Isn't flight training expensive?

Yes. I won't lie to you and say it isn't. I'm also not going to guarantee a specific cost for the flight training I provide. As I describe here, the cost of training is variable and it depends very much on each individual. There are ways you can minimize your cost and I will definitely help you do that. At the same time, the reality is flight training is a real investment in yourself for a whole world of new experiences and opportunities.


You are not spending this money to eventually, maybe, someday, fly.

From the very first flight lesson you are flying the airplane!

If you've always wanted to fly an airplane every single flight lesson gives you that experience. You don't have to wait until you earn your pilot certificate to fly. You fly on day one. Think about it. When you earn your pilot certificate you won't be starting to fly that day. You will have built up at least 40 hours of flight experience and the knowledge to back it up. You will have flown, by yourself, for a minimum of 10 hours and two cross country flights.

So yes, flight training is expensive. But you won't be spending that money sitting in a classroom waiting to fly someday. You will be spending that money flying and building your skills. What could be better than that?