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First Step In Aviation

Private Pilot License (PPL)

         The Private Pilot Certificate (PPL) is the first stop into the world of aviation. It is similar to earning  your Driver’s license. As a private pilot you can fly an airplane and carry passengers (friends, family, co-workers, etc) but not for compensation or hire. The private pilot certificate is the first step for those interested in a career in aviation. In here, Sky Safety offers you a well-organized, comprehensive, yet flexible training program that is safe, fun, and structured to help you achieve your goals.

Enrollment Requirement

1. Student minimum age requirement is 17 years old.

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

Private Pilot Certification Course

Dual Flight Diamond DA40/Cessna 172      

Solo Flight Diamond DA40/Cessna 172 

Dual ATD (Redbird MCX/TD)

Flight Academics

Flight Briefing 







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

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

Private Ground School

        Ground school is an essential part of flight training and students are required to pass FAA written exam to obtain their private pilot licenses. At Sky Safety, we offer three types of private ground schools to accommodate student's different learning styles, which allows you to choose from a traditional classroom style study, completely online study or hybrid ground school.           

Tuition and Additional Costs

Training tuition of private pilot course is around $12,900, which is estimated based on an ambitious, full-time student using Cessna 172 aircraft. Besides flight training portion, additional costs may include pilot supplies(headset, books, etc.) and exams. Please prepare $900-$1500 for these additional items. Please also keep in mind that the flight training cost is estimated based on 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 private license? Get your instrument rating and be able to fly under most weather conditions!

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 from Sky Safety.

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