Why Choose AirLink Flight School

Why Choose AirLink Flight School

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So, you have decided you want to become a pilot, and you’re researching flight schools. Great news, you are already on the right path to success. Your next step is choosing the best flight school for you. Whether you want to become a pilot who flies for business or you’re simply looking for the initial thrill of flying itself, AirLink Flight School has got you covered in helping you earn your Private Pilot’s License.

People come from all over the world to attend a flight school in Florida- why? Simply because Florida weather offers an outstanding amount of “flyable hours” – they don’t call Florida the sunshine state for nothing! So, what makes AirLink Flight School one of the best Florida Flight Schools? AirLink Flight School is an FAA Part 141 Certified School as well as a SEVIS Certified Flight School. Our professional and extensive training offers both Flight and Ground lessons, all training materials, the successful passing of the FAA knowledge exam, and final preparation for your check ride with our FAA examiner.

Here at AirLink Flight School, we have some of the most experienced and dedicated instructors to ensure the best aviation education. We also offer the opportunity to learn in both conventional steam gauge and aircraft with a G1000 Glass Cockpit, all while learning at your own pace.

Our Courses

Here at AirLink Flight School, we offer a variety of flight programs to best fit your needs as well as your schedule. Best of all, you can work at your own pace to complete your programs and can earn your Private Pilot’s License in just 13 days.

Part 61 Private Pilot Program:
Are you interested in becoming a private jet pilot? This course offers a 30-hour dual instruction, 10-hour solo flight, 10-hour pre/post-flight instruction, and finally, a 1.5-hour check ride. All for a total of $6,725.

Instrument Rating:
If you complete your private pilot program and receive your certificate, you can add on your instrument rating. The completion of the course overall makes you a much safer pilot. In this course, you complete your training in our Diamond DA-40 aircraft. This course offers a 15-hour dual instruction, 15-hour pre/post-flight instruction, and a 1.5-hour check ride for a total of $4,537.

Commercial Rating:
If you choose to complete your commercial rating, we offer a 10 hour DA-40 G1000 (TAA), 10-hour piper warrior, 10-hour pre/post-flight instruction, and once again, a 1.5-hour check ride all for a total of $4,665.

Maybe you’re not interested in becoming a private pilot, and you want to learn more
about our Commercial Pilot Program. This accelerated program is used by Flight Schools and Airlines around the globe. This program combines structured procedures with one-on-one personalized training and gives students the ability to complete their program in just 13 days, even without prior experience or knowledge. Although this is a fast-paced program, it is overall the best option to save you time and money.

The requirements for this program are as follows:

  • You must be 17 years of age
  • You must be enrolled in AirLink’s Commercial Pilot Program
  • FAA 2nd Class Medical

The details of the course entail:

  • Private Pilot 50 hours
  • Instrument Rating/Time Building 100 hours
  • Commercial Pilot 50 hours
  • Multi-Engine Rating 15 hours

The overall training for this course will last between six to 12 months.

Now that you understand the basics of the courses AirLink Flight School has to offer, are you ready to begin your pilot journey? We have two locations, one of them located in the sunshine state of Florida and the other located in Maine.