Discovery Flight

Discovery Flight

For one hour, you can be a pilot. You will learn how airplanes fly, conduct a pre-flight, and actually take the controls of the aircraft under the guidance of a certified flight instructor. If you would like an introduction into flight training or looking for a special gift, a flight over Miami is a place to start.

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Miami, Florida

flymax  is a flight school authorised by the FAA under Part 61. Our school is located just 30 miles north of Miami at Pompano Beach Airport (KPMP), Florida, USA. Florida’s weather makes it possible to fly year-round, where you can expect nearly 320 flying days, which makes building hours towards your pilot’s license quick and enjoyable and just a matter of your determination towards your goal, whether it a seat of an airliner, a corporate jet or a private airplane.

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Private Pilot
License

FAA Private Pilot License (PPL) is a certificate that allows you to fly any aircraft in visual meteorological conditions (VMC) as pilot-in-command (PIC) for non-commercial operations and carry several passengers. Additionally, you can add ratings to your license, such as the instrument or multi-engine ratings.
PPL is the first step towards becoming a professional pilot and designed for people without previous flight experience.

Course Entry Requirements

  • To be at least 17 years old
  • To hold at least 3rd Class Medical
  • To be proficient in the English language

HOURS RATE INSTRUCTION PRICE
- - Jeppesen PPL Pack $410
- - FAA Written Test Fee $160
30 210 Dual Flight Piper PA-28 $6600
10 160 Solo Flight Piper PA-28 $1600
30 50 Flight Briefing $1500
- - FAA Checkride $760
Total Price:  11 030$

Training Overview

Ground Training

This is where you learn flight and aircraft operation procedures, as well as aeronautical knowledge. It can be done simultaneously during your flight training. Ground school will be completed as part of your training in combination with your own self-paced, home-study using online programs. We offer hybrid program that combine self-study with classroom training.

Flight Training

This is the flying part of your flight training , where you’ll perform takeoffs, landings and performance maneuvers. You will handle radio communications and put your knowledge of airport operations, ground reference and emergency procedures into practice. Flight lessons and ground lessons often occur concurrently, which enables you to apply your ground school knowledge in the aircraft.
In order to obtain PPL under Part 61 you’ll have to complete minimum requirements. In order to obtain PPL under Part 61 you’ll have to complete minimum requirements

  • 40 hours of total flight time
  • 20 hours of dual flight with instructor, including day and night cross country of more than 100nm
  • 10 hours of solo flight, including local and cross country over 150nm

Final Exams

Then comes the day for the checkride.
The final step towards obtaining your license or rating is the checkride, which will be taken at the end of all the training and consist of an oral and practical exam. You’ll probably sweat a bit, but getting that license to fly is totally worth it.

Instrument rating
License

FAA Instrument Rating (IR) is a qualification that extends the privileges of PPL and allows to operate an aircraft in clouds and different weather conditions, according to Instrument Flight Rules (IFR). It is the most common and logical step to take after gaining some experience while flying with a PPL. Once you complete your Instrument Rating training, you will get IR qualification added to your PPL.

Course Entry Requirements

  • To hold a PPL
  • To hold at least 3rd Class Medical
  • To be proficient in the English language

HOURS RATE INSTRUCTION PRICE
- - Jeppesen IR Pack $290
- - FAA Written Test Fee $160
40 210 Dual Flight Piper PA-28 $8400
40 50 Flight Briefing $2000
- - FAA Checkride $760
Total Price:  11 610$

Training Overview

Ground Training

This is where you learn flight and aircraft operation together with instrument procedures and regulations. It can be done simultaneously during your flight training. Ground school will be completed as part of your training in combination with your own self-paced, home-study using online programs. We offer hybrid program that combine self-study with classroom training.

Flight Training

This is the flying part of your flight training , where you will fly IFR, performing instrument takeoffs, VOR/NDB tracking and intercepting , holdings, instrument approaches, missed approaches and landings as well as radio communications and put your knowledge of airport operations, regulations and emergency procedures into practice. Flight lessons and ground lessons often occur concurrently, which enables you to apply your ground school knowledge in the aircraft.In order to obtain IR under Part 61 you’ll have to complete minimum requirements

  • 40 hours total instrument time (actual or simulated)
  • 15 hours of dual flight with CFII
  • 50 hours of cross-country as PIC

Final Exams

Then comes the day for the checkride.
The final step towards obtaining your license or rating is the checkride, which will be taken at the end of all the training and consist of an oral and practical exam. You’ll probably sweat a bit, but getting that license to fly is totally worth it.

Commercial Pilot
License

FAA Commercial Pilot License permits the holder to fly for remuneration and act as co-pilot (First Officer) in commercial air transportation or as a PIC for non-commercial operations as acting PIC for commercial operations require Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL). The Commercial Pilot License training is usually one of the last steps in becoming a professional pilot.

Course Entry Requirements

  • To hold a PPL
  • To hold at least 3rd Class Medical
  • To be proficient in the English language

HOURS RATE INSTRUCTION PRICE
- - Jeppesen Сomm Pack $160
- - FAA Written Test Fee $160
10 210 Dual Flight Piper PA-28 $2100
10 230 Dual Flight Piper PA-28R $2300
150 160 Solo Flight Piper PA-28 $24000
10 50 Flight Briefing $500
- - Commercial Pilot Licence  SEL $51860
Total Price:  29 220$

Training Overview

Ground Training

This is where you learn flight and complex aircraft operation procedures as well as aeronautical and high altitude operation knowledge. Ground school will be completed as part of your training in combination with your own self-paced, home-study using online programs. We offer hybrid program that combine self-study with classroom training.

Flight Training

This is the flying part of your flight training , where you will perform performance maneuvers, ground reference maneuvers, stalls, unusual flight attitudes, performance takeoffs and landings and emergency procedures. Flight lessons and ground lessons often occur concurrently, which enables you to apply your ground school knowledge in the aircraft. In order to obtain CPL under Part 61 you’ll have to complete minimum requirements

  • 250 hours of flight time
  • 100 hours of pilot-in-command time
  • 50 hours of cross-country time
  • 20 hours of dual flight training, including 10 hours of instrument, 10 hours of complex or TAA, and day/night cross-country 100nm
  • 10 hours of solo flight time, including a 300 nm cross-country and 5 hours of night flight with 10 takeoffs and landings to a full stop at an airport with an operating control tower

Final Exams

Then comes the day for the checkride.
The final step towards obtaining your license or rating is the checkride, which will be taken at the end of all the training and consist of an oral and practical exam. You’ll probably sweat a bit, but getting that license to fly is totally worth it.

Multi-Engine
Land

FAA Multi-Engine Land (MEL) rating allows you to operate as pilot in command of an aircraft with more than one engine. Multiengine rated pilots are trained to handle the increase in speed, power and rate of ascent that these aircraft provide. Whether operating a twin-engine piston aircraft, turboprop, or jet, a multiengine rating will create more opportunities for you to build your flying hours and your career potential. While a multi-engine rating can be added to a private pilot certificate, in most cases it makes more sense to wait until a pilot has a commercial pilot certificate and instrument rating as this will save the pilot a substantial amount of money in the long run.

HOURS RATE INSTRUCTION PRICE
10 270 Dual Flight Piper PA-44 $2700
5 50 Flight Briefing $250
- - FAA Checkride $870
Total Price:  3 820$

Training Overview

Ground Training

This is where you learn multi-engine specifics including aircraft systems, principles of flight (normal and single-engine), aerodynamics, weight & balance and operation procedures. The objective of the course is to learn the differences between the single and the multi-engine airplane.

Ground school will be completed as part of your training in combination with your own self-paced, home-study materials.

Flight Training

This is the flying part of your multi-engine training , where you will perform performance maneuvers, stalls, Vmc Demo, unusual flight attitudes, performance takeoffs and landings, emergency procedures. Flight lessons and ground lessons often occur concurrently, which enables you to apply your ground school knowledge in the aircraft.

Final Exams

There are no minimum time requirements for the multi-engine land rating, however you will need an instructor endorsement for flight and ground training prior to taking the check ride. There is no written exam, only an oral exam and practical check ride are required.

Certified Flight
Instructor

FAA Certified Flight Instructor (CFI-A), Certified Flight Instrument Instructor (CFII) and Multi-Engine Instructor (MEI) licenses will allow you to train future aspiring pilots. With CFI-A you will be able to teach students towards their PPL and CPL and with CFII you will get them to fly IFR towards their IR, while MEI will make them fly on multi-engine airplanes. These qualifications provide you with excellent experience as PIC and as a professional pilot you will be able to help aspiring aviators to conquer the sky.

Time Building

Our Hour building programs offers 20, 50, 100, 200, 300 , 500 & 1000 hours of shared or solo time building shared or solo time building. Time building blocks let pilots save on flying by getting a fixed block of hours which are much more discounted compare to renting an aircraft hourly. United States offers incredible aviation infrastructure with unlimited cross-country possibilities, where you can indulge yourselves with beautiful views and enjoy Florida which makes possible to fly all year round and have fun in Sunshine State.

About US

Making the decision to become a pilot is an exciting move. For many it is a childhood dream, for some a conscious decision. Whether it is for You, together We share a passion for Aviation. We have been through all the hardships of becoming professional pilots and can share our knowledge and experience with You. We are Boeing 737 airline pilots and some time ago we had to take on a journey that You are about to take and we know how to make it enjoyable, fun and as cost effective as possible. Most importantly, teaching people to fly is our passion and we are here to share it with You to conquer the sky.

Benefits

Cost savings

We provide individual approach to students which in combination with our experience makes it possible to achieve a license or a rating at or close to regulatory hourly minimums, therefore significantly reducing the cost of the course. We have been there and our goal is to provide affordable flight training to aspiring aviators.

FAA Approved

FAA Approved Part 61 Flight School

By pilots for pilots

We know exactly what it takes to become a pilot and can make your way to the right seat of an airliner much easier and faster

Individual Approach

We offer individual training approach and customized training schedule for your convenience

Contacts We are located here

Address

1111 NE 10th Street, Pompano Beach, FL
+1(305)517-7717

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