Sky Safety, we have fun.

Contact & Directions

Stinson Municiple Airport Office

8535 Mission Rd, Suite 206

San Antonio, TX, 78214, USA

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Tel: 210-921-2504

​Email: info@skysafety.com

Start Your Career With Us

Career Pilot Program

          The objective of our career pilot program is to prepare students for safe and effective careers as professional pilots. Students who complete the program will be ready to fly commercially as a pilot. Typically, a pilot who completes the professional pilot program will work as a pilot in flight schools, banner towing, corporate flight, or other general aviation industry segment. Many students will continue after program completion to become flight instructors to build the flight time requirements for airline pilot careers. Program includes all the required training for Private Pilot, Instrument Rating and Commercial Pilot certificates. Completion time is approximately 10-12 months. Admission requirements include holding an FAA medical certificate, US citizenship and satisfy all requirements of the enrollment agreement. This program is approved and conducted under FAR Part 141. 

Private Pilot

Initial stage of flight training, allows people fly an aircraft by themselves after completion.

2-4 Months

Instrument Rating

Next step after private pilot certificate. Learn to fly with avionics and flight equipments. 

2-3 Months

Commercial Pilot

Provides advanced aeronautical training. A requirement to work for hire as a pilot.

3-5 Months

Multi-Engine&CFI

Advanced training in a multi-engine aircraft ; work as a flight instructor to build time.

1-2 Months

Enrollment Requirement

1. Student must be within 6 months of 18th birthday or older. High school diploma or equivalent. 

2. Be able to read, write, and speak English at ICAO level 4 for non-native English speakers.

3. Healthy physical condition, capable of getting a 1st Class FAA before solo flight.

4. Adequate weekly availability that ensures at least three flight or ground activities per week.

Program Training Hours

Private Pilot Certification Course

Dual Flight Cessna 172/152      

Solo Flight Cessna 172/152 

Dual ATD (Redbird MCX/TD)

Flight Academics

Flight Briefing 

Hours

35    

10 

2.5

20

20

Commercial Pilot Certification Course

Dual Flight Cessna 172/DA-40 w/G1000     

Solo Flight Cessna 172/152 

Flight Academics

Flight Briefing 

Hours

65    

55 

30

30

Flight Instructor Certification Course

Dual Flight Cessna 172/152     

Flight Academics

Flight Briefing 

Hours

25

10

10

Tuition

Total tuition for the career pilot program(flight instructor course included) is estimated to be $54,000. It is estimated based on the FAR Part 141 minimum requirements and average hours of a frequently flying student. Actual cost may vary depends on student performance. 

Next Step?

What's the next step after getting your commercial license? You can pursue advanced training like CFI, CFII, MEI and get a guaranteed flight instructor positon at Sky Safety and build time quickly!

Instrument Rating Course

Dual Flight DA-40 w/ G1000   

Dual ATD (Redbird MCX/TD)   

Flight Academics

Flight Briefing 

Hours

28    

20

20

Commercial Multi-Engine Add-on Course

Dual Flight PA 34/23     

Flight Academics

Flight Briefing 

Hours

20

10

10

Ground School Courses

Private Ground School    

Instrument Ground School 

Commercial Ground School

Hours

42    

42 

42

Additional Costs

Besides flight training portion, additional costs may include pilot supplies(headset, books, etc.), ground school cost($595 each course at Sky Safety), FAA medical exam, FAA written test and FAA practical exam fees. 

Let's Get Started!

Flying isn’t a difficult skill to learn. It takes passion and dedication to makes this dream a reality. Contact us and get more information with an admissions specialist.