Are you ready to become a pilot but don’t want to wait months or years? Are you from another country or state where weather, fuel costs, and availability make it difficult and expensive to get your license in a timely manner? If this sounds like you, then accelerated flight training is for you!
With us you’ll fly 2-3 hours per day with a dedicated aircraft and instructor. Stay at a local hotels and leave a pilot, ready to fly.
Both accelerated flight training and self-paced flight instruction are great options and choosing which path to take will set the pace of the timeframe in which you’ll achieve your flying goals. Advantages to accelerated training are:
Alliance can take a student from zero experience to Private Pilot in as little as 40 days, assuming the student arrives at Alliance having already passed their written exam. Flying with an instructor twice per day, and studying coursework each evening, rapid progress can be made through the Private Pilot course.
Alliance’s Private Pilot package is 55 hours of aircraft and instructor time. The FAA requires a minimum of 40 hours of flight experience prior to taking the flight test. It is rare for a candidate to present a for flight test in the minimum time. The average on an accelerated course is 50 hours. A flight test usually takes 1.5 hours. After completing the course, pilots are encouraged to use the remaining paid aircraft rental hours to build experience and solidify their flying skills.
Our Accelerated Instrument Flight Training Rating Program is an intensive 7-day course that when you’re finished, you’ll have gained solid experience in the real world of IFR. This course is intended for those serious about adding an instrument rating to their private certificate, and want to get it done fast and efficiently. This course assumes the student has a private pilot’s certificate and 50 hours of PIC cross country time, including at least 25 hours of simulated or actual instrument time. If more time is needed, the student will pay for the normal rental of the aircraft beyond the 15 hours.
The 7-day Instrument rating Program is no guarantee of an instrument rating as some people may find that they require more than the minimum times required by the FAA. With our highly skilled instructors and our proprietary training program we will help you to finish in a minimum amount of time.