Learning to fly is a lot easier than you might think. You don't have to become a commercial or military pilot to fly, you
can be part of general aviation.
Today there are thousands of people just like you learning to fly. They come from all walks of life and have a
variety of reasons for wanting to be a pilot. Some fly to expand business opportunities, others to explore careers
in the aviation industry. Some are looking for an activity they can share with their friends and family.
Whatever your reason, there are just a few basic requirements you will have to meet in order to fly solo. Flying is a freedom
well-regulated for safety and security but abundant in options and benefits.
Call us at (812) 825-7979, or stop by the office to arrange an introductory flight.
starts at $88 per
hour and instruction is $35 per hour. Our CFIIs (Certified Flight Instructor - Instrument) have thousands of hours of
flight and instruction time in a wide variety of airplanes from tail draggers to corporate jets and even hot air baloons and helicopters.
To view the requirements to earn your pilot license just click on the links above for the level of license that
you are interested in.
||Those who want to receive flight training and are not US citizens or nationals must participate in the Transportation Security
Administration's Alien Flight Student Program. You can visit flightschoolcandidates.gov
or contact BMG Jet Center for more information.