The Private Pilot Certificate forms the basic foundation towards your professional career. This certificate gives you to privilege to fly anywhere in the United States in a single-engine airplane under visual flight conditions and carry your friends and family members as passengers.
Our ground class curriculum will help you pass both FAA knowledge test and Checkride.
40 Hours of airplane Dual Flight Time
Pass the checkride
Genesis offers you total 50 hours of flight time and 20 hours of Ground class with the down payment of only $9999.00. This fee guarantees the accomplishment of your requirements for private pilot license.
Prices are subject to change without notice.
*The instrument rating is the stepping stone towards the professional flying career and is known to be one of the most challenging ratings to get. The instrument rating gives you privilege to fly in clouds or fly without any ground reference. Instrument training is designed to understand those disorientating feelings, tuning them out, and focusing on your cockpit instruments in order to fly safely in low visibility.
Our proficient instructors will not only assist you in achieving your dreams but also train you according to the airlines standards.
40 hours of dual flight time.
Pass the knowledge
Complete the minimum requirements
Pass the Checkride
Finally, earning this certificate gives you the privilege to get paid for flying or earn any type of compensation for carrying passengers or property. We here at Genesis ensures that you get the best professional training in order to achieve the standards set by FAA in all areas and also our instructors and staff is dedicated to educate you so that you have superior knowledge and insights into the airplane, weather, the FAA’s rules and regulations, and operations within the National Airspace System.
Remember, as a commercial pilot you will be evaluated on the basis of the advanced knowledge as well as your ability to smoothly and precisely control the airplane throughout a variety of maneuvers designed to push the airplane to its limits while maintaining orientation to your surroundings both inside and outside of the aircraft.
- Log at least 250 hours of flight time as a pilot.
- 20 hours of flight training from an authorized instructor (CFI)
- Pass a Knowledge (written) Test
- Pass a Practical (flight) Test