Frequently Asked Questions
We have different priced packages depending on the training you need. You will know upfront exactly what the cost will be without any hidden fees. You never pay extra for services you do not require. We also offer financing options to cover the cost of your training.
Proof of your permanent residency (not a PO Box). Acceptable documents include utility bills, driver’s license, or other official document addressed to you.
A passport is required for all non – resident, non – US citizen along with a government issued ID with your picture on it.
A passport and resident alien card is required for all resident – aliens.
An unexpired passport, original birth certificate, and a valid government issued picture ID or immigration papers are required for all US Citizens.
An official Score Report is required if you have already taken an FAA Knowledge Exam.
A pilot log book is required for pilots who are training for an advanced rating or re-currency training.
An Airmen Medical Certificate is required if you have already received one. If not, give us a call and we’ll take care of that for you too!
Of course! We have numerous resources to work with, depending on your individual needs. There is always a way to work that part out, and we are happy to walk you through every step of the way. Please feel free to call us for assistance, or you can start by visiting our financing resource page here.
Everything you do in life comes with risks, but we have taken extraordinary measures to mitigate those and provide you with the safest experience possible. Statistically speaking, you are far safer in an aircraft than an automobile. Our aircraft are rigorously maintained and inspected. Our instructors are hand picked, highly trained, and adhere to strict aviation safety guidelines. We take pride in our operations, so every effort is made to keep all of our assets in clean, working order. We have our own in-house maintenance department, so down-time is minimized, and issues can be addressed immediately.
Amazing! Our campus spans across the entire West side of Myrtle Beach International Airport. You will be training within the daily operations of the largest General Aviation conglomerate in the State of South Carolina. We have tons of great restaurants, movie theaters, shops and entertainment within walking distance of the school facilities. Google “Market Common Myrtle Beach” to see what the immediate area has to offer our visitors. We also have quite a few full or part time employment opportunities available to students if they are looking to make a few extra bucks while attending flight school with us.
If you are in reasonable good health you should have no issues whatsoever in becoming a pilot. A pilot medical certificate from an Aviation Medical Examiner (AME) is required by the FAA prior to earring a pilot’s certificate (with the exception of a Sport Pilot Certificate).
If you are a student seeking a Sport Pilot Certificate or are already have a Sport Pilot Certificate , you do not need a medical certificate if you have no known medical conditions which may be hazardous while flying and/or you have never been denied an FAA medical certificate before. The only thing that is required is a state issued driver’s license.
No medical certificate is needed until you are ready to fly solo (without an instructor). You are required to have at least a third-class medical certificate if you are a Student, Recreational, or Private Pilot. A second-class medical certificate is recommended if you are planning to make a career out of flying. A First Class medical certificate will be required if/when do decide to fly for the airlines.